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With a few clicks you can visit this amazing natural cave, plunging yourself in a dreamy atmosphere, with clear blue waters and beautiful play of lights. An irresistible destination for those who love the sea and boating! Do not miss this charming creation of nature, an uncontaminated place that will leave you breathless!
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Service fees and eventual temporary exhibition fees are always due.
Open every day from 9.00 am to one hour before sunset (the ticket office closes one hour before).
Closed on: 1st January and 25th December
The access to the cave could be limited in case of bad weather and sea.
From the port of Capri there are private boats that will take you to the boat-ticket office; from here you will take special boats called "gozzetti" which will lead you inside the Grotto.
Located on the Island of Capri, this wonderful cave is large about 25 meters and long about 60 and we can access through an entrance about one meter high. Inside, the show that we face is amazing, clear waters, deep blue and almost surreal, with evocative infiltrations of light that create beautiful silvery glows on the rocks, all accompanied by the voices of the guides who often sing to highlight the echoes and sounds of this magic place.
The cave had been known since Roman times and it seems that especially the Emperor Tiberius used it as a sea nymphaeum and also wanted to built a private path between his villa and the cave. The place became famous starting from 1826 when a fisherman, Angelo Ferraro, made it known to the German artist August Kopish, and today is one of the most popular destinations of Campania region.