Torre di Materita
Chiesa di San Michele
If you appreciate the colour, intricate patterns and historical tradition of antique majolica tiles, check out this stunning church. The...
The striking Moroccan-style ‘Red House’ was built by an American colonel, John Clay MacKown, in 1876. Constructed around a 16th-century...
It’s not that flashy but the position of the delightful Caffè Michelangelo, on a street flanked by tasteful shops and near two lovely...
La Rondinella has a relaxed, rural feel and remains one of Anacapri’s most consistently good restaurants; apparently Graham Greene had a...
Lonely Planet review
Rising above Punta Carena, Capri’s rugged southwesterly point, is the faro , Italy’s second-tallest and most powerful lighthouse. The rocks nearby are a great place to swim in the summer with lots of rocks to dive (safely) from and clear turquoise water.
If this sounds like something you’d take the plunge and do, then hop on the bus that runs from the centre of Anacapri every 20 minutes to the faro in summer (if you are a real chill seeker, it runs every 40 minutes in winter).