Visiting Capri from Ischia

Take advantage of your holiday on Ischia to visit some of the most beautiful sights in the Bay of Naples, including the island of Capri.

Visiting Capri from Ischia

Direct ferries between Capri and Ischia run from the beginning of April to mid-October, and there are a number of departures from Ischia to Capri in the morning, and vice versa in the afternoon. We suggest taking the earliest ferry in the morning to make the most of your time on the island, keeping in mind that during high season, Capri is very crowded and there are long lines to board the funicular and buses, so it may take awhile to get around.

In July and August, it's a good idea to book your ferry ticket and boat tour of Capri in advance.
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A One-Day Itinerary to Visit Capri from Ischia

As soon as you arrive on the island, we recommend taking a boat tour of Capri that passes beneath the Faraglioni and stops at the entrance to the Blue Grotto, if you would like to visit. Group tours depart from piers 0 and 21 and cost EUR 17/person. Otherwise, you can book a private gozzo boat tour with skipper for about EUR 150 for two hours.

Tickets to enter the Blue Grotto are not included in any boat tours, and cost EUR 14/person. The grotto may close depending upon the sea and wind conditions, and the wait to enter is sometimes more than an hour in high season.

After a tour of the island, you can take the funicular up to the top of the cliff and visit Capri town, including the Piazzetta, Gardens of Augustus, Via Camerelle, and Via Tragara. From the center of Capri town, catch the bus to Anacapri where the chairlift takes you up to the top of Mount Solaro. You'll be able to spot Ischia from the peak! If you still have time, stroll through Anacapri and visit Villa San Michele before heading back to Capri's port for the return ferry.