Less than 200 meters from Casa Rossa, there's San Michele Monumental Church, well known for its floor entirely tiled built in Naples by Leonardo Chianese in the mid-1700s.
A wooden walkway allows you to walk around the church without stepping on the majolica, which depicts the terrestrial Paradise and the expulsion of Adam and Eve. The main altar is made out of marble, the lateral ones of wood.
There is also a steep spiral staircase you can climb up, get to the organ, and see the majolica floor from above - truly impressive!
The entrance to the church costs only €2.
Outside the church I smelled a very inviting scent from a bakery: it was from Pasticceria San Michele, where I bought a bag of mixed biscuits (with jam, chocolate, lemon, plain with icing sugar). And that was my lunch, munching biscuits while walking around Anacapri 😆.