The bathing establishment and restaurant 'Torre Saracena', with view of the Faraglioni di Capri, is situated in a dreamlike setting, in the heart of the picturesque bay of Marina Piccola.
Run by Giovanni di 'Pennaulo' and his wife Raffaela, with the assistance of Gemma and Giovanni, the property has remained largely unaltered since 1906 and the years immediately following the war, when it reached its maximum splendour.
Guests dining at the Torre Saracena's restaurant enjoy classical Mediterranean cuisine, prepared using ingredients of only the highest quality. The menu, featuring the finest fish and seafood, includes a great number of specialities from the centuries-old Island culinary tradition. Since the 1970's, the family's talented chèf Domenico Guarracino, has been creating dishes which find the perfect balance of tradition and innovation.
Torre Saracena, with its enchanting position, offers an idyllic venue for banquets, receptions, gala events and private parties.
The restaurant is open for lunch every day of the week, from April to October. Torre Saracena is also open on Saturday evenings, by reservation only.
I don’t know what I can say more to everything what have been said. Just pay fee for the port and have nice meal more »
Horrible place, made for people who doesn’t want to pay mooring fee. Be careful check you bill before paying, adding extras and when you ask them to check they r not even surprised. Very dirty... more »
the place has a service for tender boat, has been very responsive, we try a couple of dish and of course “delizia al limone”the cake 🎂 nice terrace spot more »
Piazzetta, served by the local bus service for Marina Piccola, "Torre Saracena" stop, or taxi. Alternatively, guests can reach the Torre Saracena by foot, strolling along one of the most enchanting itineraries of the island of Capri: the famous Via Krupp.
Weather permitting, for their return journey to Capri, the establishment provides a boat service transporting guests from the "Torre Saracena" to the Scoglio delle Sirene in Marina Piccola.