Do you wish to have more time to live Capri by boat? Celebrate that special occasion, like an anniversary? Or do you just want to have a real chance to enter the must-see Blue Grotto? This 3-hour boat tour of Capri is the right option for you.
On a 2-hour tour it is more difficult to explore all attractions of Capri, including the Blue Grotto; you need to change to a smaller boat and there might be a long waiting line in peak seasons. But with more time at your disposal, you surely will be able to.
During a 3-hour tour for couples, you can see the island from a traditional Caprese gozzo, only you and your soul-mate. A skipper with sailing experience drives and guides you to the Blue Grotto (on request) and the lesser known sea grottoes (White, Green and Red Grotto). You pass by the Faraglioni Rocks and sail through the Lovers Arch; should you kiss your partner while crossing the arch, it will grant you good luck and love. Other landmarks on the way are: Punta Carena Lighthouse, the Natural Arch, the “scugnizzo Gennarino” Statue, etc.
You can take a dip into the sea, maybe in front of a breathtaking cave, take wonderful pictures with scenic surroundings in the background or just relax in the sun on deck. If you prefer you can also have a picnic on board. Soft drinks and water are included, as well as snorkeling equipment.
Your tour starts in Marina Grande. You will board on a gozzo boat with a personal skipper who will also act as your guide.
The Blue Grotto is a natural cavern and considered a must-see one when in Capri. And it is truly a special place. You will stop in front of it. The entrance is optional and subject to a little extra charge, as you need to change to a smaller boat. On a 3 or 4-hour boat tour you will surely have the chance to enter the cave without missing out to see all other attractions. There can be, in fact, long waiting lines to get in during high seasons.
Majestic and stunning with its fierce beauty, that's how Punta Carena Lighthouse appears from the sea.
Only visible by taking a boat tour, the Red Grotta is as enchanting as the Blue Grotto, even if lesser famous. It takes its name from the corals that dye the rocks in shades of red.
Perfect place to swim, the Green Grotto will capture you for the emerald green water of the sea you will find here.
The Faraglioni are three iconic rock formations, famous for the Lovers Arch in the middle of the second one known as "Faraglione di Mezzo".
On the east coast of the island of Capri, it's a rock arch dating from the Paleolithic age.
Made up of two caves, one above the other, this grotto is one of the most scenic ones for its stalactites and stalagmites. Boats usually get very close or enter it.
Your tour ends where it started, at Marina Grande.