- Address: 80076 Capri, Metropolitan City of Naples, Italy
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Family And Kids, Architecture
This beautiful establishment was the house of the Italian journalist, novelist and writer Curzio Malaparte. It is also known as Villa Malaparte by locals. The house is the perfect combination of traditional and modern Italian architecture overlooking the Gulf of Salerno. After the death of Curzio in the 1950s, the house stood neglected for a couple of decades. The restoration of this unique establishment began in the 1980s and today, it proudly showcases the original furniture and other important artefacts. If you want to visit this place, you have to walk through the woods for about half an hour. But, once you reach your destination, you will be surprised by the spectacular views.
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1.34% of people who visit Capri include Villa Malaparte in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
95% of people start their Villa Malaparte visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Villa Malaparte
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Villa Malaparte
People normally also visit Parco Sommerso Di Gaiola Area Marina Protetta while planning their trip to Villa Malaparte.
Well worth the visit
Unfortunately, It's not possible to visit it but the site and the architecture of the house is amazing...
Brigitte was here!
villa malaparte is just one truly amazing part of this world class site along the bottom of capri. starting at the intersection of via arco naturale and the ristorante le grottelle, the via del pizzolungo (the pizzolungo path) parallels the southern coast of the island, high on the cliffs, affording amazing views, natural sites such as an unmarked ancient cave, the spectacular malaparte and the faraglioni rock formation. start at the restaurant and descend the countless steep steps to enjoy one unforgettable view after another. if you really want to feel the burn, start at the western end of pizzolungo and end by going up the steps, finishing for a final well-deserved cool drink at le grottelle! a prerequisite viewing of Jean Luc Godard's film masterpiece "Contempt (Le Mepris)" is a must!