I took a boat tour from Marina Grande for €18. The shades of blue, turquiose and emerald in the Green Grotto were spectacular.
About Green Grotta
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Along the boat ride around Capri Island, one gets the chance to contemplate the Green Grotta, a further treasure of nature in Italy.
All of the grotta in Capri are stunning, and a perfect way of spending a day. Hop on a boat, drink some wine and enjoy the sun and sights.
Most of the reviews here seem to be for the BLUE (Azzurra) grotto, which is on the opposite side of the island as the GREEN (Verde), and waaaaaay more touristy due to the restaurants and business that they have get people into the grotto. THIS...More
This a Beautiful and Unique area on the coast and a great place to swim with good access to the water through the restaurant. Queue to get into the Grotto was at least an hour so we opted for swimming instead. Also allow lots of...More
Well worth taking a boat trip around the island as you will see far more looking back at the island than you will from the crowded tourist spots on the island. It is funny to see all the boats jostling into the caves, with the...More
I was surprised that the colors of the water, reflected by the sun bouncing off the limestone, would give such differences in brilliant colors such as viridian green and azure blue. We were told that the Blue Grotto experience was very expensive (30 euro pp)...More
When you do a boat tour, you will certainly stop at the green grotto. You do not enter a grotto, but just go next to it with the boat. Depending on the weather, you will witness nice green waters. It is nice to see, but...More
Get a slightly sketch boat and they let you swim in it. The grotto is green and water is nice. Our boat met us on the other side of the grotto (we were slightly afraid he might leave when we jumped in).