Villa del Damecuta
Villa del Damecuta
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luca zani
5 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2021
lo scorso anno siamo riusciti a coronare il nostro sogno a Capri, e proprio in questo luogo abbiamo confermato il nostro amore
Écrit le 4 juin 2021
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whensabinatravels
Berlin, Allemagne74 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2019
A nice walk along pine trees leads to secluded Villa Damecuta. Fantastic views over the sea and Ischia make it a very nice experience. The pine treets smell divine.
Écrit le 27 septembre 2019
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Birdmarg
Charlottetown, Canada163 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2019 • En couple
This was one of our highlights of a 17 day trip to the region. Beautiful location, not many tourists at all, and fascinating history. There is not much there, but it is free and a nice place to escape the island's throngs of tourists and take in a bit of history. The walk to the blue grotto is right outside the Villa entrance, so together they make for a nice morning.
Écrit le 8 juin 2019
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Hitchcock2
Wolfenbuettel349 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2018 • En famille
We stopped here on our walk down from Anapcapri to the Blue Grotto and were surprised that we were the only people there. It is a bit off the beaten track but well worth going to.The ruins are well tended and it is possible to see how large this villa was in its heyday. There was/is apparently a secret path from the inside of the villa down to the Blue Grotto. it is easy to see why the villa was built here with its fantastic views over the Gulf of Naples and it was a delightful hour we spent here walking around the shady gardens. An added and very suprising plus point are the sparklingly clean loos...oh and entrance was free...
Écrit le 10 juillet 2018
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Robin_Hitchcock
LONDON25 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2018 • En couple
On the way down to the Blue Grotto, we visited the Villa Damecuta which is one of the twelve Imperial Roman villas built by the Emperor Tiberius on the Island of Capri. We saw a sign directing us towards it the first time we walked down to the Blue Grotto and decided to explore it.

This villa was discovered by the archeologist Amedeo Maiuri in 1937. Although there were very few remains due to the explosion of the Vesuvius in 79 A.C. and the invasion of the Barbarians, one now knows that the villa was formed by an 80-metre arcaded lodge that had a stunning view of the residential quarter - it was built in a style similar to the imperial loggia at Villa Jovis that we visited about eight years ago. But one of the most interesting facts discovered in the excavation process was the secret passage that leads directly to the famous Grotta Azzurra (Blue Grotto). Unfortunately there is no hint as to where this passage is. During the Roman period, the emperors that spent their days in Capri on vacation and used the Grotta Azzurra as their private pool. And it seemed that Tiberius had commissioned the construction of a private passage from Villa Damecuta to the Blue Grotto. In fact, during the excavations, they found many Roman statues dating back to the time of Tiberius on the sea bed of the Grotta Azzurra. Nunzio and two of his friends also found several statues when they were younger and now there are housed in the red villa in Anacapri after a long legal battle to have them returned to Capri instead of them languishing in the cellar of the Archaeological Museum in Naples. We admired the Damecuta Tower that was originally built to defend the island from the raids of Saracen pirates in the twelfth century. It was later used as a fort by the English during the war against the French Bourbons, when it was partially destroyed. The remains of Villa Damecuta are located in a pleasantly shady pine grove, the perfect spot for a leisurely stroll. We were the only people there though, it seems to be a well kept secret or else maybe most visitors prefer to go shopping in Capri Town or visit the Blue Grotto....It is difficult to ascertain whether it was lived in only by Tiberius or was also used by Augustus. It is believed that the Villa of Damecuta was finally abandoned following the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD.
Écrit le 29 juin 2018
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Inge H
3 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2017 • En couple
Aleen al voor het ontbijt zou je de reis kunnen overwegen, bedenk dat je uitzicht hebt op zee en echt fantastische restaurant in de buurt. Wandelen door steegjes en spannende paadjes naar de middellandse zee.
Écrit le 23 septembre 2017
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Uciovik
Trieste, Italie359 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2017 • En couple
Il luogo è molto suggestivo e merita una visita pur trovando solo pochi resti di una villa romana e la presenza di una torre di avvistamento spagnola.
Merita per il silenzio e la vista incantevole
Écrit le 1 septembre 2017
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Ariella_25
Megève, France213 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
août 2017 • En famille
By itself the villa is not one of the most impressive archeological places you can get in Italy..... but the sunset is fantastic !!!!!!!!! Advisable to go there with champagne and some chemistry against mosquitos !!!!!!!
Écrit le 24 août 2017
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Salvatore M
Sorrente, Italie2 473 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
mai 2017 • En couple
Villa Damecuta è una delle fantastiche dodici ville imperiali romane volute dall'imperatore Tiberio. Di essa purtroppo restano pochi ruderi e così come le altre ville dell'imperatore fu danneggiata dall'esplosione del Vesuvio del 79 d.C., dalla successive incursioni dei pirati e dalle fortificazioni militari. Le poche tracce che restano permettono di individuare la struttura di una lunga loggia porticata, aperta verso il Golfo di Napoli e lunga 80 metri, che terminava con un ampio belvedere. Al di sotto si trova un'alcova con un terrazzino proteso sul mare. Sulle rovine della dimora romana, nel medioevo, fu eretta una torre di vedetta che affaccia sul mare e nel XIX secolo venne addirittura fortificata la zona circostante.
Écrit le 7 juin 2017
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DanielaTs73
Trieste, Italie213 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2017 • En couple
L'area sicuramente non è molto curata (e considerando il numero di turisti che frequentano l'isola forse sarebbe il caso di migliorare la manutenzione del sito) ma è comunque suggestiva e oltre ai resti romani si gode si una vista spettacolare.
Resta un angolo di quiete per sfuggire al caos isolano dei periodi di elevata affluenza.
Écrit le 4 mai 2017
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