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Capri: Private Gozzo Boat Island Tour

1. Capri: Private Gozzo Boat Island Tour

Sailing on a boat for a tour around the island of Capri is the most amazing way to explore the coastal region of this stunning region. You can admire its dramatic cliffs and spectacular rock formations as you relax in your own private Gozzo boat. Many tourists are completely unaware that the Blue Grotto is just one of a whole host of multi-coloured caves and rock formations which can be admired during a tour around the island. A boat trip around the coast of Capri also offers to its passengers the opportunity to visit bays which are totally inaccessible by land. You will discover peaceful havens far from the crowded beaches, which are the perfect places to enjoy a dip in the sea.

Capri Island & Blue Cave Private Boat Tour from Sorrento

2. Capri Island & Blue Cave Private Boat Tour from Sorrento

After being picked up by a staff member from your hotel in Sorrento or somewhere in the Sorrento peninsula, head to the port of Sorrento where your private skipper will be waiting for you. After a few minutes of sailing, arrive at the ruins of an ancient Roman villa and then continue along the coast to Punta Campanella. When you reach Capri, the captain will make a tour of the Island and give you some information on the region. See the cliffs, the White Grotto, the Green Grotto, and the beautiful Blue Grotto. If you wish, jump into the crystal-clear waters for a swim.  Land at the port of Capri, and enjoy 4 hours of free time to explore the island and to go shopping. Return to the boat and snorkel in the marine park of Punta Campanella, where with a little luck you might see some dolphins. The tour ends with a drop-off at your hotel.

From Sorrento: Capri Island Day Trip with Boat Cruise

3. From Sorrento: Capri Island Day Trip with Boat Cruise

Soak up the coastal views of Sorrento on a relaxing boat trip to Capri. Swim and snorkel in the crystal waters and enjoy refreshments on board. Take time to explore the island of Capri on your own. You’ll take part in a short briefing, and then head off on a scenic cruise to the island of Capri. Departing from Marina Grande, you'll first pass by Regina’s Giovanna Baths and have views of the Ancient Roman Villa Pollio. As you approach the Isle of Capri and then cruise around it you’ll see the statue of the Scugnizzo, the Grotta del Corallo, the Grotta Bianca, the Natural Arch, Villa Malaparte, the Faraglioni, the Bay of Marina Piccola, the Grotta Verde, and the Lighthouse at Punta Carena. After cruising around the island, you’ll have 4 hours of free time to visit the center of Capri. Head to Piazza Umberto I, better known as the Piazzetta, a surprisingly small square dominated by the profile of the island's Monte Solaro. The Piazzetta is the heart of Capri's social life, and therefore became known as the Salotto del Mondo, or the world's sitting room. In the late afternoon, you’ll cruise slowly back to the mainland, leaving the legendary island behind.

From Positano: Private Boat Tour to Capri or Amalfi

4. From Positano: Private Boat Tour to Capri or Amalfi

Enjoy a full day at sea on a private boat tour from Positano. Climb aboard a leisure boat built for comfort and choose how you spend your time on the water. Head south along the Amalfi Coast or cross the Tyrrhenian Sea to the island of Capri — the choice is yours. If you choose to visit Capri, the captain will cruise north from Positano, passing the idyllic town of Nerano, famous for its blue flag beaches. Stop for a refreshing swim. Continue to Punto Campanella, where the Amalfi Coast and Sorrento Coast meet. Then, cross the Bay of Naples and enjoy views of Vesuvius. Upon arrival in Capri, circumnavigate the entire island, stopping at the Blue, White, and Green Grotto. See the private villas of the rich and famous, along with Casa Malaparte and the historic lighthouse. Cruise past Marina Piccola to sail through the rock formations of Faraglioni. Choose to enjoy the island from the boat or dock for some free time on land. If wanting to explore the Amalfi Coast, head south from Positano and enjoy some of the most beautiful views in the world. Stop to swim in the lagoons and caves that line the rugged coastline, or find an empty beach to laze on. Pass the beautiful fishing village of Praiano where century-old traditions are still maintained. Go to the hidden lagoon of the fjord of Furore. Every year a diving competition is held on the bridge above the fjord. Continue to Conca dei Marini to sail under Sophia Loren's former villa. Get an up-close view of the beachside apartment where Jackie Kennedy spent her Amalfi Coast vacation. Stop in bustling Amalfi for a chance to stretch your legs and get some lunch. Then, go to Atrani, Italy’s smallest village. You can also visit the enchanting villages of Ravello and Marmorata to see a waterfall that once powered an old paper mill. Finally, go to the laid-back villages of Minori and Maiori to see Roman ruins and discover one of the most famous pastry shops on the Amalfi Coast.

