A 1.5km walk from the Villa Jovis, down Via Tiberio and Via Matermània, is the Arco Naturale, a huge rock arch formed by the pounding sea.
Grotta di Matermània
This giant natural cave was used by the Romans as a nymphaeum (shrine to the water nymph). You can still see traces of the mosaic wall...
Among all the long-established Capri restaurants, it's fun to see a new venture with a rosy future. East of Capri Town and with...
Via Arco Naturale 13 · interesting places nearby
Le Grottelle information
This is a great place to impress someone – not so much for the food, which is decent enough (simple pasta dishes followed by grilled fish, chicken or rabbit), but for the dramatic setting. About 150m from the Arco Naturale, it’s got two dining areas: one set in a cave, the other on a terrace above a steep wooded hillside.