Anacapri is a comune on the island of Capri, in the Metropolitan City of Naples, Italy. The Ancient Greek prefix ana- means "up" or "above", signifying that Anacapri is located at a higher elevation on the island than Capri (about 150 m higher on average). Administratively, it has a separate status from the city of Capri. The most significant site in the village is the Villa San Michele.
Things to do in Anacapri
4.5 based on 996 reviews
We had the most exquisite meal in this cozy, lamplit, beautiful place! Adorable staff, fantastic wine (try the barbetta!) Even the ride up in the free shuttle was gorgeous. We chose to walk back down because we were full and happy, and the night was too pretty. We'll be back!
4.5 based on 562 reviews
We loved this place! The sunset from here is to die for. Get there early for pictures. You will love it! The food was phenomenal. We also loved the free pick-up and drop-off shuttle service provided by the restaurant which is helpful considering the pricey taxi rates. Service was excellent! This was one of our best dinners on the island.
4.5 based on 941 reviews
Lovely food prepared and served by lovely people! Excellent! There is also a short beautiful hike nearby. Not to be missed !
4 based on 732 reviews
Recommended by our guide we weren't disappointed. WE had lunch here and I'd eat either early or late as it gets quite crowded. The pizza and the pasta were all nice portions, made fresh and were very tasty, very authentic for the region.
The service was good and we weren't rushed.
4.5 based on 445 reviews
The "free beach" is very nice, extra small hence overcrowded.... The bathing establishment has numerous chaises longues, very packed, but of extremely difficult access. You are always told that the best place are booked hence you are always relegated to uncomfortable positions, away from the sea and, even worse, VERY HOT places.... To be avoided ! For the price that you pay, there are MUCH better place in Capri....If you are forced there: go to the free beach !
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Guests are welcomed by Vincenzo and his wife Brunella, who, for decades, have been running this gem of a 4 star hotel. From the moment they enter the reception lobby, guests know they have chosen the perfect place in which to experience the timeless charm of Capri. The panoramic views of the Marina Piccola Bay, the piercing blue Mediterranean sky, the dramatic coastline dominated by Monte Solaro, pervade the hotel through immense floor-to-ceiling windows. The delicate colors of the interiors, adorned with exquisite hand painted ceramics, provide a stunning contrast with the intense colors of the sun drenched land and seascapes: the undisputed protagonists of any holiday at Villa Brunella.
Our meals were each fantastic, but the best part of dining here is most definitely the views. We ate lunch here and I had some of the best gnocchi I've ever tasted. It's a bit on the expensive side, but it was worth every penny...MoreDear jlc0403, I thank you very much for your review and very glad that you enjoy your lunch. I hope to see you soon again at our restaurant. Regards Gianni Grandini
4.5 based on 112 reviews
Dining on this Terrace is an experience you'll remember for as long as you live<br><br>Suspended between the sea and sky, a Terrace, a table for two and a view of the Bay of Naples, Mount Vesuvius and the Sorrentine Peninsula you'll never forget.<br>Welcome to La Terrazza di Lucullo, Hotel Caesar Augustus' restaurant.<br><br>From the vegetables grown in the kitchen garden to the fish delivered direct to the hotel by the island's fishermen each morning, only the freshest of locally-sourced ingredients are used to create Caesar Augustus' highly acclaimed regional cuisine.<br>Then there are Capri's wonderfully succulent lemons, the pasta made in nearby Gragnano, and our homemade bread, freshly baked each morning... we adopted the philosophy of cooking using only the products of our land, long before the term "zero kilometer cuisine" was invented.<br>Simplicity, quality and passion are the secrets of our chef Eduardo Vuolo's success. Volo, whose creative interpretation of traditional island dishes has left many a gastronomic critic speechless, heads a team of young Italian cooks all of whom, after working worldwide, have returned to their home region of Campania.
This restaurant has many faces and both the indoor and the outdoor dining are truly spectacular. The indoor dining is build in the cliff overlooking the marina di Capri and the golfo di napoli. The outdoor dining with several very charming and romantic individual settings is overlooking a spectacular sun set with Ischia view. The setting the ambience and the outstanding friendliness of the staff alone would be worthwhile dining at this place. The food however is topping every expectation especially if you are into fresh fish made in the classical way on the grill or "aqua pazza". All vegetables and herbs come from the restaurants own garden in front of the cliff and you taste that it's "bio". The ensemble of the hotel and this restaurant make this place unrivaled in the world!
4 based on 604 reviews
How on earth anyone has considered giving this a 'terrible' review is beyond me?! Madness! This is a beautiful, unique gem of a restaurent.
The tables are nicely laid out and set below a beautiful canopy of twirling tree branches that cascade down the sides and the area is lit nicely. Bearing in mind you cannot really get a bad meal in Capri, this restaurent still really stood out as one of our favousites. So much so, we came back on our final evening because we loved it so much.
The staff are friendly and attentive. The food and drink were top quality. The price was good.
4.5 based on 879 reviews
Would like to do a review on this place as it deserves some......adorable, food smelled wonderful! Barbecue chicken
We dined here on our first night as one of the recommendations of our hotel.
We had pizza and grilled baby squid. Delicious!
We returned again tonight. More baby squid (they're so good, I can't go past them) and seafood risotto for my partner this time.
Excellent bread - made by the restaurant.
Complimentary limoncello at the end.
Both nights we sat at an outside table in the lane. There are also inside tables and an outside garden - where most locals appear to prefer to dine.
We'd probably be back again - except we are leaving tomorrow.
Great service - attentive and yet not fussy.
4 based on 177 reviews
This was a pleasant find at the arrival point for the Mont Solero chairlift, at Piazzetta Vittoria in Anacapri. There were some high priced touristy restaurants around the square. However by walking a short distance up the first street slightly uphill we came to Al Buco on the left.. Eating is indoors. It is a small restaurant with a full menu. The service is quick and friendly. The three of us only wanted a light lunch. So we split one lunch. They brought three plates. We had bread, salad, penne with tomato sauce, water and ice cream for 14 Euros. It was exactly what we had in mind. I highly recommend this restaurant.
We came here for a quick easy lunch while exploring Anacapri and were hugely disappointed. The fish was clearly a frozen fillet that was microwaved in front of us, the potato sad and soggy. Even more disappointing was the microwaved, re-warmed pizza. Unfortunately we got the last old pizza do the group behind is had fresh wood fired pizzas made.
Avoid at all costs!
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