Hotel Relais Maresca

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Provenciale le Marina Grande, 284, , Capri, 80073, Italy
Hotel Relais Maresca
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 22% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families92
  • Couples85
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

lemon drops

by bea12

i was recently in a lemoncello shop in anacapri that also sold lemon drops and i cannot remember the name of the shop. i would like to purchase more of these delicious lemon drops. can you recommend a store that sells these?

Re: lemon drops

by leics

I suspect you mean this shop:

Here's their website in English;

There is a contact email form on the site that you could use, or just email

Travel Tips for Capri

Funiculare Offseason Closures

by wilocrek

During the offseason many of the stores, hotels, as well as the funiculare are temporarily closed. I was in Capri in Feb. 2008 and the funiculare was basically closed until the high season. Plan on catching the orange buses from Marina Grande, they run every 15 minutes.

Capri, as in the town

by iandsmith

At first, walking down the main street, Capri only partially endeared itself to me. However, once past the Piazza Umberto in the winding back ways, I became enchanted, as I'm sure others have before me. The myriad of narrow lanes twisting this way and that, boutiques, cafes, greengrocers and souvenir shops all vying for the attention of customers in places where you would think only the desperate might venture but, no, that's the essence of Capri. Its very charm emanates from these back alleys and will forever charm you rmemory.
From Piazza Umberto you can go in any direction and find joy and satisfaction (assuming you like walking) for there is so much to see beyond the normal day tourist haunts.
This is where the rich and famous shop, though they are apt to appear incognito here, and unlikely to put in an appearance in the middle of the day when the trippers swamp the place.


by Aang

High up in the hills is Anacapri and the stunning Villa San Michele which houses the art collection of Swedish doctor Axel Munthe, author of the autobiography 'The Story of San Michele.' Imagine a light and airy villa, full of ancient statues, and perched high above the sea. You will be overwhelmed by the magic of this place.

You can visit and swim at the famous Blue Grotto (a big blue cave reached by boat; the sunlight passing through an underwater cavity, creates the blueness) and the Natural Arch (caused by a cave collapsing) and the Faraglioni (the world famous stacks/rock formations off the eastern tip of the island. )

There are no sandy beaches on Capri, but there are flat rocks at Marina Piccola and at the Faraglioni where one can sunbathe and swim safely; and there is a small stone beach called Bagni di Tiberio within walking distance from Marina Grande.

Via Krupp is a favourite of mine. It is a walk that takes you along a narrow routeway past villas, orange trees and bougainvillea. The views are sheer Alma Tadema and the road has been called 'the world's most beautiful.'

The Gardens of Augustus, built on top of Roman ruins, were built by Krupp. Take your camera!

The best example of typical Capri architecture (little domes and flat roofs) is found at the Charterhouse of San Giacomo, built in 1371-74, by the secretary to the Queen of Naples. Another place for photos.

Villa Jovis is probably my top favourite place. This is the island's largest Roman villa and was built for Tiberius. The ruins were only discovered in the 1700's. What is so sublime about it is the feeling of being up in the sky, looking down at faraway mountains, cliffs and rocks; and thinking: Tiberius held orgies here! Ah, and there's also a scrumptious little open-air restaurant that does steak and chips and wine.

Explore. You may encounter fuschias and poppies and a light house and......

The Cruise

by bijel

You have to take a cruise around the island, and the Blue Grotto is really worth a visit, no matter how expensive it is. In fact, if you asked me, I'd rather have gone to the Blue Grotto and not done all of the other coastal formations.

Go on Capri Foil - the cruise company that is on the pier, and next to the information center, because the first booth (Laser Capri) you see once you get off the ship is less "value for money" - trust us, the Chinese are pretty calculative.

We did the full cruise, which circled the entire island, and went into the Blue Grotto for the extra E8.50 + E3 (tip for boatman).


by sim1

The isle of Capri is not far out of the coast close to Napoli. It was August when I visisted Capri and probably because of that, it was very crowded with tourists. I didn't like the towns on Capri because it was far too busy. But the coastline is magnificent and made the trip really worth while! Try to go all the way round the island on a small boat, you will be amazed by the views.


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 Hotel Relais Maresca

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Address: Via Provenciale le Marina Grande, 284, , Capri, 80073, Italy