Chiesa di Santo Stefano
Piazza Umberto I
Located beneath the clock tower and framed by see-and-be-seen cafes, this showy, open-air salon is central to your Capri experience,...
Museo Cerio harbours a library of books and journals about the island (mostly in Italian) and a collection of locally found fossils.
Climb the clock-tower steps to the right of the tourist office and your reward is this lofty local hang-out where fabulous wine meets a...
Ideal for a quick fill-up, this popular and down-to-earth snack bar does a roaring trade in savoury and sweet treats, including...
Piazza Umberto I · interesting places nearby
Chiesa di Santo Stefano information
Overlooking Piazza Umberto I, this baroque 17th-century church boasts a well-preserved marble floor (taken from Villa Jovis) and a statue of San Costanzo, Capri’s patron saint. Note the pair of languidly reclining patricians in the chapel to the south of the main altar, who seem to mirror some of the mildly debauched folk in the cafes outside. Beside the northern chapel is a reliquary with a saintly bone that reputedly saved Capri from the plague in the 19th century.