The Villa San Michele was built about the end of the 19th century on the Isle of Capri, Italy, by the Swedish physician and author Axel Munthe.
The villa's gardens have panoramic views of the town of Capri and its harbour, the Sorrentine Peninsula, and Mount Vesuvius. The villa sits on a ledge at the top of the Phoenician Steps, between Anacapri and Capri, at a height of 327 meters above sea level.
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Coreen CHng | Jun 19, 2018
This is such a beautiful place and good for photographers to take lots of nice pic with nice view. The history is interested to know as well (for me).. good place to relax and worth to visit if u r here..
Catherine Lodge | Jun 20, 2018
Even if you, like I, are not ashamed to admit that you had never heard of Axel Munthe, the Swedish author who made Capri his home, you will certainly enjoy this beautiful museum-like house with its collection of unique decorations and the breathtaking views from its elegant gardens. I recommend you then savour a piece of the Anacapri almond and lemon cake in its rooftop cafe.
Justin Stefan | Jun 21, 2018
Beautiful place, extraordinary garden and great view. A place full of history . You can drink a good cofee at the final in the cafeteria.
Richard Eshelman | Jun 28, 2018
Beautiful view of Capri from the terrace. Well kept museum of a great man that loved nature.
Roger Wright | Jun 6, 2018
Very interesting attraction. It was the home of Axel Munthe, physician to the Swedish Royal Court in the 19th century. When Munthe died, he left his residence to the Swedish government who maintains the residence as a museum. You can see his furniture and decorations. The best part of the residence is the gardens with spectacular views of Capri.
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