At Palazzo a Mare, an ancient site north of the island of Capri, there are pleasant pebble beaches, with a public part, and a bathing structure in Bagni di Tiberio (in English: Tiberius baths)
There are still some remains of a important Roman palace (palatium), probably built and frequented at his time by Octavian Augustus. One can see the remains of an exedra and a small port basin (named Bagni di Tiberio).The palace was copiously pillaged in the 18th and 19th centuries.
There are two ways to reach the site: walk from Marina Grande following Via Palazzo a Mare, after San Costanzo church; or by motor boat from Marina Grande beach.