The trip started out on the boat which was a little expensive (13 Euro per person) but I think overall it was worth it as the bus can take a little long and there's alot of steps to get down to the grotto.
We really did enjoy the boat trip, it was a little bit rough but it is expected with crossing the sea. It was quite windy and I got quite cold but I ended up getting sunburnt so be careful!! The wind fools you into thinking it's not hot.
Once we got to the grotto we were charged a further 10 Euro per person
to enter the grotto. It was an amazing experience (one similar to the Marble Arch Caves in Fermanagh, Northern Ireland only on a grander scale). Briliant day out well worth the money.
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