Once in Capri the first place you come to is the worldly square with the luxurious Via Camerelle
and the narrow alleys historians as Via Le Botteghe and Via Longano which lead both to Villa Jovis ,
principal residence of the emperor Tiberius, is to 'Bow Natural'.
If desired, a descent leads to the prehistoric Cave Matermania .
Close to the Piazzetta the Gardens of Augustus look over the Bay of Marina Piccola and overhang Via Krupp , completely carved into the rock, which is named after the king of German steel that built it to access privately from his villa in Marina Piccola.
Two minutes is the fourteenth San Giacomo Charterhouse, the church with frescoes of the '600 and the adjacent room with the permanent exhibition of paintings of the Romantic painter Diefenbach.
Continuing continue for Pizzolungo passing by Villa Malaparte, until you get to the legendary Faraglioni.
Romantic walk, especially in the evenings of the full moon, is one that comes to Belvedere Tragara with its benches that overlook the very near Faraglioni.
For a trip into prehistory, in front of the ex Cathedral of St. Stephen, the Museum Ignazio Cerio counts over 20,000 natural and archaeological finds of Capri and various parts of the world.