Discovering the most beautiful island
Capri boat tour from Sorrento
The most memorable day of your holiday on the Sorrento Coast
Discover the island of Capri
The Boat Tour to Capri is the most requested boat tour by our customers and this is why Sorrento Coast Charter runs tours daily accompanying dozens of tourists to the island of VIPs.
Choosing to visit the island by boat is the best way to spend a carefree, relaxing day in the sun, sea enjoying the marvelous beauty of this island in all its facets, free from crowds and obligatory stops.
Capri by boat from Sorrento
Our skippers, who also speak English, will take you to explore the coast of Capri, the hidden coves and the waters of a thousand shades of blue, which, while snorkeling, will reveal the richness of the seabed on this pristine island.
We will show you the Island of Capri in all its amazing beauty during this boat tour from Sorrento, where you will also see the island’s most famous and photographed landmarks.
You will go home richer in beauty, relaxation and fun from this fantastic boat tour to Capri Island.
The program of the boat tour to Capri from Sorrento
- Pick up at your hotel or meeting point at the agreed time.
- Departure from the port of Sorrento with a route to Capri.
- Arrival in Capri and pass through the Faraglioni.
- Arrival at port of Capri with the possibility to disembark on the island and free time to visit the island.
- Meet back at the port of Capri at the agreed time
- Tour of the island by boat with stops to visit the Grotta Meravigliosa, the White Grotto, the Green Grotto; along the way you can see the Natural Arch, the villa of Curzio Malaparte and the lighthouse of Punta Carena.
- Stop for swimming and snorkeling in the crystal-clear waters of one of Capri's bays, snacks and drinks offered on-board.
Stop at the Blue Grotto (on request).
- Return to the port of Sorrento in the afternoon with limoncello tasting along the way.
What is included
english language skipper
The beauties of Capri with our boat tour
Marina Grande of Capri
Marina Grande is the main port of the island of Capri and it where tourists disembark daily in search of the beauties of Capri.
Characteristic of this area are the colourful cottages of the fishermen who have preserved the typical appearance of the fishing village. The popular beaches of Capri are Le Ondine, Lo Smeraldo and the free beach of Marina Grande. From the Marina you can easily reach the famous Piazzetta and the shopping streets of Capri.
A fairly large sea cave which can be accessed by boat through a small opening, one meter high which only allows visitors to enter lying on the bottom of a small boat which is towed inside by a walled chain at the entrance. Once inside you will be witness to the spectacular blue coloured water, the result of a complex phenomenon of light refraction. From a submerged entrance, larger than the one currently accessed, the sun's rays are reflected to create this luminous spectacle.
To reach the famous Piazzetta of Capri, also known as the "living room of the world", from the port of Marina Grande you can take the funicular (running every 15 minutes from April) or the bus. Arriving in "chiazza" the name in dialect that the people of Capri call the Piazzetta, it is impossible not to sit outdoors at one of the bars enjoying a good coffee and breathing in some of its worldly atmosphere. The symbol of the Piazzetta is the famous Clock Tower, the bell tower of the Church of Saint Stephen, the main church of Capri.
The Faraglioni of Capri are three rocky peaks, emerging from the sea, and located southeast of the island. Famous all over the world, they are the true symbol of the blue island and can be admired in all their beauty from the Gardens of Augustus. The first (joined to the mainland) is the Faraglione di Terra (the earth’s faraglione); the second, separated from the first by the sea, is the Faraglione di Mezzo (the middle faraglione); while the third, stretching out towards the sea, is the Faraglione di Fuori (the outside faraglione). The latter is well-known as it is the only habitat of the famous blue lizard.
The Lighthouse of Punta Carena
The lighthouse has been active since 1867 and is one of the largest lighthouses in Italy after that of Genoa.
It consists of an octagonal masonry tower with lantern and gallery, placed above a two-storey building for the lighthouse keeper. The lighthouse was recently repainted and is now white with red vertical stripes and the caretaker's house is red.
The Grotta Meravigliosa and the White Grotto
The Grotta Meravigliosa is one of the largest caves in Capri and is located right above the equally famous cave, the White Grotto (among over 70 natural cave found on the island). Not being at sea level, access to the Grotta Meravigliosa is only possible by a stone staircase. Once you reach the end of the staircase, you will admire the colors that the stalactites and stalagmites, with the reflection of the sun, produce inside the cave and you will understand the reason for its name. The White Grotto, on the other hand, is at sea level and can be accessed directly; here you can admire the white limestone vaults from whose colour the cave takes its name.
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