Well worth taking a boat trip around the island as you will see far more looking back at the island than you will from the crowded tourist spots on the island. It is funny to see all the boats jostling into the caves, with the...More
About Green Grotta
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I was surprised that the colors of the water, reflected by the sun bouncing off the limestone, would give such differences in brilliant colors such as viridian green and azure blue. We were told that the Blue Grotto experience was very expensive (30 euro pp)...More
When you do a boat tour, you will certainly stop at the green grotto. You do not enter a grotto, but just go next to it with the boat. Depending on the weather, you will witness nice green waters. It is nice to see, but...More
Get a slightly sketch boat and they let you swim in it. The grotto is green and water is nice. Our boat met us on the other side of the grotto (we were slightly afraid he might leave when we jumped in).
I took my family including grandchildren to here and they thought it was magical. Slightly disappointed that it was so quick in and out of the boat. I had been before so.knew what to expect. Everyone says it's as good as the Blue Grotta just...More
As beautiful as the blue grotto, but without the tourist hangups. We were enamored with the green grotto on our private boat tour around the island.
We were told this was a MUST see! Obviously, not during tourist season. It took 20 minutes by boat to get to it, we waited over an hour to be off-loaded from the tour boat onto dingys that hold 3 people and then 10 minutes...More
The green grotto is more accessible than the blue grotto which requires boat transfers etc and our captain backed the boat into the space with expertise and obvious experience .. It's a 5 minute experience .. Nice to see , without being life shattering ..