This is a spot for "get on get off" the ferries ONLY! Take the funicular to the main town of Capri or bus up to Anacapri, but this port is nothing but a trap of crappy vendors selling over priced souvenirs and bad food. it is packed with thousands of people to the point you can hardly move. Everything is... 更多
Marina Grande is the main port, here on the Capri Island and is located to the north of the major town of island. Naturally we arrived in this port on the board of the ferry as the others and instantly were amazed at the very beautiful sight of this Marina, encompassed by two narrow arms or quays. While commercial travelers... 更多
With the exception of those travellng to the island by helicopter, all visitors coming to Capri arrive by boat, in Marina Grande. End of story. Any other marina on Capri may be nice for other reasons but, if travelers need to know where they are arriving ... this is it. As an aside, Sorrento travelers depart from Marina Piccola (small... 更多
Like many reviews, this is basically a busy port, and point of entry for all who visit Capri. Without the transport aspects, it would be a charming and scenic location, but the constant stream of tourists and transport dominate the scene, and it all looks a bit chaotic. As we found generally around the area, information signs for tourists are... 更多
busy and manic during August season. once you get away from the marina, life calms down. The funicular entrance is here too so all the tourists off on day trips are queued here. however some great little shops down the side streets and the meet up point for boat tours
Capri seems to be run by individuals like taxi drivers, bus companies,etc. The best managed organisation seems to be the ferry services which deliver the THOUSANDS of tourists here each day. Sure the scenes are beautiful but it is very hard to get to them with poor bus services and expensive taxis. I understand that they probably only work 4... 更多
It's a very busy port you'll most likely arrive at coming to the island. Also where you can get boat tours around the island. Lots of restaurants and tourist shops. You can take the funicular, €1.80, up to the town of Capri. You'll usually have to wait a bit in line, though. Took us about 25 minutes.
Very busy port with lots to see although can be very crowded. A range of shops and restaurants but many are expensive. Lots of cafes and restaurants advertise offers, particularly for food, but drinks often are the hidden cost. A great place to window shop and people watch.
On the marina there a numerous shops and restaurants. The shops have nice collection of linen clothes. Here in the marina you can rent boats or book your excursions.