Starting from Piazza S. Cross Terms go downhill due to the junction with Via Campanella Mitigliano. You soon reach the church of S. Mary Mitigliano that stands on the ruins of an ancient abbey. Then take a path marked by a strip of yellow paint olive groves and typical plants of the Mediterranean. Once on the pebble beach Mitigliano find a building shaped like a tower with a circular base, perhaps once used as a lime kiln to produce lime.
The main attraction of the bay remains, however, the cave Mitigliano, which overlooks the island of Capri. The gorge, created thanks to a spring of fresh water, is a strong attraction for those wanting to bathe in crystal clear waters. Resting at a depth of about 15 m, with a 7 m high input, goes inside to 70 m long and is an attractive refuge for lobsters and small croakers flickering that can enchant with their magical dances, their guests .
Cala di Mitigliano overlooking the Gulf of Naples and is located between Punta Baccoli and, further west, Septic Pope The small pebble beach has been formed recently and now thanks to its lovely location opposite the island of Capri and its crystal clear water is one of the most beautiful inlets of the coast Lubrense. You can reach the bay of Mitigliano a pleasant walk of about 30 minutes.
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