Pierre & Vacances Villa Igea

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Fuorlovado 36, 80073, Italy
Hotel 'A Pazziella
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 11% higher than other 4 star hotels

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  • Couples80
  • Solo100
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Entrance to Blue Grotto - not by boat!Entrance to Blue Grotto - not by boat!

The classic altarThe classic altar

The gardens beneathThe gardens beneath

Building a better mouse trapBuilding a better mouse trap

Forum Posts

Lots of Capri, Sorrento, Amalfi Coast questions!

by hazelandantony

I have a number of questions on visiting Sorrento, Capri and the Amalfi coast and it would be great if someone could answer any of them.

We (my husband and myself, both aged 30) have never visited before and wonder how long should we stay on Capri to do justice to it? It seems quite small, and I have no idea how long we should stay. Would we see everything in half a day, a day, 2 days, I just don’t know?

We were thinking of maybe spending 1 or 2 nights before moving on to Sorrento. Is that too long or not long enough?

Visiting the rest of the Amalfi Coast;

Is Sorrento the best place to be based in order to visit resorts along the Amalfi coast (ie, Positano, Ravello, Amalfi etc) or would we be able to see these 3 resorts in one day (returning to Sorrento at night) or would be better advised to stay in a hotel in one of these resorts?

Thanks

Hazel and Antony

Re: Lots of Capri, Sorrento, Amalfi Coast questions!

by xymmot

Make Sorrento your base and you can take day trips to all the other destination. Sorrento is central to Amalfi coast and a boat ride away from Capri. You can take the Sita bus on a day pass down the coast. Sorrento by itself has all the romance restaurants and food you want, I just came back from all of those destination this past summer. I will try to put up a Sorrento and the Amalfi coast page later today


cheers tommy x

cheers Tommy x

Travel Tips for Capri

Fishing boats in Marina Grande

by pili

This is the view that you can see when you arrive by ship. The Marina Grande is full of fishing boats. At that place all the ships with tourits arrive. The tour boats leaves from there to the Blue Grotto.-

Esta es la vista que se observa desde el barco. La Marina Grande está llena de barcos de pesca, anclados cerca de la orilla o colocadas encima de la arena. A ese lugar llegan y de allí parten los barcos con turistas, como así los barcos que efectuan los tours a las grutas o a los farallones.-

Matromania indeed, getting to Arco Naturale

by iandsmith

I couldn't get enough of walking on Capri. It mattered little where I chose to stride, my expectations were always exceeded. The second morning I chose the Arco Naturale as my goal. It seemed hardly any time at all before I was there. This rock had a significant impact on me. I hadn't discovered in my research that it even existed. Faraglioni, Blue Grotto and Anacapri were the things to do yet here I found the most spectacular formation on Capri, followed closely by the massive cave above Marina Piccola.
Just getting there was a bit special, the route meandering through the eastern alleys out of Capri, passing by restaurants and expensive villas (the only kind on Capri) before breaking free at Arco Naturale and then rapidly descending (pic 3) on Via Matromania to a different type of scenery.
I returned to our accommodation to pick Rosemarie up and we then proceeded to do the whole walk together.

The Locals Way To The Beach

by Clocky

Despite the Via Krupp being officially shut for many years, you can easily do as the locals do and slip round the gate to make your way to pretty much the only public beach on the island at Marina Piccola.

Bus

by Willettsworld

Capri runs good bus links between:

Capri - Anacapri - Capri
Capri - Marina Grande - Capri
Capri - Damecuta - Capri
Marina Grande - Anacapri - Marina Grande
Marina Piccola - Anacapri - Marina Piccola.
Anacapri - Grotta Azzurra - Anacapri
Anacapri - Faro Punta Carena - Anacapri

A one way ticket costs € 1,30, a 60 min ticket costs € 2,10 and an all day unlimited ticket costs € 6,70. Hold on tight as the roads are very narrow and twisty. The main bus station in Capri town is just a couple minutes walk down Via Roma from Piazza Umberto.

The Blue Grotto

by kenmerk

I suppose this would fall into the "Must See Tourist Trap" category, if there is such a thing...

The blue grotto is a small cave along the coastline of Capri, where the natural light reflected by the water bathe the cave in a blue hue.

To get here you must hire one boat to take you out to the cave, another boat to take you into the cave, then a higly encourage tip for the boatsman. (lest you swim with the fish...xxxxx)

It is an interesting adventure, though, especially watching the the boatman trying to time the waves just right as he enters the cave at high tide...

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Address: Via Fuorlovado 36, 80073, Italy