Located on the Lustica Peninsula, just outside the Bay of Kotor, the Blue Cave, also known as the Blue Grotto, is a magnificent sea cave that glows with a striking Blue Hue. The cave si only accessible by boat, and you are in for a treat as you witness the magical play of light ont he walls of the cave.
The best way to see the Blue Cave is to take a tour from the Bay of Kotor, which is a great way to experience the stunning coastline of seaside hamlets and turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea.
When you get to the cave, you get the full impact of the beauty of the cave's interior. The Blue Cave gets its name from the blue light the reflects off the walls and water. The light is a result of the sun's rays entering the cave through and underwater opening and reflecting off the limestone walls. The result is a mesmerizing blue color that fills the entire cave.
Inside the cave you can swim in the clear water or explore the cave by boat. The cave is not vey large, but it's beauty is breathtaking. Under the surface you'll see colored fish darting around the rocky bottom.
We love visiting the Blue Cave and we definitely think is a must-see for anyone visiting Montenegro. So, while you are here, make sure to add the Blue Cave to your itinerary and experience the magic for yourself!