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If you are in the wonderful town of Anacapri, do not miss this jewel. The tiles on the church's floor mesmerises you with human expressions in the faces of animals. To see is to believe this wonderful setting.
A lovely church to wander around & the unique tiled floor & the pictures are amazing . You can also walk up the stairs and get an even better view of everything from the top. Definitely well worth a look around and try to take...More
Visited here a couple of weeks ago with my partner. We may not have even gone inside, but as it was pouring with rain we went in, mainly to get dry, but so glad we did and for just €2 each it was well worth...More
During our tour of Capri Island, I visited the San Michele Arcangelo Church on 3rd May 2019. This church built in the 18th century is located at Piazza San Nicola. The church had been built to an octagonal plan covered by a dome. The high...More
Have been visiting around Italy for over a week and seen lots of churches and basilicas, though nothing like this one with the special painted floor artwork.
The church is a short walk from the piazza Vittoria, Anacapri. The entry cost €2, but worth seeing...More
In Anacapri, This exquisite church with its highly ornate interior is the ying to the Chiesa di Santo Stefano’s, yang. Emotive and colourful it offer full reign to the artistic and the biblical. From the painted tile floors to vaulting arches and partial oculus it...More
This is a little gem.
A little out of the centre of Anacapri but worth the short walk. There is a small admission charge to see the wonderful tiled floor. Don't miss going up to the 'organ loft' to look down on the whole floor...More