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We took a boat ride with Allesandro’s team. The grotte azzurro itself was simply beautiful, incredible colours. It was worth the ride for that alone. However we were then taken for a trip along the coast to see various rock formations. It wasn’t the clearest...More
After so many good reviews .... if you come from Australia as we do these beaches are poor and the boat trip to the cave nice enough for €15.
If you've been travelling around countryside it's a nice change to be in the water. Don't...More
if you don't have the patience to wait in line to visit the blue grotte from capri, this boat trip is the next best thing. we went quite late: +/- 17h and had the boat all to ourselves. nice trip across the coast line. swim...More
Booked our tour with the smaller company with the blue umbrellas on spaggio d'allessandro. Kids were free, adults €15, plus sun beds and umbrellas were free as we only used them for an hour. No English spoken by the guide, but luckily there were enough...More
Lots of good value for money boat trips allow you to visit these grotte and actually enter in to the blue cave. There is a little queue of boats but you don't feel rushed or on a conveyor belt. Once inside the blue water illuminated...More
Ask for Luigi he is very helpful, takes you to the most amazing beech and full of information! Booked through the hotel there were only 3 couples and very the beech we were taken to ckean and beautiful. The grotte we were taken inside as...More
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, lush vegetation, crystal clear waters and a coast stretching for 100 km:
The Blue Grotto
Is the cave most known to tourists and the easiest to get by boat, just outside the harbor of Palinuro, and is therefore the most...More