Blue Grotto – Blue Cave With Supernatural Blue Color of The Water
To enter the huge natural cave millions of years old, it needs to have a real adventurous spirit. While exploring their interior, you certainly expect to find a pale, blind creatures, huge stalactites, stalagmites and darkness. But these amazing caves have to offer something more special to anyone who dares to explore their depths.
Blue Grotto is daily visited by many tourists who will definitely not remain indifferent to its magical beauty. If you close your eyes while you enter the cave, the effect of stunning blue will be stronger when you open them.
Capri is island in Italy which for years is visited by rich eccentric tourists. The island can be reached only by boat. When you approach to the island, the view is really fascinating because of the mysterious caves and incredible peaks. You can have the best experience on the island by visiting the cave Blue Grotto. Blue Cave extends to the south coast and it is believed that kings used as a private bathing place. What makes this cave so special is the supernatural blue color of the water. You may be wondering from where it come that extremely blue color, inside the cave. The answer is simple. It is actually sunlight that penetrates through a submerged hole and then reflected in the white limestone and sand in the cave, shining underneath.
As soon as the sun rise, it filters red light leaving only blue color, resulting with an amazing phenomenon for which you do not need Photoshop to emphasize the beauty. You can visit Blue Grotto only when tides are low and the sea is calm because the cave mouth is two meters wide and roughly one meter high. To enter the Blue Grotto visitors must lay flat on the bottom of a small boat. Swimming in the Blue Cave is banned, both for safety reasons and to preserve water clarity.
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