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On one of the most beautiful stretches of the island's coastline, with a magnificent view of the Bay of Naples, and only a short walk or boat ride away from Marina Grande, Bagni di Tiberio is, arguably, Capris most popular bathing establishment.
In the vicinity of the ruins of Emperor Augustuss ancient seaside villa, Bagni di Tiberios pebble beach is suitable for holidaymakers of all ages, who, from early in the morning until late afternoon can be found swimming in the crystal clear sea or simply relaxing in the sunshine by the waters edge.
On the establishments wooden platforms there are beach cabins and a snack bar, the latter serving a selection of refreshing drinks, summer salads and tasty Mediterranean appetizers.
Sea, beach, relax and internet: at Bagni di Tiberio Wi-fi is free!
Rent a boat from Bagni Tiberio: hop aboard one of the island's traditional gozzo boats, and sail around the island of Capri and along the Amalfi Coast
Within steps of the beach, Bagni di Tiberios restaurant is the ideal choice for those eager to savor the islands traditional cuisine. Menus feature all of Capris best known fish and pasta dishes and the wines produced in the local vineyards.
We stayed 3 days to enjoy some quite and peaceful time away from the crowd in the Capri's August peak season. Daniela runs the place very efficiently and the whole crew does a great job. Very... more »
We had a private boat tour of the Amalfi Coast with a swing round Capri. Our captain asked if we wanted to eat at a nice seaside restaurant. A launch takes you from your boat to the restaurant dock... more »
We took a private boat from Sorrento to Capri and discovered that we would have to pay a €50 landing fee in Capri. The skipper explained that we could visit this restaurant and take their boat to... more »
The beach of Bagni di Tiberio is a pleasant, 10 minute stroll from Marina Grande, Capris main port and fishing district. Holidaymakers unwilling to walk can sail to the bathing establishment aboard one of the islands characteristic gozzo fishing boats which regularly depart from the small wharf close to the ticket offices of the major hydrofoil companies.