From Naples: Private Capri Boat Excursion

5. From Naples: Private Capri Boat Excursion

The port where private boats embark in Naples is called Mergellina. The port where the cruise ships come in is called Beverello. If you are arriving by cruise ship, a driver can be arranged to meet your below your cruise ship. They will then take you to Mergellina, where your private boat will be waiting.  The captain will pick you up at the pier and head along the coastline towards the Island of Capri. You will see the Sorrento Coast on one side and the island of Capri in front of you, with Naples and Mt. Vesuvius to your right as you cross the Bay of Naples. The views are spectacular.  You will cross the Bay of Naples to Capri, stopping to swim in various caves/ lagoons, checking out the rock formations and learning a bit about the island.  One of the best parts about chartering a boat is that the captain is a local of the area.  Ask him about the coastline and he will be more than happy to give you some information about what you are seeing as well as insider tips regarding the best things to do and see. This will allow you to experience the Amalfi Coast through the eyes of a local rather than a tourist. The service is also luxurious so relax on the sundeck, enjoy the views, stop to swim in the various bays and enjoy local snacks and beverages that are provided onboard. It is recommended to stop for a seaside lunch, as this is a culinary paradise of Italy, serving fresh seafood and seasonal fruits and vegetables. Your captain can provide you with some good restaurant suggestions where the boat can pull up directly. Itinerary highlights: - The Blue, Green and White Grotto - Casa Malaparte: a beautiful, architecturally historic building on the eastern end of the island sitting 32 feet above the sea on a cliff - Punta Carena: the famous lighthouse on Capri, construction began in 1862 - Marina Piccola: a famous docking spot for yachts of the rich and famous - I Faraglioni: the symbol of Capri and the backdrop to many designer ads, most notably D&G Light Blue perfume

Capri Half Day Private Boat Excursion

6. Capri Half Day Private Boat Excursion

Escape the crowds of Capri and discover the island's intense beauty from the sea on this private half-day boat excursion. Climb aboard in Capri's Marina Grande harbor and set off to see the iconic sights around the island like the Faraglioni rocks, the various grottoes, and hidden caves. Your expert captain will show you the loveliest spots where you can dive off the boat and enjoy a swim in the gorgeous blue sea around Capri. Cruise around the island to see the Blue Grotto, which is one of the island's most famous spots. This small opening in the rock is just large enough for a row-boat to enter and is known for its electric blue waters. (Please note that the grotto is open depending on weather and sea conditions, and there is a charge to enter that is not included in this excursion.) Other beautiful grottoes that are worth a look are the Green and White Grottoes. The Green Grotto is a sea-cave with a large natural arch and the White Grotto is a cave etched on a cliff with a naturally made rock formation of the Virgin Mary. You'll also see the Faraglioni rocks, which are a landmark of the island, up close as you cruise right by them. This private boat excursion is offered on a variety of boat sizes, from a traditional Sorrentine style wooden open boat to speedboats and larger yachts. Choose the perfect boat for you and set off on a marvelous cruise experiencing the beautiful island of Capri.

Positano: Capri Private Boat Tour

7. Positano: Capri Private Boat Tour

Take in spectacular views along the Amalfi Coast, explore the beautiful island of Capri, and visit some of the local sights on a private boat tour from Positano. Stop at some of the fantastic grottos, such as the Blue Grotto, on your way to the island. See the lighthouse of Punta Carena and snap some great photos at the Faraglioni Rocks. Have some free time to explore Capri once you get into port. Swim in pristine waters, stop in at a café, or do some shopping. Get dropped off at the port of Positano at the end of your tour.

