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You can swim or climb the cliffs in the Green Grotto, which looks like an enormous liquid emerald.
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Capri, Island of Capri, Italy
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 27 January 2013

We rented a boat for the day and our captain took us to the Green Grotto. I am a bit puzzled by the poor reviews but I wonder if the reviewers swam through the grotto? We were there in August and got a chance to...More

12  Thank mcelenti
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 17 October 2015 via mobile

When speaking to friends and colleagues about what to do on the Amalfi Coast, several people recommended this as a "must do" on Capri. We had already spent €30 just to get over to the Island. We had to pay a further €14 for a...More

5  Thank JCBobs85
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Reviewed 29 September 2018

Accessible via boat tour/ private boat. Not as crowded as Blue Grotta and very beautiful! We came here with Gianni's Boat's which is a company I highly recommend. This is part of their 3 hour tour.

1  Thank Caroline S
Reviewed 6 September 2018 via mobile

Came here on a small boat tour from Positano to Capri Island. Only accessed via boat. It was busy with tour boats trying to back in and show off the green coloured water, with a small arch that leads to the other side of the...More

2  Thank andy_d_c123
Reviewed 4 September 2018

The Green Grotto is a really nice place to stop and did not seem to be as crowded as the other grotto’s. You will need a smaller boat to get up close but it is worth the effort.

Thank K6820DCjoel
Reviewed 3 September 2018

Ok, I had heard about this so we took a tour and the captain just backed the boat into the grotto, some people decided to swim through the grotto. I was taken with the colour of the water. Our guide told us it is because...More

Thank j0anne20
Reviewed 28 July 2018 via mobile

Highly recommend visiting Capri. Don’t schedule a tour. Rent a boat and have them take you all around the island. The larger boats can’t get into all of the grottos. Plus you can do some swimming.

1  Thank Michele R
Reviewed 27 July 2018 via mobile

Ok so it’s further to travel and you have to swim into the grotto but I am so pleased we did it. It wasn’t too busy in the grotto and it is truly emerald green. Great photos. Great experience.

2  Thank Rob B
Reviewed 17 July 2018

Such an amazing experience . Love to swim inside green grotta . The different shades of the water are amazing : light blue. Green light green .

Thank Raffaellaglemann
Reviewed 10 July 2018

This Grotto is utterly mesmerising. The colour of the water has to be seen to be believed. We stopped here for a swim during a private boat tour around the island and were the only people in the water. it is certainly an experience not...More

Thank Hitchcock2
Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

Boat trip to get there then transfer into a small rowing boat to go inside because it is very low. Amazing colours and really is nature at its best. Best to go early morning as queues can really start to build later in the day.

Thank MalcH
Reviewed 5 July 2018

I don't think anyone goes into the green or white grottos as you might go into the blue grotto, but its part of most of the boat tours and we enjoyed it. I did see people swimming so perhaps the "tours" of the green and...More

2  Thank marketexas
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lisapaladino
3 March 2018|
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Response from nanacake | Reviewed this property |
The boats that take you on a tour around the island also stop momentarily at the Green Grotto, even back part way into it. It’s very beautiful. But it’s not the same experience as the Blue Grotto where a boatman takes you... More
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seranita
26 July 2016|
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Response from kzha | Reviewed this property |
You can visit this grotta whenever (there is no cop/ticket-agent to stop you, unlike at Grotta Azurra): but note that the green hue is visible only during the sunlight. so, anytime when the sun is up should be fine. it... More
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Crugg
12 March 2015|
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Response from gsxrEastSussex |
Good, you can swim through it and be collected the other side.
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