Polignano's Caves Tour
Excursions and boat trips
We do the sea caves tour of Polignano a Mare with a boat of 22 feets (model 22x) 6,5 meters, with sunshade, we can go inside the caves, the rate of the shared tour is:
€ 30 per person, children under 3 free, from 6 to 12 € 15 - the duration is 2 hours, with departure from Cala Ponte Marina (Polignano’s Port).
During the tour we will stop for swimming. We request minimum 2 people for the shared tour.
If you rent the boat privately (including gasoline and skipper) the rates are:
€ 180,00 (2 HOURS) - (€ 250 on August)
€ 360 (4 HOURS)
The departures are at: 9.30 AM; 11.30 AM; 2 PM; 4 PM; 6 PM (sunset tour).
Discover the amazing coast and the sea caves of Polignano a Mare - PUGLIA.
The only way to visit the caves of Polignano a Mare is a boat trip, admire tall cliffs, caves and the profile of the old town centres with the domes of the churches. We leave every day, all year long, according to sea weather conditions. Explore the many grottos that have been created by the sea over millennia, spending two hours of relax and fun. During the tour we will be able to stop for swimming.
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- Grotta della Rondinella Is one of the most famous and impressive cavities of the coastline of Polignano a Mare, in the province of Bari. It has two entrances: from the ground, through a collapse (sinkhole) and beach with a large gate that leads to a nice beach cobblestone.
- Grotta Palazzese o Grotta del Palazzobecause property of a feudal lord, evocative of eighteenth-century ballroom located on the Via Appia. Famous painters and visitors from many countries of Europe have immortalized in various works, by emphasizing its uniqueness and its imposing beauty.
- Grotta Arcivescovado
- Grotta Sotto Favale
- Grotta S. Pietro e Paolo
- Grotta Azzurra
- Grotta Ardito
- Colonna d’Ercole
- Grotta S. Cosimo, S. Damiano e S. Espedito
- Grotta delle Monache
- Grotta della Colonna
- Scoglio dell’Eremita
- Porta Alga
- Grotta di Pozzo Vivo
- Grotta dei Colombi