Halfway through our cruise around Malta, the Fernandes dropped anchor for our sumptuous lunch as well as for a quick cooling dip into the sea. We relaxed here and prepared to board the smaller boats that would take us into the caves of the Blue Lagoon. Also, once anchored in the secluded bay, many spent time swimming, snorkeling , sunbathing and otherwise enjoying relaxing on the spacious decks. It was a continuation of a lovely day.
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Have you ever seen a more beautiful blue? You should see it in person; it took my breath away! The well named area is a popular tourist attraction although, it seems to me, that more divers seem to favor the Blue Grotto, on the other side of Malta for underwater beauty. As I’m not a diver, I can’t compare.
All I can say is that moving through the caves with these fluorescent waters is an experience unlike no other. There seems to be another source of light that we are not familiar with. Forgive me for being so excited but this is one of the places that I would visit again and again if I had the opportunity. It impressed me that much!
This blog annevisitsmalta.com enhances the book Return to Malta by visiting most of the places mentioned in the book with color photos.