The small church sits on the final part of the Scala Fenicia and is also referred to as "the sailors' church" because years ago they used to stop during their long days working at sea to watch over the area.
It is an eighteenth-century building, where there had been a room used as a shelter with a picture of the saint.
The inside has a square hall covered with an sail arch and a vestibule with barrel vaults.
If one admires it from the top, with the sea as a backdrop, its multiform architecture and the bell tower, with its winding walls around the ledge, it is possible to recognise the similarity to a typical rural house loggia, from where it was defended during the French occupation.

How to get there
From Anacapri, Piazza Vittoria, take Viale Axel Munthe and the first part of the Scala Fenicia that meets up with Via Provinciale Anacapri (20 mins.).