A walk dedicated to archeology to discover the reasons that led the Romans to prefer the Isle of Capri as a residential place and control. You will be picked up wherever you prefer, you will reach Villa Jovis on Mount Tiberio, (40 min. approx. walking uphill) which dominates the Sorrentine Peninsula and the Gulf of Naples and Salerno. Villa Jovis is the most important of the imperial villas built in the first century. A.D. and was the residence of the emperor Tiberius who ruled here from the Roman Empire between 27 and 37d.C. Along the way there will be stops with the stories linked to the various historic houses belonged to wacky characters who enriched the history of the island.
-We recommend proper shoes to go hiking.