Capri, Anacapri & Blue Grotto from Naples or Sorrento- Small Group Tour
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- Day Trip
- 8 hr
While spending your vacations in Sorrento or Naples, do not miss a full day tour to Capri. With the help of a local English-speaking guide, you will visit some of the main highlights of Capri in just one day. Once arrived to Capri by jetfoil you will see the authentic life of the island. Start by riding the Mamma Mia road, along the cliff. An experience for the brave ones! Reach the Blue Grotto, if weather permits you will go inside to marvel at the glowing shade of blue of the sea. Next you will go up to Anacapri, the highest town of the island. Here you can spend some leisure time shopping or eating a gelato. If you want you can go up to Monte Solaro by chairlift and marvel at a view of the Bay of Naples from the highest point of Capri! Stop by the Piazzetta of Capri, the main square and shop in the luxurious shops. An overwhelming day you won’t regret experiencing!
Operated by: Private Tours of Capri - Day Tour
Pass By: Anacapri
Anacapri is another town of Capri. It is located on the highest side of the island, from where you can marvel at stunning views of the Bay of Naples, Ischia, Procida and Mount Vesuvius. Here you can find many restaurants and less expensive shops.
Stop At: Blue Grotto
The Blue Grotto is a cave with a very small entrance, and depending on the weather and the sea tide, you can go inside with a small boat. Once inside you can marvel at the light blue colour of the water. The cave is open only in good sea conditions, if the Grotto is closed, you will do a shared boat ride around the island
Duration: 1 hour
Pass By: Capri
Capri is the name of the island and of the main town. Here you can visit the main square called Piazzetta and stroll along the alleyways full of high end brand shops.
Pass By: Via Camerelle
Via Camerelle is the main street of Capri where you can find luxurious shops of the best high end brands.
Pass By: Piazza Umberto I
The main square of Capri is also known as Piazzetta, literally small square, because it is a small space full of cafés and restaurants where locals and tourists like to spend their spare time.