It is located at the top of Capri Island, with cliffs on one side and sea water on the other. It has a very beautiful scenery. The garden platform overlooks the entire sea. Sitting on a bench listening to the sound of waves hitting the rocks is a real pleasure!
A scenic spot on Capri Island with a strong European style. Capri Island, where you can see the beautiful scenery, has a luxury street, and eat good food, is my favorite place in this trip to Italy.
At the end of the hilltop town of Capri, there is the Augustine Garden. You can enter the visit with a 1 euro ticket. This can be said to be the most beautiful sea view platform on Capri. The left side is the lover’s stone and the right side is the cliff. Such a view is beautiful.
Very beautiful! Tickets cost 1 Euro in peak season, which is not expensive and worthwhile. It's not very far from the square, about a 10-minute walk.
The hilltop town has a good view point, the Augustine Garden. We walked up the street and came to the gate of Augustine Garden. Adults pay 1 Euro and children are free. Standing by the fence of the garden, you can see the blue water and the volcano in the distance. From the steps next to the garden, you can go down to the beach to play, but it is estimated that it will take a long time and we did not go down.
This is a free site, and even if it was paid, it is a must. For me, this is the best view in Capri! At least, in the early afternoon! Beautiful gardens, as well, but the views is what stands out.
Beautiful park with incredible views. The park is free to get into and worth visiting. There are benches to relax on or take a stroll. It’s not very big.
Go here if you’re not into the whole cave touristy thing. Definitely worth the walk. The views are amazing.
The gardens are at the end of a path, 10 minutes walk from the main square and well worth the visit (there’s a great granita vendor along the route too!). Free entry which was a surprise as I’d seen s...
A beautiful garden with incredible views and amazing photo opportunities. Free to access and well worth the short walk to get there.