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Do you want to visit the Blue Grotto? Read on!

Practical tips on visiting the Blue Grotto: duration, hours, costs, opening/closing, tours.

Departure from: Capri

Transfer to Blue Grotto and Back- Blue Line

From € 17 per guest € 18 -6%

Duration 1 hour (Night)

  • Children ride free
  • Save 1 euro
  • Skip the line
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Departure from: Capri

Island Tour + Stop by Blue Grotto - Yellow Line

€ 18 per guest € 19 -5%

Duration 2 hours

  • Skip the line
  • Save money
  • See the island highlights
Very good (263)

Departure from: Capri, Naples

Tour of Pompeii, from Naples or Capri- for 4 People max

From € 220 Per car | Max 4 passengers

Duration 4 hours

  • Avoid crowds and delays
  • Beverages on board
  • English-speaking driver

FAQ

To visit Capri, should I book a tour or can I visit the island on my own?
Capri is a small island that is easy to visit on your own. That said, it can be crowded with long queues for the funicular, buses, and the Blue Grotto. In the summer, its fun and convenient to join shared boat tour departing from Sorrento or Positano.
Can I book a tour of the Blue Grotto?
The Blue Grotto is only open to the public when the sea and weather conditions are favorable; when there are strong winds and high seas, the grotto i closed. This is why tickets are only for sale directly at the entrance to the grotto and you can only book a tour that includes a stop to visit the Blue Grotto.
What kinds of guided tours are offered on Capri?
You can book a local guide to visit Capri town and Anacaprti, or join a guided hiking tour along the trails crisscrossing the island. You can also opt for self-guided packages like "Capri Day Tour" that includes a boat tour, lunch, and transportation tickets on the island, or all-inclusive tours from Sorrento and Positano.
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