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It's a big cave that is accessible from the sea facing side via a walk way. Prices are around €5 for an adult and the tour of the cave is guided (in Italian, although our guide spoke very good English). The cave is about 100...More
I actually wanted to go to Grotto Romanelli, but came across this one, which seems to be quite popular, with hotels & shops & large parking lot. Paid 5 euros per person, and a guide to tour the cave. Our guide is an archeologist and...More
The view is beautiful - you go down the cliff and into the cave, however, the cave is small, the stalactites and stalagmites are not that impressive. It is nice but ain't worth a trip. The views outside and around are much nicer.
Fabulous , worth a trip down to have a look in the grotte and a swim in the sea . There are bars & shops near the grotte which are worth a visit & you can either travel by boat or car as there is...More
Half hour tour in a really nice cave. The entering is in the front of sea with a nice view on the rocks. The cave it's safe. Inside the cave there are two small lakes and several examples of stalactites and stalagmites. Guided tour in...More