Museums and monuments

Certosa di San Giacomo

Just as Villa Jovis from the height of Mount Tiberius expresses and sums up Capri's imperial period, the Certosa, sunk with its extended buildings within the narrow valley between the Castiglione and the...

Villa Lysis

Villa Lysis, also know as Villa Fersen, is a detached residence in a wonderful garden surrounded by climbing plants and cypresses not far from the ruins of Villa Jovis. It was built by the French Count...

Palazzo Cerio and the Centro Caprense Ignazio Cerio

The area before the ex Cathedral of S. Stephen took its name, in the medieval, of "Great Houses", for the residential complex of Counts Arcucci. It includes: Villa Cerio that, after being...

Cimitero Acattolico

The Acatholic Cemetery in Capri, created in 1878 with the support of Cerio, provides precious evidence for the reconstruction of the history over the last one hundred years on the island of Capri, at that...

Villa San Michele and the Axel Munthe Museum

St. Michael is a Swedish cultural institution with its headquarters on the isle of Capri and, further to the Villa St. Michael it also includes a museum surrounded by a garden of rare beauty, a group...

Casa Rossa

This brightly coloured house was built between 1876 and 1898 by American colonel J. C. MacKowen. It surrounds the Aragonese Tower built by the people of Anacapri in the second half of the 14th century...

Castello Barbarossa

This romantic and enchanting castle, the ruins of which rise over the cliffs to the north-east of Anacapri amidst a gentle Mediterranean maquis, owes its name to the most fearful invasion suffered by the...


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