The Amalfi Coast in Italy hiding place of those that makes the eyes shine , a sea cave located exactly in the bay of Conca dei Marini. The name comes from the color of the water reflecting the light filtering through the rocks, creating a dramatic effect on the way the colors change depending on the light. A unique color range that varies from cobalt blue to turquoise and emerald emblematic.
This destination has a unique feature among sea caves is that light rays enter through a small crack in the rock that is at water level. The area is full of water, with dimensions of 45×32 meters and was a fisherman who discovered the area in 1932, called Luigi Buoncore.
The cave was not always covered by the sea, because they demonstrate the stalagmites that emerge from the water , resulting from the internal movement of sinking of the crust. Emerald grotto, a perfect place to visit and know all the stories told by local boatmen place.