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.
Miceska! Unexpectedly-the first noun in Kguoxue was the name of a cat. It's especially good, and I flipped around to tan my belly. The landlord in Split gave a mouth to the blue hole, and rushed to the last train to report an island-hopping speedboat group. Miceska was on the first island. There are only 600 residents on the small island, and some move to big cities for their children to study. It seems that which country the school district is in is a problem. However, it does not prevent the remaining residents and tourists from drinking and singing every night. The Blue Cave is a small rock chamber. When the weather is good, sunlight refracts in from the cracks under the water surface, forming a fluorescent effect, and light-tending little fish patrolling around. Although it only went in for ten minutes, the vision was too immortal. Our sailor sister said that there are monk sea lions lying on their stomachs in other caves, but they haven't seen it this day. Hwa Island is the one that takes a long time to stop and is easier to visit. There are two other spots where you can swim and snorkel briefly. The foreigner on the ship shook out all his equipment at this time, and Bang jumped into the water of eighteen or nine degrees. Okay, your body is good for you So what, the Adriatic Sea, it is so blue and so clear. Then, speedboat it, it is so bumpy.
The Blue Cave is also a building formed by geographical reasons. Many interesting architectural styles can be seen in the entrance of the cave. This place is also very popular. The Blue Cave also has very rich primitive stone forms, and the underwater temperature is also quite It's comfortable.
The Blue Cave is a famous natural landscape on Capri Island in Naples, Italy. Usually after taking a boat to the pier on Capri Island, calculate the time according to the tide level and transfer to a small yacht, and circle the island counterclockwise to the blue hole under the coast of Anacapri. You can also take a local bus, go directly to the road above the blue cave, and then walk along the stone steps to the shore next to the blue cave. When the sun is shining and the tide level is right, tourists can sit in groups of several people, sit on the small sampans, and enter the blue cave by the boatman. When you look back at the cave entrance, you can see that the sea below the cave entrance is a charming blue , Exudes a beautiful light. If the tide level is too high and the seawater floods the cave entrance, visitors will naturally not be able to enter and exit the Blue Hole through the sampan. On the contrary, the tide level is too low and the exposed part of the cave entrance is too high, which will also affect the blue light effect in the cave.
Let's talk about the landscape first. Compared with the laborious traffic and waiting time, the value of the blue hole for more than ten minutes can only be measured by myself. I personally think that the price is a bit high. If you stay for one night, it is worth it. The blue water is beautiful.