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This is a nice little cave next to a deep blue sea. If you go in summer it is nice to go inside and profit from the cooler temperature. When you exit, you are going to appreciate the deep blue sea. You need to pay...More
We unknowingly bought a tour of the Grotto at the top of the entrance thinking you had to to be able to swim there, but you don’t. The whole tour was in Italian, of course, and it was not different to any other grotto/limestone cave...More
English was not our guide's strong point, but she did a decent job explaining the background. Interesting to see the rock formations and former levels of guano, and see all the dates of people who had cleaned it up! We didn't do the boat trip,...More
This part of Italy has many caves with direct access to the sea. Nowadays the sea is at a different level and all of these caves can not be accessed anymore or are not open to the public. The grotta Zinzulusa is the only one...More
Worth the visit at 6 € per person, includes a guided tour. Stalagmites galore and interesting history. You can hear bats in some sections of the entrance to the grotta. It takes about 15 to 20 minutes to walk the 100 meters or so inside...More
Beautiful caves you can enter paying 6€ there be a guide that will take you for a tour and talk to you about how the cave was formed about the fauna. After you finish the tour you can pay 5€ to go to the other...More
If you do like caves, this is a big cave and you get to go close to the stalagmites and stalactites. And our guide was charming and had good English. But we had to wait around for the tour to start, and then as a...More