A secluded cove in the bay of Marina Piccola provides the dream setting for Capri's highly acclaimed Torre Saracena restaurant and beach club.
Inspired by the local culinary traditions, Chef Domencio Guarracino prepares dishes packed with the genuine flavors and aromas of the Mediterranean.
Famous for its fish and sea food, selected from the restaurant's fish tank, Torre Saracena produces some great pasta dishes too, including some of the best Ravioli Capresi on the island!
Aperitifs, light snacks, salads, and desserts are available at the American Bar situated on the terrace.
Torre Saracena is a much requested venue for exclusive social events: from wedding receptions to birthday parties, from corporate lunches to gala dinners.
For those wishing to arrive in style, Torre Saracena organizes transportation by private boat.
Torre Saracena's beautiful little beach is the perfect spot where to bathe in the Mediterranean sunshine and enjoy a swim in the warm waters close to the Faraglioni rocks.
A landing wharf and the assistance of a sailor are available for those arriving by boa.
Our Captqin gave us a choice to either dock in Capri and pay the port fee 100 euros or to dock at this restuarant for free but must eat here. So we thought we may as well eat. Well let me tell you... more »
The service of the restaurant is very disappointing, especially when it’s compared to the price ratio. A plate of spaghetti vongole costs 28 euro and it had max 80g of pasta and 10 vongole. We had to... more »
By far the worst food we have eaten on our trip around Amalfi coast and Naples. Not only was the food not up to standard but when for the 4th time we asked for water and utensils to eat the food... more »
Torre Saracena is an attractive cove in the bay of Marina Piccola, overlooking Capri's majestic Faraglioni. The restaurant and bathing establishment Torre Saracena are located directly on the beach. From the Piazzetta and the center of Capri, Torre Saracena is easily reached by bus or taxi, or on foot along either Via Krupp or Via Mulo. From the little wharf of Marina Piccola, a boat transports guests across the water to Torre Saracena.