Motoscafisti di Capri
- Tour of the island and stop by the Blue Grotto
- Departures any time
- Booking not necessary
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Since 1955 the Motoscafisti Capri organize tours of the Island and transfers to the Blue Grotto: the most beautiful and cheapest way to discover Capri from the sea.
Tour of the island
- Departures: from 9.30 to 13 nonstop departures all day for the Tour of the Island. Arrivals in the afternoon on request.
- Time: 2 hours
- Price: EUR 18. Children under 3 years free.
The sailor will show you all the amazing beauties of Capri: the Salto di Tiberio, the Grotta Bianca, the Faraglioni, the Grotta Verde, the Lighthouse of Punta Carena and finally the Blue Grotto where we will stop by for those who want to visit it. The ticket for entering the Grotto is due to pay at the entrance.
Transfer to the Blue Grotto
- Departures: from 9 to 17 nonstop departures all day departures from pier n.0 in Marina Grande
- Time: 1 hour
- Price: EUR 15
Motoscafisti di Capri will accompany you from Marina Grande to the entrance of the Blue Grotto, where you have to move to a smaller rowing boat for entering the cave. The ticket for the Blue Grotto must be paid separately and it costs 13.50 euros.
Motoscafisti di Capri also organize excursions with private boat, planning tours for large groups and providing transfer&charter service.
Motoscafisti di Capri: TripAdvisor reviews®Back to the top
Great bang for your buck
We visited in September 2016. We took the ferry from Sorrento to Capri. When we walked down the pier there was a booth selling tickets for a boat ride around the island. We decided to take it. The... more »
It was a lovely day. But...
We visited Capri as part of a larger tour. The Yellow Ticket Package was provided for us. This package tours the Blue Grotto and goes most of the way around the island. There are other package tours... more »
Best value and great tour
I was worried that we needed a private tour boat to get into the blue grotto effectively. We arrived at the harbour and quickly went to the pier. We arrived at 10am and we could see they were... more »