Located in the small fishing village of Benagil on the south coast of Portugal, this gorgeous cave is another well-known sight. Boat tours fill up fast here, so it’s important to book in advance. If you’re a strong swimmer, and it’s low tide, you can even swim into the cave. There, you can take a break and relax on the sand and watch the sun illuminate the water around you.
Ayia Napa Sea Caves—Ayia Napa, Cyprus
You won’t find yourself bored at the Ayia Napa Sea Caves in Cyprus. The caves are 262 feet long, and it’s full of hidden caves, tunnels, and rock bridges, which can be explored by foot at low tide. The caves’ cliffs are a hotspot for jumping off of, and it’s a great location to fish and catch octopus. Its surrounding crystal clear waters also make it ideal for snorkelers and swimmers. Whether you reach these spectacular caves by boats or the coastal pathway, it’s an incredible sight from land or sea. Check out these gorgeous beaches that have pink sand.VADIM PETRAKOV/SHUTTERSTOCK
Rosh HaNikra Grottoes—Israel
At a whopping 656 feet long, the Rosh HaNikra Grottoes in Israel is a must-visit for cave explorers—and just about anyone, for that matter. Skimming the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, these grottoes are very visitor-friendly. Travelers can take the steepest cable car trip in the world off the edge of a white chalk cliff, where it opens up into the incredible formations and plenty of trails branching off into different directions.
Admirals Arch—Kangaroo Island, Australia
Much like the other sea caves, Admirals Arch in Australia was formed after thousands of years of erosion. Natural stalactites dangle from the ceiling of this gorgeous cave, and visitors can even spend some time with the friendly seals and sea lions on the island. The boardwalk leading to the arch is also full of beautiful scenery.
The freshwater caves at Waianapanapa State Park in Maui, Hawaii, are great for a refreshing swim in the crystal clear waters, especially after hiking the trails down to the caves. Visitors can swim in the caves at any time of the day or night, but the best time is between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. when the sun glistens on the water and illuminates the caves’ walls. Next, check out these natural wonders that you’ve probably never heard of.
Source : https://awaken.com/2021/11/20-of-the-most-beautiful-sea-caves-in-the-world/775