Special Capri Blue Grotto Boat Tour
Explore the beautiful Faraglioni Rocks, the Blue Grotto, the White Grotto, and the Punta Carena Lighthouse. Sail down the coast of Sorrento to see a beautiful fishing village called Marina Grande and an old Roman house.
- Sorrento coastline
- Blue Grotto
- Marina Grande
- Faraglioni Rocks
- Lighthouse of Punta Carena
- Professional guide
- A skip-the-line early visit to the Blue Grotto
- Seasonal fruit
- Snorkeling equipment
- Embarkation tax in Sorrento + disembarkation tax in Capri: 7.50 per person
- Entrance ticket to the Blue Grotto: 14.00 per person to be paid in cash on spot
During this day trip from the port of Sorrento, you will soak up the sun, swim in the crystal water, and explore the surrounding natural scenery. This is an ideal skip-the-line tour with a visit to the world-famous Blue Grotto! On the first part of our trip, we will sail along Sorrento's coast to learn about Marina Grande, a beautiful fishing village, an ancient Roman villa, and a waterfall that the Romans used. The ambiance of Sorrento's former life as a fishing community can still be found in this charming neighborhood.
We will arrive at Capri and the Blue Grotto in around an hour. The Blue Grotto is the most well-known of all the attractions that Capri has to offer; it gets its name from the blue color of the water, which is caused by the refraction of light. The blue glow of the water is caused by sunlight that penetrates the cave from below a rock lip located near the entrance. The rock lip only extends into the water a few feet from the top of the water column. The Blue Grotto is the most well-known sight on the island, and visitors to Capri should only consider their vacation complete once they have seen it.
We will see the famous Faraglioni Rocks, the Green Grotto, the White Grotto, the Wonderful Grotto, and the Lighthouse of Punta Carena. The first place to stop for a swim will be in the vicinity of Marina Piccola. After being revitalized by the coolness of the water, take a break with a typical Italian sandwich, and then use the next three hours of free time to explore the downtown area. The tour's final stop will be there, where we will enjoy a glass of Prosecco. The trip back to Sorrento starts at four in the afternoon.