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Capri Boat Tour With Stop by the Blue Grotto

1. Capri Boat Tour With Stop by the Blue Grotto

No visit to Capri, Italy, is complete without a boat tour around its turquoise waters and dramatic coastline, dotted with tiny coves and breathtaking grottoes. This Yellow Line tour is the ideal way to explore them all! The tour starts from Marina Grande and includes a visit inside all the sea caves around the island and a stop at the Blue Grotto (optional entry ticket can be purchased on the spot). The island tour lasts from two to two and half hours and includes a stop at the Blue Grotto long enough for you to transfer on a rowboat and do the visit inside. Afterwards you will come back on the boat to continue the tour. Come to pier Number 0 in the Port of Capri from 09:30 AM to 02.00 PM and you'll be boarded on the first boat available. Departures are about every 30 minutes, everyday.

From Amalfi: Small Group Boat Excursion to Capri Island

2. From Amalfi: Small Group Boat Excursion to Capri Island

Take a full day cruise to Capri Island to explore its beaches, bays, and grottos. Start your day with pickup from your hotel in Amalfi and set sail along the coast of Sorrento. On the way to the island, relax on board and admire the secret grottoes along the coastline. Your first stop will be at the small waterfall of Marciano, where you can take beautiful photos and take a refreshing dip under the water.   Continuing on your way, you’ll see the beautiful secluded cove of Cala di Mitigliano, and Punta Campanella, the tip of the Sorrentine peninsula with its ancient watchtower.     When you arrive at Capri, you’ll immediately see a Roman palace, and two beautiful grottoes, the Coral Grotto and the White Grotto. Then, navigate to the Faraglioni, the symbol of the island with its cave of love. Admire the famous natural arch of Capri and Villa Malaparte, the set of famous films and commercials.   Take another dip near Marina Piccola, the most beautiful bay on the island. Take four to five hours of free time to explore the island of dreams on your own: stroll through the small towns, relax on the beach, and admire the scenery.   On the return trip, see the Green Grotto and the outside of the Blue Grotto. You’ll return to the port and be taken back to your hotel in Amalfi.

Capri: Boat Tour Priority Tickets & Blue Grotto (Optional)

3. Capri: Boat Tour Priority Tickets & Blue Grotto (Optional)

Experience the majestic beauty of Capri by boat on a trip around the entire coast, and marvel at the caves that line the shore along with other natural features. You can choose to depart in the morning on a boat scheduled to arrive at the Blue Grotto before 13:00, when the lines can be very long. Take advantage of non-stop departures every 30 minutes from Pier 21 in the Marina Grande, and then cruise across the sparkling waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Pass iconic attractions, such as Tiberius's Leap where, according to legend, disobedient servants and undesired guests at the Villa Jovis were hurled over the cliff on the orders of Emperor Tiberius. See the stone arch of Arco Naturale, dating from the Paleolithic age, and pass the iconic Faraglioni rock formations before your arrival at the Blue Grotto. To visit the sea cave, board the small wooden rowboat and pay the additional €15 entrance fee. The visit is optional, and the lines can sometimes be as long as 2 hours. Along the way, benefit from the services of an English-speaking skipper - some also speak French and Spanish. 

Capri Island Full Day Trip from Sorrento & Boat Ride

4. Capri Island Full Day Trip from Sorrento & Boat Ride

After a pick-up at your hotel you’ll meet your guide at Nerano's pier, 30 minutes by bus, and board the boat for Capri Island. The full-day journey takes you via Punta del Capo and the Baths of Queen Giovanna, and the seat of Villa Pollio Felix, the most important Roman archaeological site in Sorrento. You’ll sail along the Sorrento peninsula’s rocky coastline, Massa Lubrense and Mitigliano Bay. The scenic crossing over from mainland Nerano/Sorrento Coast to Capri Island is approximately 35 minutes. When you arrive on the island in the morning at Marina Grande Harbour you can enjoy enough free time on your own as you wish (option 1), or, for an additional cost, join the recommended visit to both main towns, Capri and Anacapri, via a private minibus skip-the-line service with your guide, to save time and see more (option 2). The 1-hour boat ride around the entire island will normally happen in the afternoon. You can choose to follow a guided tour of the island (additional cost), or discover the island on your own. At the end of the day you’ll take the boat back to Sorrento.

