Jun 11 – 13, 2022
Villa Orlandi, Anacapri, Capri Island, Italy
Europe/Rome timezone

Social Program

Social Program

Registration, June 11th

The registration desk, at the entrance of the Conference Venue, Villa Orlandi, will open on Saturday morning, June 11th, at 9.00 am.  

Gala Dinner, June 11th

Restaurant l'Olivo
Location: Capri Palace Hotel & Spa *****L
Via Capodimonte 2 (close to Monte Solaro chairlift), Anacapri
steps away from the central square of Anacapri
 “L’Olivo” is the only restaurant on the island to be awarded with two Michelin stars
(one of the eight restaurants with two Michelin stars in Campania)
Chef Andrea Migliaccio

Please specify any dietary restriction sending an email to
mario.merola@na.infn.it asap but before June 8th

7:30 - 8:00 pm: Piano concert
8.00 pm: Aperitif on the panoramic roof of the Hotel
8.30 pm: Dinner

The registration fee for the accompanying person is €100 (social dinner) and is paid in cash at the conference venue.


Main Touristic attractions in Anacapri

Anacapri, or “The Capri of above”, as it was named by Greeks.
This beautiful village has its own municipality. Inhabited since the roman
times, as witnessed by numerous remains, Anacapri had its greatest time
between the 19th and 20th century when it became a great escape for many
European artists who came to spend their holidays and to get inspiration.

An overview can be found on the websites
in Italian

A few of the most popular attractions are

Casa Rossa
The Casa Rossa (the Red House) in Anacapri is home to the "L'Isola
Dipinta" art collection owned by the town. The collection comprises 31
paintings from the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. The
Casa Rossa is also home to 3 Roman statues that were found at the bottom
of the Grotta Azzurra in 1964.

Villa San Michele at Anacapri
It is a museum surrounded by unusually beautiful garden, which is also a
Swedish cultural Institution.

Monte Solaro Cableway
An impressive limestone formation and the highest point on Capri (1,932
feet), Monte Solaro affords gasp-inducing views toward the bays of Naples
and Salerno. A 12-minute chairlift ride will take you right to the top,
which is a starting point for a number of scenic trails on the western
side of the island, most particularly down the slope to the lovely area
around Santa Maria a Cetrella.


La Migliera
The current road retraces the ancient route of the Roman road which from
Capodimonte, the limit of the Graeco-Roman staircase, crossed the higher
part of the territory of Anacapri to reach the Belvedere overhanging the
Tuoro and Limmo creeks. The Limmo creek culminated in Punta Carena and the
How to reach:
From Piazza Vittoria in Anacapri, follow Via Caposcuro, close to the
chair-lift for Mount Solaro (40 mins.).