Snaking its way along the island’s oft-overlooked western coast, the Sentiero dei Fortini (Path of the Small Forts) is a wonderful if somewhat arduous walk that takes you from Punta dell’Arcera near the Grotta Azzurra in the north to Punta Carena at the island’s southwestern tip, where it is possible to go for a refreshing swim.

Named after the three coastal forts (Pino, Mèsola and Orrico) along the way, it passes through some of Capri’s most unspoilt countryside. Give yourself three hours to complete the 5.2km walk and carry plenty of water.