|Location:||Southeastern corner of Capri island.|
|Classification:||Natural Bridge sea cave|
|Accessibility:||depends on boat|
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The Faraglioni are a series of steep rocky islands in the southeast of Capri. The most impressive sight is located in a small island located off the southeast tip of the island. There is a natural bridge which is the remains of a sea cave and crosses the island completely. To reach this cave it is necessary to charter a boat. This place is also a stop on each round trip around the island. Small boats are able to cruise through the natural arc.