From Naples: Tour of Capri and Blue Grotto

5. From Naples: Tour of Capri and Blue Grotto

Start your day trip by boarding the fast ferry for a scenic 55-minute ride to the Island of Capri. Arriving at the colorful Marina Grande your guide will organize the transfer with local private minibuses along the famous road to Anacapri village located about 1800 ft above sea level. After discovering the history of the village you may take the chairlift to Monte Solaro, the highest point of the island or visit the beautiful Villa San Michele and gardens of Axel Munthe, a Swedish physician and author of the famous book, "The Story of San Michele". After, you will have more time to explore Anacapri before the return drive half way to Capri Town. The route will offer magnificent views along the way. Walk with your guide through narrow streets to the fabled plaza, La Piazzetta, which is surrounded by old buildings, chic boutiques and gift shops and filled with sidewalk cafes. Popular with tourists and local alike, Capri is always crowded and bustling with activity. You will have time to explore before heading back down to Marina Grande. If you want, you can circumnavigate the entire coastline of Capri  by boat (not inclued) and then visit the beautiful Faraglioni rock. Go inside the Green Grotto, as well as the marvelous White Grotto. Pass by a natural arch, the lighthouse of Capri, the Marina Grande and Marina Piccola and finally the Coral Grotto. This takes about 1 hour and you will skip the long lines and have plenty of opportunities to take photographs.

Capri: Boat Tour, Blue Grotto, Funicular, Lunch DIY Package

6. Capri: Boat Tour, Blue Grotto, Funicular, Lunch DIY Package

This package is a do-it-yourself day-trip that lets you visit the island of Capri in complete independence. Included are includes tickets and vouchers for a boat trip of the island (with a stop by the Blue Grotto included), return tickets for Funicular, and a 3-course lunch in a local restaurant. There is no guide nor set schedule, so you can organize your day to fit your travel style and pace. This package is perfect for visitors with limited time on the island of Capri who would like to explore on their own. The suggested itinerary is as follows: Once you disembark on Capri, first proceed to Motoscafisti di Capri pier number 0 to claim your package tickets. Then, board the first available boat for the tour of the island which includes a stop by the Blue Grotto (if open due to the weather). After the boat tour, take the funicular up to Capri town's Piazzetta and explore the center. You can then have lunch at the restaurant "La Pigna", before strolling through the Gardens of Augustus, Via Camerelle and Via Tragara, and even Villa Jovis. Finally, you can take the funicular back down to the port when you are ready.

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What people are saying about Blue Grotto

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 644 reviews

The whole day was well organised and our Tour Guide, Maria, was exceptionally good. If you do your homework on visiting Capri, you will know that thousands visit every day. We were driven to Nerano and taken on a beautiful boat to Capri. We took the tour advice and decided to use their exclusive Minibus tour. This meant we got to spend about 90 minutes in Capri and 3 hours in AnaCapri without having to worry about missing ferries etc. The additional €22 pp cost was well worth it when you consider that going up and down on the public buses (if you can get on them) would set you back €15. We also spent another €12pp on the chairlift which was amazing (this from someone who hates heights). The boat tour round the island at the end of the day was the perfect end. I cannot fault this experience and would highly recommend it to anyone. Remember also the Blue Grotto experience only usually runs about 150-160 days a year so there are no guarantees. Glad we didn’t bother

I could not recommend this trip more. Everything about it was fabulous. Maria our guide was very informative and professional. The guys on the boat trip were fun and engaging. Very good value for money, excellent service fun day out in Capri. Much better value than our other TUI trips. Dont hesitate to book with Getyourguide

Great. We took a boat ride around Capri, seeing the caves and lighthouse. The only problem was that English is kind of bad to understand. The tour to the Blue Grotto is paid separately. It's a small cave with blue water.

I recommend beautiful views, great organized trip, nice captain who speaks Italian and English. The cruise time around the island with a stop in the blue grotto is 2 hours.

Very well organised trip and great Blue Grotto experience