CAPRI HELICOPTER TOURS

FIVE AMAZING EXCURSIONS TO EXPLORE CAPRI AND ITS SURROUNDING AREA FROM ON HIGH

Capri, elected residence of more than one Roman emperor and obligatory port of call for
travelers participating in the Grand Tour, famous refuge of writers and poets, steeped in natural
and historic wonders… You can discover from on high all secrets of this wonderful island and its surrounding area.

DETAILS

We have created five excursions with which to explore the island and the surrounding area from on high, all of which depart from the heliport of Damecuta in Anacapri. The flights last for approx 50 minutes and a maximum of 4 passengers per flight are allowed:
Tour of Capri: Admire the treasures of the island from above, flying over the ancient imperial residences of Damecuta and Villa Jovis, the Faraglioni rocks, the Natural Arch, and the impressive bulk of Monte Solaro.
Vesuvius and surroundings: Treat yourself to the emotion of flying over the gaping mouth of Vesuvius and of seeing the towns of Pompei and Herculaneum from on high. A tour which departs from Capri, passes over Sorrento, and accompanies you within a stone’s throw of the crater’s edge.
Bay of Naples: Take off from the heliport of Damecuta in Anacapri for a truly unique excursion: flying over the Bay of Naples and the islands of Capri, Procida and Ischia. A route which offers you more than a fleeting glance of the city of Naples and the magnificent Mount Vesuvius.
Capri and the Amalfi Coast: At Capri but wanting to pop over to the Amalfi Coast to get a glimpse of some of Italy’s most famous sea edge towns? We have created an excursion flying over the picturesque fishing villages of Positano and Amalfi, the city of Salerno, and Paestum, town famous for its ancient Greek temples.
The Sorrentine Peninsula: An itinerary discovering the ancient splendors of the Campania region, with departure from Capri and flight over Sorrento and the archaeological sites of Pompei and Herculaneum. The highlight of the trip is, without doubt, Caserta, and the sight of the Royal Palace, realized by the architect Luigi Vanvitelli in 1751 for King Charles III of Spain, from on high.

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