This charming, panoramic road leads to the eponymous Belvedere and the Faraglioni lower down. Memories of the Greek colonisation survive in the placename, which means “goats’ enclosure or pen”.
Today’s Villa La Certosella marked the start of the impressive Roman residential complex, the only surviving part of which is the marble floor which was re-assembled in the Chapel of the Rosario in St. Stephen’s Cathedral in 1892.

How to reach
From Piazza Umberto I, on foot, passing along via V. Emanuele and Via Camerelle (20 mins.).