WALKING | HIKING | CAPRI
Be careful and strict custodians of the territory of Capri.
Do not allow anyone to light fires, to damage nature and to leave waste.
The environment in which we live is too precious a commodity to allow it to be damaged.
Take one of the numerous public footpaths, which the large majority of tourists will only see from their boat trips around the island. Some of these paths are very steep and you may need to walk up and down long stairs. The map you can buy for a small fee at the main tourist office in the harbor shows most of the footpaths.
Visit the parks: https://www.capridiem.net/parks-on-capri
Nearly the entire perimeter of the island is accessible for hiking. Few people, except local fishers and hunters, take advantage of these beautiful nature trails. Several abandoned forts are found along one of the paths and there are trails and paved descents that can take you all the way to the water's edge. This is a great way to explore the natural beauty of the island when the day tripping tourists flood the more populous regions of the island. Bring plenty of water and comfortable shoes if you do hike, you may be a long distance from the nearest road or bus stop.
Support the environment, make a donation to a non-profit Capri association