- Hours: Lunch 12pm - 3pm | Dinner 7pm - 12am
- Weekly closing: Monday (from May 16th open daily)
- Closing period: from 3 January 2022 to 31 March 2022
- Via Lo Palazzo, 1 - Capri
Dine like a Roman emperor
- The atmosphere of an ancient Roman villa on Capri
- Dinner on the terrace overlooking the Bay of Naples
- The traditional flavors of the Mediterranean
Villa Jovis was the famously sumptuous island villa of the Roman emperor Tiberius when he resided on Capri, and today the on the site of the elegant imperial residence the Villa Jovis restaurant welcomes visitors with excellent Italian cuisine served among the Roman-inspired decor of arches, columns, mosaics, paintings, and amphoras for a truly ancient atmophere.
Be Transported Back to Ancient Rome
The main dining room at Villa Jovis is on two levels, and is unforgettably unique! The decor is inspired by ancient Rome, and is perfect for an elegant dinner for two or an evening out with friends or family.
On warm summer nights, dinner is served on the outdoor terrace, so guests can sample the best local dishes while gazing out over the stunning view of the Bay of Naples reflecting the moon over the water.
The terrace at the Villa Jovis restaurant is ideal for a sunset cocktail against the backdrop of the twinkling lights of the coastline along the Bay of Naples.
Discover Mediterranean Flavors
The Villa Jovis restaurant specializes in southern Italian cuisine, and offers an ample menu featuring classic traditional dishes alongside island specialties like ravioli capresi and caprese salad...all followed by a refreshing glas of local Limoncello liqueur.
Fresh fish and seafood is served each day, and there is an ample wine list to pair your meal with the best labels in Italy.
Villa Jovis is a unique and unforgettable restaurant on Capri with a sea view which is easy to find, given it has two separate entrances:
From Capri town's famous Piazzetta, you can reach the restaurant by walking just a few meters past the taxi and bus stop to Via Roma n.36.
Otherwise, from the same Piazzetta, take the stairs at the base of the clock tower down to Via Lo Palazzo n.1 and you'll find yourself transported to the captivating atmosphere of ancient Rome!