The beautiful Isle of Capri, famed as a classy and beautiful holiday destination, is located just off the Amalfi Coast at the mouth of the Gulf of Naples facing the breath of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Its innumerable sea caverns, rugged terrain of terraces and precipices, the unspoilt beauty of Monte Solaro, all enhance the enchantment that this Isle has upon everybody who visits it. Capri in fact has been sought out by numerous writers and scholars. Of the many men of letters from various countries who came to this Tyrrhenian island in search of inspiration for their great works of literature. This Island once had no natural ports and was only accessible by a small beach, but in time the two Marina Ports were built, the "Marina Grande" and the "Marina Piccola". The first one was firstly built on the western coast with Roman Origins, today lies more towards the east and docks the daily ferry boats and hydrofoils coming from other resorts as well as yachts and most beautiful sailing boats especially during summer months. The second port instead originated as a group of coral fisherman's houses dominating two small beaches made of gravel near an old docking bay with Roman origins. Since the '30s it developed thanks to the attention it drew by sea tourism.