Capri town's main church is located up a few steps from the town's main square, Piazza Umberto I. It was rebuilt in Baroque style at the end of the 17th century on the remains of the original church of the same name.
This square is the busy centre of Capri town. It contains a few shops, cafes and restaurants and is where the funicular railway terminates. Surrounding the square are the ''Torre dell'Orologio'', or Clock Tower, which may have been the bell tower of the old cathedral, plus the municipal offices.
You can reach the town either via the Funiculaire from the main harbour, or by bus/ taxi.
Once away from the shops and restaurants, there are wonderfully paved little pathways winding through the villas, and up and down the hills.
The ''Torre dell'Orologio'' or Clock Tower on Capri Town's main square, Piazza Umberto I, is in Baroque design and probably dates from the 17th century.