Punta Campanella, or the Athenian Promontory, as the ancients called it, has been a control access to the bay, thus housing temples, commercial stations, defensive towers and patrician villas. Only a few years ago the Professor Mario Russo discovered on a rocky wall an inscription carved in Oscan language from 2nd cent. A.D., which is a proof of the presence of the Italic people in the area. This itinerary is a good combination between archeology and landscape, at the end of the walk you will admire on one side the beautiful isle of Capri, on the other the Bay of Ieranto.

Useful links: http://www.puntacampanella.org/