It was known as the “Stracasa” (“Super-house”) because it was so much more than a humble abode. In 1920 the Lombardy-born engineer Emilio Errico Vismara chose spectacular Punta Tragara as the perfect spot to build a villa, perched high above the sea with views of the Faraglioni rock formations.
The plans were drawn up by Le Corbusier but, only in the end of 70's it was turned into a hotel. Hotel Punta Tragara has enjoyed extraordinary growth ever since, reaching the pinnacle of hospitality on Capri. In the huge areas, Barovier&Toso's light dominates the scene, including the majestic Nevada and the elegant Erfud.