• Location: Sorrento, Italy
  • Duration: 8 hours (approx.)
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See the colorful island of Capri on this day trip from Sorrento. Take in the breeze of the Mediterranean as you cruise over to the island in a jet boat. Soak up some free time to explore the hilltop village of Anacapri independently, before heading over to the chic town of Capri with your guide. Enjoy a 1-hour walking tour, then opt to see the Blue Grotto or Faraglioni rock formations on your own. Your trip will conclude with transportation back to Sorrento.


  • Capri day trip from Sorrento
  • Cruise to the island of Capri in a jet boat
  • Visit the hilltop village of Anacapri, home to Villa San Michele
  • Tour the chic, whitewashed town of Capri
  • See the Faraglioni rock formations and Blue Grotto, if you wish
  • Learn about the sights from a guide and enjoy free time to explore on your own

What You Can Expect

Capri and Anacapri Day Tour from Sorrento

Walk around the beautiful streets of Capri with your guide

Begin your day trip at the Marina Piccola (Sorrento Port), where your guide will meet you. Hop aboard a jet boat and cruise across the blue waters of the Mediterranean. Arrive at the island of Capri and head first to the village of Anacapri by minibus.

Take a walking tour of the area, and then enjoy some free time to visit Villa San Michele (own expense). Built on the ruins of an ancient chapel, the views from this popular spot are unbeatable.

Afterward, take a scenic drive to the town of Capri, known for its designer shopping, whitewashed buildings and bustling little streets. Follow your guide on a 1-hour walking tour to learn more about the area's history, then take off on your own to purchase lunch or continue exploring. Opt to see the Blue Grotto (own expense) and the famed Faraglioni rock formations on a smaller boat ride, or stick around town to check out the heavenly spread of shops and cafes.

After a day of island life, conclude with transportation back to Sorrento.


Customer Reviews

James C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

This tour was well worth the cost. The views from anacaori where breathtaking.
The boat tour to the grottos is a must do.

Dawn S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

This tour was amazing!

Jasmine A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

Josifine was amazing, great information! Highly recommend the lift to the top of Ana Capri, takes about 20 minutes each way. In the winter months all the good shops of Capri were closed, but there are no crowds.

Paula A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

We spent 14 days in Italy, and this tour was my favorite of all the tours we took. It must be the most beautiful island and water I have ever seen. Our guide Vincente was very knowledgeable and personable. If I ever get to return to Italy, I would definitely go to Capri again.

Michael C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

Superb trip and thanks to our guide Vincenzo whose commentary was great. Sea levels were such that we could not get to visit the blue grotto but the boat trip around the island was the real highlight.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

To not do a boat tour around the island you will miss the best part of Capri!

Frank R United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

This was a very enjoyable tour. Our guide Vincenzo was fantastic! Be aware that the advertised cruise over to the island in a jet boat is misleading. The jet boat is a high speed public ferry teaming with passengers. Otherwise, the tour was well worth it. We arrived at Capri and was shuttled up to Anacapri where we had about one hour including a brief walking tour. We rode the chairlift about 15 minutes to the top of Monte Solaro, the highest peak on the island. What an incredible view! Then back down to Capri town for a quick lunch 14 Euros each as part of the tour. A short guided walking tour around Capri town, and then a one hour boat ride around the island 15 Euros each. We saw the White Grotto, Green Grotto and Blue Grotto did not include entering, and the Faraglioni rocks. We had a spectacular ride and crew! Town was jammed packed with tourists. If we were to go again, we would probably pick a month in late fall or early spring to avoid the crowds.

Graham H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

Our tour Vencenzo was a remarkable informative guide with a loverly sense of humour most enjoyable day

Maryann B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

Trip was incredible. Combining tickets for ferry and Anacapri made it easier for first time there. Only thing that would have made it better would have been a little more time in Anacapri because the cable ride line was so long that we could not see Anacapri and also have that experience


5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

The day before we were due to travel the forecast was quite grim but luckily Frank the hotel receptionist at Hotel Minerva came to our rescue.I had been trying to contact the agent but ,it would appear, was using the wrong code.Frank kindly contacted the company and they not only offered an alternative day but offered to pick us up at the hotel thus saving us 15 Euros in taxi fares.
The day of travel was glorious and our guide Paolo was very well organised.
It is quite a short trip to Capri by boat but we stopped along the way to view the Blue Grotto_closed to entry because of heavy rains the day before and the Faraglioni rocks.
On arrival we headed to Anacapri by bus.After a brief tour we had time to ourselves and having been to the island before we used the opportunity to visit a couple of less familiar places like the tiny church and catholic cemetery. If you wish to visit Gracie Fields grave this is NOT the cemetery to visit. She is buried in the protestant cemetery nearer the town of Capri.
I would recommend that you take the opportunity whilst in Anacapri to take the chairlift to the highest peak in Capri,the views are truly amazing.
A short walk back to the bus and down to the main town for lunch and more sightseeing.
Capri town was heaving with tourists,perhaps because the day before had been inclement,if not the volume of tourists has increased considerably since our last visit four years ago.
Despite the influx of tourists Capri still has that magical quality and really is a must visit place.
Thanks to Paolo having an arrangement with a local restaurant we had a three course meal including a glass of wine for 12 euros each
and the cost of the boatride around the island well worth takingwas very reasonable.
An excellent trip that I would highly recommend.

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