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Our small boat ride near Capri we were able to see the White Grotto. I was amazed at the skill the boat captain exhibited when backing the boat into the mouth of the cave. He also pointed out a stalagmite formation near the top of...More
The white grotto was like entering another dimention. The stark white against the deep blue sea was absolutely stunning.You could actually make out a form the looked like the virgin Mary. higly recommended
Came here as part of a small boat tour from Positano to Capri island.
The white grotto was our first stop around the island of Capri.
Beautiful rock formation and of outstanding beauty.
Our boat was able to back right up close. There are steps...More
When you pick up the boat tour around Capri island you stop in a lot of small grottos with different colours and this one is known as white because the stalactites and stalagmites in the cave. Curious and nice to see
In the other grottoes you look at the water, here you admire the beauty of the cave itself. It forms part of the boat tour around Capri which is really worthwhile doing. There were not so many boats on the day we visited which of...More
Bon giorno! We were connected to a private boat owner through La Tosca, where we were staying. I will try to find out his name from La Tosca and get back to you. We especially appreciated using a private boat owner because... More
Bon giorno! We were connected to a private boat owner through La Tosca, where we were staying. I will try to find out his name from La Tosca and get back to you. We especially appreciated using a private boat owner because there were no other passengers on the boat. We went at our own pace. We got to swim and see the Grottas up close. Also, this particular man lives on the island of Capri and is raising a family, so we felt good about contributing directly to the local economy. At the end, he offered us his own homemade "limoncello." It was a three hour tour and worth the extra money. I've been on "cruises" with lots of other people, and I just did not enjoy it as much. I will get back to asap.
Hi abb g,
We reached Capri Island from Sorrento by fast ferry. We took the tour 1.5 to 2 hours around Capri Island by tour company. The company has large boats so and its near shore opposite only restaurant in the ship area... More
Hi abb g,
We reached Capri Island from Sorrento by fast ferry. We took the tour 1.5 to 2 hours around Capri Island by tour company. The company has large boats so and its near shore opposite only restaurant in the ship area. It has bigger boats then other private tour companies advantage is its stable and you don't get drenched with water. I think the cost per person was around 16-20 Euro.
This will take around Capri island and you will not miss anything. Once it reaches Blue grotto, you need to change boat and take small boat which will take 3-4 minutes. It cost 13 Euro. Till all passengers visit blue grotto big boat will wait so not to worry on this count. Enjoy the most memorable trip. You can see my review of Blue grotto. Boat moves clock wise so seat towards shore when it moves.