If you fancy some good honest island cooking served within spitting distance of the sea, you'll want to join the locals dining on the water edge terraces of Capri's Bagni di Tiberio restaurant.
Considering its sea edge location, it is hardly surprising if Bagni di Tiberio's menus are dominated by fish and seafood specialties. The restaurant's excellent maritime cuisine is complimented by a superb selection of local and regional wines.
In the immediate vicinity of the restaurant there is a small landing wharf, for those arriving by boat, and the historic Bagni di Tiberio bathing establishment, this latter with private pebble beach, solarium and a snack bar serving light lunches and salads.
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 »
A leisurely 15 minute walk is all that lies between the port of Marina Grande and the terraces of Bagni di Tiberio. Clients can reach the restaurant on foot or by boat. Boats to the restaurant and bathing establishment depart from the small jetty just behind the ticket offices in Marina Grande.