Butlins circa 1970; join the crowds, selfie sticks and don't forget your bucket and spade....and if you're lucky you might get half drowned in oversweet cheap lemoncello.....frankly it was my fault for going on holiday by mistake (in June, in Italy, in a tourist spot? Surely not....)
This is not what you expect. The short boat trip is of course beautiful, but take the trip and forget the Grotto Smeraldo. I pay 5 euro to go in a boat inside the grotto but you dont need to. You can see it from land. We thought is was quite funny how they tricked us to pay for this.... 更多
While we drove from Salerno to Positano we stopped at this place that was recommended to us. unfortunately, it was already closed, so the next day we came back through Sorrento to Positano and entered the cave. The entry's fee was five euros (each). The cave's size is not so large, but it contains several geological phenomena that worth looking... 更多
Our driver stopped at the Grotto on the way to Amalfi. The elevator took us down to the Grotto were the boat was waiting for us. It was only $5 Euros for a short boat ride with history of the Grotto.
We took a 6 metre inflatable out of Positano on a three hour return trip to the Emerald Grotto. Along the way we stopped at a couple of smaller caves / swimming spots. One cave was large enough for our boat to travel inside. I must say we throughly enjoyed the journey to the Grotto. But...I knew we were in... 更多
We stop by on our way to Ravello from Positano. It's nothing extraordinary that you need to make a trip to visit . But if you in a area it's nice to stop by to see. It's a cave with stalagmites, roomy and it has some area that looks green because of the way the light touches it.
This is one of those situations where you think, we have come such a long way, we are in the area, so we might as well make the effort to see it. We caught the ferry from Salerno to Amalfi, then the bus to the Grotto. The people who rated it poor to average were around the mark. It was... 更多
beautiful, cave with amazing rock faces and emerald green water. Make sure your boat captain can get in there, if not bring your bathing suit or paddle board to go in and explore.
This is a tourist trap. Our guide was creepy first asking why we didn't bring a woman for him. Once on the boat, our "tour" consisted of "look, this rock looks like the Eiffel Tower, and this one looks like leaning tower of Pisa" and started splashing around with his oars making the water sparkle from the minuscule amount of... 更多