Special tour of Capri with private convertible coach

8. Special tour of Capri with private convertible coach

If you are going to visit the Isle of Capri then you might want to feel what film stars feel like and take a taxi ride around the island, with your private guide  But these aren't just any taxis... these are Capri taxis. Some are as long as limos, some like vans and others are vintage custom Italian vehicles – all with their roofs cut off to enjoy the sun. And if the combination of sun and dizzying views over the cliff edge get you a bit light headed, ask the driver to roll out the canopy over your head to help keep your cool. First, visit Anacapri, walk into the historical area and take the chairlift. Later, go to Capri town and visit the most important area Piazetta and Augustus Garden. After there'll be a boat tour around the island to end the tour.

From Sorrento or Naples: Capri Full-Day Private Tour

9. From Sorrento or Naples: Capri Full-Day Private Tour

Explore the beautiful island of Capri on this relaxing full-day tour. Visit Piazza Umberto, the Gardens of August, admire Villa S. Michele, enjoy a scenic chairlift to Mount Solaro and visit the famed Blue Grotto. Two thousand years ago, Roman emperors spent their leisure time basking in the sun of Capri Island. You too can experience a day of leisure on this full-day tour.  Start your day on the island with a visit to the famous Blue Grotto. Immediately after, make your way to the village of Anacapri where you can enjoy a scenic chairlift to Mount Solaro. Take a moment to admire the Villa S. Michele (Axel Munthe) and the Church of Saint Michele. You may also make an optional visit to the famed Blue Grotto, whose enchanted cavern attracts tourist from all over the world. In the afternoon, arrive at the main square of Capri, Piazza Umberto. Admire its beautiful white church then stop to watch the world drift by at one of the several open air cafes before winding through some of the medieval looking alleyways and arcades that surround the square. Browse through handcraft shops, and wander around the beautiful Gardens of Augustus.

Capri Private Full-Day Boat Tour from Sorrento

10. Capri Private Full-Day Boat Tour from Sorrento

Enjoy a private boat tour to the glamorous island of Capri, departing from the main pier of Sorrento on the Sorrentine Peninsula. Marvel at the private villas and coves of Sorrento on one side, and the island of Capri on the other, with Naples and Mount Vesuvius behind you as you cross. Upon arrival, sail to some of the fabled island sites, such as the Blue Grotto, known for its electric blue light. Once the private bath house of the Roman Emperor Tiberius, it was abandoned for centuries as it was feared it was cursed. Swim in the turquoise waters of the Green Grotto, splashing about under a natural arch, or admire the rock formations of the White Grotto, where a beautiful building can be spotted high above the cliffs. Go to the lighthouse of Punta Carena, built in the Marina Piccola in 1862, and marvel at the gleaming yachts of the rich and famous. Cruise through the natural hole of the I Faraglioni, backdrop to many ads. Dock in the Marina Grande to explore Capri on land. Walk through the gardens of the Villa San Michele, and learn about the emperor Tiberius at Villa Jovis. Take in the views from Monte Solaro, the highest peak of Capri, and enjoy a drink at the chic Hotel Quisisana. Lunch recommendations will be provided, or you are free to find your own quaint little café or restaurant. Catch a cab to Anacapri at the higher limits of Capri, and enjoy the hairpin bends of the scenic road to the island’s limits.

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What people are saying about Blue Grotto

It was just fantastic! We had a big boat with a lot of sunbathing area and a really great driver. You could bring your own food and drinks, swimming in the sea was possible. The tour is not as short as others. You drive around the entire island and special requests are catered for.

Very nice excursion on this beautiful boat, with top service on board and attentive and smiling captains! The extras: life jackets for the children, blankets to avoid catching cold, drinks and a delicious sandwich for the break in Capri

Wonderful experience! Our Guide Giuliano was really kind and the bath at the Green Cave was one of the best in my life The gozzo is the perfect boat to see Capri by sea

Very nice boat tour! Fully met our expectations! Children loved it too! I can only recommend it!

Todo salió perfecto y felicitamos a Víctor por su cordialidad! Disfrutamos el pase.