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The must-see attraction on Capri is the magical Blue Grotto, where visitors take a boat ride through a natural cavern that is filled with an ethereal and eerie light reflecting on the (very blue) water.
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We took a boat tour from Positano to Capri, which included circling the island and having the opportunity to stop at the Blue Grotto. Given the hype we had heard and the fact that we probably wouldn’t be heading back to the area in the...More
We went because our friends had not had the experience, and we also loved it. The sparking blue water is mesmerizing, and the boat owners always sing. If you are nervous about small places, this might not be for you. While the cave is large,...More
Unique experience but will never do it again. Too much effort and uncomfortable for a 5-minute view in the cave. You can take land or water transportation to the grotto. If you are susceptible to sea sickness, go by land. We went by boat and...More
We were on a boat cruising around Capri and had to queue for 40 m for entry into the Blue Grotto. We were charged Euros 20 for the trip. We transferred to a small boat and had to lie down as the entrance to the...More
Arrived at Blue Grotto as a party of 12 on a private boat trip. Waited at the entrance bobbing about in the queue of boats for 1.5 hours before being transferred to a small rowing boat to access the grotto. The transfer between the 2...More
On getting to Capri, although the buses run frequently if you don’t have a lot of time, your best bet is to hire a moped or taxi it everywhere (they just seem to charge what they think they can get away with as they never...More
Unfortunately the they decided to close the row boat services when we arrived on our tour boat. Also the queue of people on land and in the boats were chokingly long. I would advise visiting first thing in the morning (we arrived at 10am). We...More
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You need to sign up with one of the on line tour groups, they direct you from the mainland then pick you up at the ferry and drive you the back way so you get in the short line to the grotto. The little boats that go back... More
You need to sign up with one of the on line tour groups, they direct you from the mainland then pick you up at the ferry and drive you the back way so you get in the short line to the grotto. The little boats that go back to the grotto are the king and wrong way to see it.