Celebrated for its rugged landscape, vibrant greenery and colourful houses that layer the steep cliff sides, Capri has been a famous luxury holiday destination for centuries. Even the Roman Emperor Tiberius made this beautiful island his go-to home. Today, Capri enjoys the company of the rich and famous, but you can still see Tiberius's villa, Villa Jovis, one of the region's most spectacular historical attraction. There are few roads and cars throughout the island and every place you'll visit emanates a secluded air. There are only two principle towns, Capri and Anacapri, adding to the magic of the area. Anacapri is on a high plateau on the slopes of Mount Solaro, and is connected to its sister-town via ancient stone steps, known as the Phoenician Steps. Meanwhile, Capri Town is the hub of the island, and is connected to the lavish port, Marina Grand. Drink espresso at the renowned little square of Piazza Umberto I. Explore exclusive designer stores and world class jewellers. Sample fine dining with famous Capri Rosso and Bianco wines and enjoy a digestif of local made Limoncello. Take time on one of Capri's many idyllic beaches, and swim in azure waters beneath impressive rock formations like Faraglioni. And discover the reason why Capri is one of Italy's most vaunted destinations.