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Welcome to the Capri Project

Places to Eat

Villa Margherita                                                                                                                                                     

Villa Margherita is owned and lovingly operated by Pietro & his wife Paola along with their two children. Their families date back generations in Capri and both were born and raised here giving them a true understanding of how to capture the essence that is authentic to Capri. Step away from the hustle + bustle of your day here to sit back, relax and enjoy a fabulous meal under the olive trees in Villa Margherita's magical garden overlooking the sea.

 

Add'o Riccio                                                                                                                                                  

Located on a cliff along from the Blue Grotto, Add'ò Riccio offers fabulous views. The fish and seafood is very fresh, so try the linguine frutti di mare. Open for lunch from March to October, and also for dinner Thu-Sun from June to September.

https://www.summerinitaly.com/guide/restaurant-add-o-riccio

Ristorante Buca di Bacco                                                                                                                                 

Situated on the ruins of the Greek walls in the heart of the old town centre, da Serafina is a good place to eat grilled fish without breaking the bank. The restaurant also has an extensive wine list. Open Thu-Tue. 

https://www.capri.com/en/c/buca-di-bacco-3

Da Paolino                                                                                                                                                             

Da Paolino is a traditional Caprese restaurant set within a picturesque lemon grove. Dishes not be missed include the grilled mozzarella between lemon leaves, the lemon chicken and dinner wouldn’t be complete without an icy-cold shot of homemade limoncello.

https://paolinocapri.com/en/

La Capannina

Highly recommended restaurant, located just 100 meters from Piazzetta di Capri. Waiters in pink waistcoats serve up superb ravioli Capresi and spaghetti alle vongole. The wine list contains more than 200 Italian and international wines. 

https://www.capanninacapri.it/ 

Things to do....

Anacapri 

Anacapri, home to the Capri Palace Hotel, sits majestically above the village of Capri on Monte Cappello, some 500 metres above the sea level. Go here to experience the amazing lidos, or to visit Villa San Michele. The chairlift from Anacapri up to Monte Solaro takes 12 minutes and provides you with breathtaking views of the island.

Lido Del Faro 

The lido was wrecked by a storm a few years after it was built in 1973. After a complete renovation, it became one of the most exclusive places to bathe. The restaurant serves delicious Capri-style fish and seafood. 
lidofaro.com

Villa San Michele 

The former home of Swedish author and physician Axel Munthe has been turned into a museum. The museum has a number of classical Roman and Egyptian objects, a garden with many interesting Mediterranean plants and a nature reserve for the protection of migrating birds. The villa also functions as a guest house for Swedes who come to the island for cultural studies.
sanmichele.org

Certosa Di San Giacomo

A semi-abandoned medieval monastery set behind a lemon grove, Marina Piccola, Villa Jovis and the Gardens of Augustus. The buildings are now the home of a museum, exhibiting many of the large Roman statues rescued from the seabed in the Blue Grotto in 1964. The walls are decorated with religious frescos and bas-reliefs.