Museo Cerio harbours a library of books and journals about the island (mostly in Italian) and a collection of locally found fossils.
Chiesa di Santo Stefano
Overlooking Piazza Umberto I, this baroque 17th-century church boasts a well-preserved marble floor (taken from Villa Jovis) and a...
Grab a table on the outside terrace to discreetly check out the classy crowd in the piazza below. Choose from an excellent selection of...
Tucked away in a corner, this place has a traditional trattoria atmosphere, with small rooms, tiled pictures and walls lined with...
Lonely Planet review
Named after and housed in a 2000-year-old Roman cistern, this unpretentious trattoria is a perennial favourite. Owned by the larger-than-life Salvatore, whose memorable picture adorns the bottles of house wine, it’s good for traditional dishes like pasta with beans, veal cutlets and wood-fired pizzas.