Sig Costanzo Ponticorvo
Le Ginestre is a small, family run bed and breakfast, where quiet and tranquillity reign. Situated along the street for the Migliera Viewpoint, in the Anacaprese countryside, a few minutes from the famous Lighthouse and Blue Grotto beach.
From the terrace you can enjoy a splendid panoramic view of the Gulf of Naples, from Ischia to Vesuvius, and at sunset, you are treated to a beautiful show of color. The rooms are welcoming, furnished whit simplicity and taste. Each room is air conditioned. The courtesy with which you are welcomed will amaze you. You will arrive as a guest, and leave as a friend!
Discover The Blue Island
Arco Naturale - Grotta di Matermania - Pizzolungo - Tragara
This bold Arch is what remains of a large grotto that penetrated the mountain. The waves of the sea extended its aperture and washed away its debris.
Anacapri: Damecuta - Blue Grotto
From the Piazza of Anacapri, on a road that passes Via Pagliaro and the windmill and winds through orchards and vineyards, you will reach the entrance to the excavations of Damecuta, another of Tiberius villas, and the Blue Grotto (1 hour on foot, 15 minutes by car).
Anacapri: Punta Carena and Faro (Lighthouse)
A seaside resort and landing place, this picturesque inlet situated to the west of the island, is set in a typically Mediterranean landscape.
Anacapri: La Migliera
The current road retraces the ancient route of the Roman road which from Capodimonte, the limit of the Graeco-Roman staircase, crossed the higher part of the territory of Anacapri to reach the Belvedere overhanging the Tuoro and Limmo creeks.
Anacapri: Mount Solaro - Cetrella - Villa San Michele
Anacapri is situated on the high part of the island and is connected to Capri by a beautiful panoramic road (40 minutes on foot, 10 minutes by auto) which offers an unforgettable view of the Gulf of Naples, from the Sorrentine Peninsula to the island of Ischia.
Blue grotto and tour around the island
The round trip of the island by boat starts from Marina Grande, from the small jetty crossing the harbour wharf. Travelling west, we flank the beach of Marina Grande and of Bagni di Tiberio. The next stretch of coastline consist of the high calcareous cliff with fissures and grottoes covered by lush, indigenous vegetation. After passing Punta Gradola, we reach the Blue Grotto.
Capri: Belvedere Cannone
The French placed a cannon in the strategic location of this plateau in 1808 to defend the island's southern sector. In the 20th century, and during the period of residence of the numerous colony of German painters who stopped here to paint, it was known as Malerplatte (Painters'Square).
Capri: The Gardens of Augustus - Via Krupp - Certosa - Tragara
The Gardens of Augustus are only few minutes' walk from the Piazzetta, near the Via Krupp, the road which was the idea of A. F. Krupp, the German steel industrialist, who ?for this end- purchased the Fondo Certosa? (Certosa Estate), on a part of which rise the Gardens.
Villa Jovis - Mount Tiberio
Villa Jovis is the largest of the twelve Roman villas mentioned by Tacitus in the Annals. It was from here that Tiberius decreed the fate of the Empire from 27 to 37 A.D.
Anacapri: Mount Solaro - Chairlift
The station of the chairlift is situated in Anacapri, in Caposcuro street, near Piazza Vittoria. By chairlift (in 20 mins.) is possible to reach the highest point of the island Mount Solaro (1932 feet).
Anacapri: Capri in Miniature
The Capri reproduced in miniature form by the artist Sergio Rubino reveals all of the island's natural beauty whilst at the same time depicting the most salient moments of history, leading the visitor on a fascinating journey through the past.
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This page was last updated: 25 May 2010