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Go on a bright day so that you actually see the light coming in to the grotto. Reasonable at 5 euro (1 pint of lager back home) and quite charming in an understated way. Give the boatman - euro, he is trying.
We were traveling from Positano to Amalfi and our guide recommended we stop. The entrance fee is 5 euro per person and includes a little boat float around the grotto. It’s pretty inside and worth the stop if you’re driving by
Grotto Smeraldo was a blast. The water was just as blue but no claustrophobia involved. The best part is that you gey rowed around get to see the nativity scene under water and serenaded. Yes serenaded by one young one older wonderful man who will...More
Take the ferry to Amalfi and pick up a tour boat to the grotto. Expect to pay 10 euros return, then another 5 euros for the grotto. You may want to save your money for the Blue Grotto on Capri but it was a pleasant...More
This is a nice little grotto that provides some relatively cheap entertainment. The grotto is interesting with the color and rock formations. The guide is very entertaining (especially if they serenade you).
If you get there before the tour buses, it is a tourist fast...More
Having being put off after reading the bad reviews about tourists being ripped off with exorbitant costs for the Blue Grotto on Capri my wife and I decided to give the Grotta dello Smeraldo a go. We drove there, parking was pretty casual. Walked down...More
We took a boat trip from Amalfi to the Grotta dello Smeraldo Ok the grotto itself isn't the eighth wonder of the world, but if you limit your expectations,sit back and enjoy the boat trip along the stunning Amalfi coast, to reach the grotto entrance,...More