The Arco Naturale is a natural arch on the east coast of the island of Capri. Dating from the Paleolithic age, it is the remains of a collapsed grotto. The arch spans 12 m at a height of 18 m above ground and consists of limestone.
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Giorgio F | May 23, 2018
You need to walk a bit to reach it but it's absolutely worth it. Best sight in Capri for me
Martin St-Pierre | Apr 15, 2018
Very nice walk to get there and back to town Lots of stairs, beware
Mike Ohana | May 11, 2018
Beautiful landscape. Must see !
Stephen Uden | Apr 8, 2018
Fantastic scenerey and a wonderful and stunning geographical feature.
gabriel capparelli | Oct 7, 2017
Worth the walk but go prepared with drinking water. There is a short and long path, don't go the long way if you are not fit hundreds of stairs await you. The short, flat path is easy and for anybody but again, take water!
Minh Long | May 28, 2018
It took a 20 minutes walk to get here but I wouldn’t complaint. The walk through the villas and gardens itself was nice, and the view of the arch was magnificent!
Dakota Van Deursen | Jun 6, 2018
A naturally-carved rock arch. The path there is full of steps, and be sure to bring lots of water, but it's worth the walk.
Eugen Capilna | Aug 1, 2018
Very nice view, we took the easy way right avoiding the stairs (being with a pram), but still a great view of the bay and Arco naturale
Brett Saunders | Jul 10, 2018
A decent walk with some stairs but well worth it.
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