There is a place in Italy that was almost forgotten by the world. It’s so majestic and beautiful, that it’s incredible that it was almost lost to history. After seeing the pictures, you’ll be adding this destination to the top of your bucket list.
Prepare yourself…we are entering a cave of wonders...
The Blue Grotto was rediscovered in 1826, but during the Roman Empire it was a popular destination.
The grotto is known for its blue glowing waters, which are lit from below by a large underwater cave.
The waters are 150 meters deep. At the surface, the grotto measures 60 meters long and 25 meters wide.
After it was rediscovered, many statues on the cave walls also came to light.
But the main attraction is still the fluorescent blue water.
It’s absolutely mesmerizing.
Be sure to make the Blue Grotto a stop on your next Italian adventure. The amazing waters and rich history are an experience like none other, and isn’t that the point of travel?