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Grotto of Bue Marino

In the the bluest sea of the eastern coast

Located in the east coast of Sardinia, in the town of dorgali, is situated one of the most fascinating sea caves on the island.
The the Grotto of Bue Marino, so called because until a few years ago it was inhabited by monk seals, it is cove 15 kilometers long.
 
"A must-see in the crystal clear waters of the Gulf of Orosei."
 
It is a spacious gallery full of stalactites and stalagmites, reflected in the crystalline waters of a lake, creating gamess of light of various colors. The cave is also important from the archaeological point of view. In fact, in the original wall, were found engravings depicting a dance and dating back to Prenuraghic Era of the island.