@erasmus_watch You say Capri... and you think Faraglioni...
A wonderful view of this natural monument from the gardens of Augustus.
The "Faraglioni", symbol of Capri, are three imposing rocky peaks immersed in the blue waters of the island, and each has a name:
Faraglione of Terra (or Saetta) is the only one still connected to the mainland and the highest (109 mt.);
Faraglione of Mezzo (or Stella), 81 meters high, in the center has a natural tunnel 60 meters long that can be crossed by boat;
Faraglione of Fuori (or Scopolo), is the most external and 104 meters high, on it lives the very rare blue lizard.
The name "Faraglione" derives from the Greek "pharos" which means lighthouse, probably because in ancient times on the summit fires were used as signals for sailors.
The legend associates the "Faraglioni" with the boulders hurled by Polifemo, narred by Omero, while for Virgilio, in the Aeneid, they are the reign of the sirens that with their song fascinated the sailors.