Marina Grande Beach is perhaps the easiest to reach and therefore much more suitable for families with children. Despite being on one side of the port, it has one of the cleanest and most crystalline waters, being right in front of the Gulf of Naples and therefore more subject to currents. Accessible by funicular, the bus service runs every 15 minutes or on foot, it also has access for the disabled. The sun shines all day until 6pm from June to mid-September, then the days will gradually shorten.
Also on the same side of Marina Grande is this small beach similar to a small bay. This is also perfect for children for shallow and crystalline waters. It can be reached either by boat, with the service of the Bagni di Tiberio establishment next to the ticket offices at the port, or on foot, after the church of San Costanzo in Marina Grande, taking the path where the famous Da Paolino restaurant is also located.
In Anacapri, in the Grotta Azzurra area, there is this pleasant basin. Not suitable for children because it consists of rocks and rocks, despite the possibility of ladders for a more gradual access. The water is very clean and has repeatedly taken advantage of the Blue Flag award. It can be reached from the center of Anacapri with the Grotta Azzurra bus service which leaves from Piazzetta Pace (Cemetery).
On the western side of the island, however, is this fantastic basin, home to the second most important lighthouse in Italy. Here too the location is not very suitable for children, as it is rocky, but much loved by children and adults, as the sun lasts all day until sunset. Do not miss an aperitif in one of the two bars present, you will be breathless in front of this scenario. Reachable from the center of Anacapri, from the Piazzetta Pace (Cemetery) stop with the Faro bus line.
On the southern side of the island there are two other small public beaches, divided by the famous rock of the sirens. It will be like a dream to swim under the watchful eye of the Faraglioni. This bathing place is also suitable for children, given the waters that are not immediately deep. It is advisable to get off before rush hour, as the sun goes away early even in the height of summer. Reachable either on foot, with a pleasant walk up the steps of via Mulo, or by bus service running every 15 minutes. A tip, in the busiest months, would be to go up after 5.30 pm despite the sun has gone down, to avoid the crowds both on buses and taxis.