Amazing Blue Grotto Cave of Capri


In 1826, a German writer named August Kopisch was the first to write about the beauty of the Blue Grotto (Grotta Azzurra) cave on the coast of the Island of Capri. The blue reflection is caused by sunlight that passes through a cavity underwater and shines through the seawater. The magnificent natural cave formations and the crystal blue water take you into a different world. Following are the photos from the outside and inside of the Blue Grotto Cave.

From the Outside

Aqua Grotto Capri Italy
Boats in Line | Dmmaus Flickr | Click to Enlarge :O

Aqua Grotto Capri Italy
The Gate | Lippu1961 Flickr | Click to Enlarge :O

Aqua Grotto Capri Italy
The Island Rocks | Kulturnik Flickr | Click to Enlarge :O

Aqua Grotto Capri Italy
Grotto Shadow | Roy Mac Flickr | Click to Enlarge :O

Aqua Grotto Capri Italy
HDR | A.Miens Flickr | Click to Enlarge :O

Aqua Grotto Capri Italy
Greenish Blue | Stuck in Custom Flickr | Click to Enlarge :O

From the Inside

Aqua Grotto Capri Italy
Illuminating Cave | Roy Mac Flickr | Click to Enlarge :O

Aqua Grotto Capri Italy
Cave Divers | Dr Steve Flickr | Click to Enlarge :O

Aqua Grotto Capri Italy
Between the Rocks | Simon Lo Flickr | Click to Enlarge :O

Aqua Grotto Capri Italy
Swimming | ViageroGengro Flickr | Click to Enlarge :O

Aqua Grotto Capri Italy
Just Beautiful | TJStevens82 Flickr | Click to Enlarge :O


10 responses to “Amazing Blue Grotto Cave of Capri”

  1. Such a beautiful place. I love the shot of the Illuminating cave especially the colors on the cave; simply beautiful.

  2. That is a really breathtaking picture. I will be taking my family there next year on our annual vacation. Thanks a lot for the photos. Also please keep up the great work with this site!

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