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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
If there was an easier and shorter way of arriving at the Blue Grotto site I would say it’s worth it, but having to spend best part of 2 hours on a boat,mostly hanging around for your turn to be offloaded onto the small rowing...More
We took a boat tour around the island and the last stop would be the blue cave, we knew in advance the blue cave visit was not included, and would cost an extra 14 euro. When we arrived there were so many boats waiting the...More
We booked an island boat tour (€18) and waited on the boat for almost an hour in the unbearable heat with no shade with dozens of other boats and ships. After complaining, about half of the people on the boat were transferred to another boat...More
The grotta azzurra is beautiful and worth the visit, but with a few annoying points.
1- if you go in the group boat (€15) it can take up to 1:30h for you to get in the grotta after you arrive due to the...More
When I visited Capri, I thought I had to go here, and fortunately I could visit there. I arrived on the boat about half an hour and I changed to a small ship, and in the process I found a little strange.
When they wanted...More
The challenge with the "blue grotto" is getting inside... you want to be at or near low tide and there's usually a queue. The "Gira del Isola" usually stop here and offer you the chance to enter (for an extra 14 EUR /person). You transfer...More
We were really lucky that on arrival there wasn’t any queues, we got straight into a row boat and paid our tickets. You’re only in the blue grotto a short while (maybe 5 mins) but it was a fantastic experience, really unusual and the water...More
The most disappointing experience I have ever had. I was really looking forward to seeing the grotto. My husband and I took one of the boats that said Grotto Azzurro trip. The boat took us and the other tourists next to the grotto- we paid...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