The most notable of the Italian islands off Naples is Capri. Located in the heart of the Bay of Naples, Capri's upscale reputation is well-deserved and consistently maintained, and it continues to be the Italian island of choice for the world's 1%. This is evident through the boutique and jewellery stores, high-end restaurants and luxury hilltop villas. But there's more to Capri than glitz and glamour. It's also a place of absolute beauty, where the turquoise coast is dotted with sea arches, grottoes and sea stacks. Inland, green-covered mountains dominate the landscape. It's also famous for its incredible scent; a heady combination of limoncello, rosemary plants and aromas coming from the historic Carthusia perfumery. The island's earliest pleasure seekers, the Romans, built a series of expansive villas on the island, perfect for a spot of sight-seeing between the shopping, sea and sand.