Torre Saracena Capri
Torre Saracena Capri
Torre Saracena is a secluded cove nestling in the bay of Marina Piccola on the Southern side of the island of Capri. This tiny inlet provides the enchanting setting for the Restaurant Torre Saracena, and the Torre Saracena bathing establishment.
From the terraces above the beach, the restaurant enjoys a splendid view of Capri's famous Faraglioni. Since 1906, when the restaurant opened its doors to the first clients, Torre Saracena has always received resounding acclaim for its wonderfully fresh fish and crustacians, plucked direct from the restaurant's fish tank.
Like his predecessors, today's chef, Domenico Guarracinio, continues to draw his inspiration from the local culinary traditions, creating irresistible dishes to be accompanied by the restaurant's excellent selection of regional and national wines. Aperitifs, cocktails, salads, and the legendary Torta Caprese, are served on the terrace of the American Bar.
By day, but also during the warm summer evenings, the Restaurant Torre Saracena, the beach, and the terraces of the bathing resort, provide the perfect venues where to host an important banquet or social gathering. The dream location, together with meticulous attention to detail, from the choice of menus and table decoration to the organisation of guests' arrival by boat, guarantee the success of events hosted at Torre Saracena.
Torre Saracena's beach is an idyllic place where to relax in the sunshine and take a dip in the warm waters of Capri. Customers arriving with their own boat and wishing to moor in the bay, will receive the assistance of an expert sailor.
Torre Saracena is an attractive cove in the bay of Marina Piccola, overlooking Capri's majestic Faraglioni. The restaurant and bathing establishment Torre Saracena are located directly on the beach. From the Piazzetta and the center of Capri, Torre Saracena is easily reached by bus or taxi, or on foot along either Via Krupp or Via Mulo. From the little wharf of Marina Piccola, a boat transports guests across the water to Torre Saracena.