Located on the southern coast of Malta, the Blue Grotto is a mesmerizing natural wonder that beckons travellers from all corners of the world. Renowned for its breathtaking sea caves and crystal-clear waters, this magical attraction promises an unforgettable experience for visitors of all ages.
The Blue Grotto is best known for the stunning azure hue of its waters, which comes to life as the sun’s rays dance upon the surface. Embark on a boat tour to venture into the labyrinth of sea caves, each adorned with unique rock formations that evoke a sense of wonder and awe. The interplay of light and shadow creates an ethereal ambiance, making the Blue Grotto a photographer’s dream.
How do I get to Blue Grotto?
From the Embassy Valletta Hotel Blue Grotto is reachable by bus or taxi. To get a taxi to there simply ask our front office team to book you one. To get a bus, head out to Valletta’s city gate. From there take a left and head over to terminal A5 and take bus no. 74 going to Iz-Zurrieq. All you have to do now is sit back and relax, you should reach the Blue Grotto in about 40 minutes. Exit at the ‘Panorama’ bus stop if you would like to see the Blue Wall and Grotto viewpoint from where Blue Grotto is just a few minutes away. If you are not interested in the viewpoint, simply exit at the bus stop before it, ‘Grotto’.
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