In the mid 19th century, a British doctor arrived on Capri. George Sydney Clark was convinced that the island's mild Mediterranean climate had important health inducing properties.
Which is why he decided to settle in Capri and construct a clinic here, in one of the most sheltered and sunny corners of the island. He gave his clinic the auspicious name "Quisisana" (here one heals).
But Clark soon realized that his Quisisana had far more appeal with tourists than invalids...