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A Capri Island boat trip with Grottos in Campania is an unforgettable experience. This stunning Italian island is located in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the coast of Naples and is a popular tourist destination. The island is known for its stunning scenery, crystal clear waters, and its unique grottos, or sea caves. On a Capri Island boat trip, you can explore these grottos, as well as the island's many other attractions.

The boat trip begins with a brief overview of the island and its history, before you set out to explore the grottos. The grottos are located in the sea caves of the island and are filled with colorful coral and sea life. You can also take a dip in the crystal clear waters of the grottos and explore the fascinating rock formations. After exploring the grottos, you can take a break and enjoy a delicious Italian lunch on the boat.

Once lunch is finished, you can continue your boat trip and explore the island's many other attractions. You can visit the famous Blue Grotto, a stunning natural cave filled with turquoise waters. You can also take a tour of the island's many beautiful gardens and villas, and visit the ancient ruins of the Roman Empire.

At the end of the day, you can enjoy a romantic dinner on the boat, and watch the sun set over the Tyrrhenian Sea. A Capri Island boat trip with Grottos in Campania is an unforgettable experience, and one that will stay with you for a lifetime.

Frequently asked questions

What is the duration of this trip?

The boat trip around Capri Island with Grottos typically takes around 7 hours.

What should I bring on the trip?

Apart from your holiday mood, it is recommended to bring sunblock, a hat, and a camera to capture the beautiful views!

What are the departure times of the trip?

The trip usually starts at 10am and there's another one at 2pm daily.

Is it possible to swim in the Blue Grotto?

Due to the nature of the Blue Grotto and safety regulations, swimming is not permitted there.

Are there any age restrictions?

There are no age restrictions, but children under 5 years old are generally not recommended due to the long duration of the trip.

Is there a lunch break?

Yes, a small break is given at noon so you can enjoy lunch at one of the local restaurants on the island.

Are beverages included in the package?

Water is included in the package, but additional drinks must be purchased separately.

Is the trip wheelchair accessible?

Unfortunately, due to the nature of boats and cave structures, the trip is not wheelchair accessible.

Are bathroom facilities available during the trip?

There are no bathrooms available on the boat, but there are bathroom facilities at the various stops.

Are the grottos accessible all year round?

Weather permitting, the grottos are accessible from spring to autumn, but they may be closed in winter due to rough sea conditions.