The Blue Grotto Malta caves are one of the natural wonders which should not be missed whilst visiting Malta. Blue Grotto is found on the outskirts south of the village of Zurrieq, near Wied iz-Zurrieq, on the southern part of Malta.

The Blue Grotto Malta started to get its name in the early 1950’s, when the British army personnel located in Malta at the time, used to ask the local fisherman to take them for a boat trip to the Blue Grotto sea caves. By time it became so popular that the fishermen started to offer this service to 

tourists and locals alike, and today has become a must when on our Islands. On the way down by the coast, one must stop and admire the cliffs and caves surrounding this area. Following a path going down, a panoramic view of a huge shaped limestone arch, can be admired, and a selfie is a must!