Latest update: 4 May 2022
Serrara is one half of the commune known as Serrara Fontana. A mainly agricultural area dominated by vineyards, the village of Serrara is famous for its "Belvedere" ("viewing area" in English) with its wonderful views down to Sant'Angelo, the neighbouring island of Capri and out to sea.
The village centre is very small and consists of a cafe/restaurant called La Floreana, some houses and strangely enough, two churches with a few yards of each other. The most visible of the two churches is Chiesa Santa Maria del Carmine while the other one, Chiesa dell'Immacolata Concezione is practically hidden from view as it lies on the other side of the main road and up a small hill.
There are buses that run through Serrara in both directions, namely the CD and CS routes which circle the island. The next town along to the east of Serrara is its neighbour Fontana, while heading west along the main road you will first come to the hamlet of Ciglio before reaching the village of Panza.