Thanks to the passion, perseverence and the complete dedication from Salvatore Criscuolo, better known as “O Capo” and his lovely unforgotten wife Teresa, the Polisportiva, renamed in “Le Bontà del Capo” is today one of the most popular and appreciated restaurants on the Amalfi Coast.
Located in a privileged position, the location appears to be disputed between the intensiv blue of the sea and the brightness of the sky, nestled between lush harmonies of terraced olive groves, vineyards and lemontrees.
On the terrace of Donna Teresa, where you have during the sunset the unique feeling to be untited with the horizon, where a deep red paint the nearby island of “Li Galli”, directly in front of the “Faraglioni” of the flirtatious Capri, here you will find you enjoying the delicious regional cuisine accompanied by the finest wines of the coast of Amalfi and Sorrento.
The timeless pizza contribute to give you a greater sense of being welcome and of the hospitality of Naples.
As a reward for your appearance, you will be certainly attracted by the nearby ”Punta Vreca”, a breathtaking viewpoint in form of a ship overtopped with the tower ”Capo del Conca”, a natural ancient harbour, a defense post with vice-regal watchtower, designed to curb the invasions of the pirates from the seaside.
Surely you do not pass unnoticed a quiet harmonious way in the nearby of the restaurant, which is called “Cinque Essence”, meaning for San Alfonso Maria de’ Liguori, who named this way during his walks from the monastery Santa Rosa. The monastery is a holy place and the birthplace of the famous and popular puff pastry cake Santarosa.
Surrounded by olive, carob, pomegranate, grapes and lemon the bishop was inspired to call it “Cinque Essence”.
For those who love the sport, there is above the restaurant the possibility to use one of the two multi-purpose courts with artifical turf for football, tennis or volleyball. Also with a playground and entertainment games for the smaller of us.
We are waiting for you, here in Conca dei Marini, where we have “In each window the sun and out each window the sea.”