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For the love of god, Don't waste your time or money on this!! For us (Myself, my Dad and my adult Nephew.) It was worth it, just for the sheer hysterical laughter that it has given us that we actually parted with money to participate!!...More
I'd heard so much about the blue grotto, I couldn't pass it up on my trip to Capri. It met my expectations, it was very pretty, and not very expensive for a ticket. Go early, as the line gets long later in the day, and...More
We were on a boat trip to Capri and our skipper got us to the Blue Grotto early before it got too busy so we only had a 10 minute wait. We had to transfer over the side into rowing boats which was tricky. The...More
This was the most disappointing trip I’ve had in years and would recommend you give it a miss.
The whole trip took almost 3 hours despite being told it would take 90 minutes.
You pay €15 each to be taken to the Grotto Azzurra, where...More
Although the grotto is wonderful to see the price tag is high. First you need to get a boat to take you to the grotto. Then you wait for the row boats that take 2 to 4 people at a time through the small opening...More
Best seen by sea. However we also walked down to the grotto from the gorgeous Anacapri. A lovely walk down and yes you can get a bus back up to Anacapri from the the car park at the grotto. Spookily we met a lovely American...More
Response from marketexas | Reviewed this property |
I haven't been swimming, but I understand there are opportunities. I suspect it depends on the queue outside of people wanting to get inside. The green and white grottos are less popular (you don't really go inside) and I... More
I haven't been swimming, but I understand there are opportunities. I suspect it depends on the queue outside of people wanting to get inside. The green and white grottos are less popular (you don't really go inside) and I have seen people swimming. (June 2018).
Response from Citroen2CV6 | Reviewed this property |
well I used the steps easy to use and there a gift shop and some where to get a drink there too
bus stop so close
there is a little jetty to stand on to call a man over so you can get the boat to pay and take you in