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Grotta Azzurra

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Recommended sightseeing time:1-2 hours
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Grotta Azzurra, AnacapriMap

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Capri Island has the Blue Hole known as one of the seven wonders of the world. The Blue Cave is a limestone topography and is a sea-eroded cave. The entrance of the cave is under the cliff. The entrance is very small. The height above the sea is only 85 cm. Therefore, it can only be entered by swimming or by boat on a calm and sunny day. The reason why the blue cave is called the "blue cave" is because the sunlight shines from the narrow entrance into the spacious cave and reflects up through the blue water in the cave, making the entire sea cave appear a magnificent crystal blue.

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The Blue Hole is a well-known attraction in Capri, and it is not an exaggeration to say that many people go to Capri for the purpose of the Blue Hole. Due to the special structure of the entrance of the cave, the seawater in the cave is crystal blue. The sea water on the surface of the blue hole is dark blue, while the deep sea water is sky blue, and the rocks in the cave are also blue. When the weather is fine, the blue hole is extraordinarily beautiful and enchanting.
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