Capri is an island in the Bay of Naples, located in the Tyrrhenian Sea, famous for its natural beauty, soft weather, exclusive hotels, and active commerce that makes it perfect for shopping. Capri is one of those small places that can be visited in a short time but that offers many things to see and do, that's why it is considered today as one of the most demanded and visited tourist destinations in Italy.
The biggest attraction of Capri is the Blue Grotto, a small cave with a strong blue color in the water that is reflected even in the walls and ceiling of this idyllic place. There is a legend that says the Blue Grotto was home of the Emperor Tiberius' ghost, which is why the fishermen of the area avoided going in there, until a local fisherman showed the place to the German painter August Kopisch, and from there it became the most famous cave in Capri. How beautiful it is!
One of the most beautiful things about the island is that it is full of legends and magical worlds to discover. According to one of the legends, mermaids are also part of this mythological and fantastic place. The locals still say that the mermaids, with their sweet song and their attractive female forms, enchanted sailors, leading them to their ruin and leaving their boats immobilized on the reefs.