off the beaten path via li campi & via posterula

I’ve gotten to know the ancient island of Capri and ana Capri fairly well over the last ten or so years and love still getting a bit lost when I go off the beaten path.


A quiet, labyrinthine neighborhood, Via li Campi, away from the crowds of Capri Town.


I wandered without a map past schoolchildren as they walked home from school. I wanted to find a local place not marked by tourists.


This was probably one of my favorite afternoons. I like to get a little bit lost in old neighborhoods.


Every corner held a new surprise… usually just another curvy turn but still, it was a surprise.


This was a tiny apartment courtyard . I would love to know the history of these walls and stairs.


I could walk this path all day. There’s a quiet in the shadows I long for.


So many colors and hues over decades.


Via Posterula


Further into the maze of private pedestrian streets.


One can hear the call of birds and the echo of footsteps on the rock.


Here the gardens are on the rooftops or behind high walls in private courtyards.


There are Capri hand painted tiles were all over the small neighborhoods.cap8

Ana Capri is a great place to buy the artisan handmade tiles. I brought a few back home myself.


I’m working on a piece I did on my favorite tile shop, an interview with the owners and a photographic tour of the shop. I should be publishing it in the next few days.


2 thoughts on “off the beaten path via li campi & via posterula

  1. It’s so nice to know that there are non-touristy parts of Capri!!! Thanks for showing us the hidden alleys. Lovely shots. I look forward to your next post!

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