The World’s Most Breathtaking Natural Coastal Wonders, from Gravity-defying Rocky Pinnacles to Other-worldly Caves

The Blue Grotto is a natural sea cave 196ft- (60m) long and 82ft- (25m) wide on the coast of the island of Capri in southern Italy. The cave mouth is only 6.5ft (2m) wide and 3.2ft (1m) high, so visitors must enter the channel via a small rowing boat. As the boat passes through the entrance, the skipper will ask passengers to lay back. Capri.com notes that the best time to see the cavern’s famed blue glow is when the sun is strongest ‘between noon and two in the afternoon’

If you’re looking for a sea view with a difference, then you’re in the right place.

MailOnline Travel has fished around and reeled in breathtaking photographs of the world’s most eye-catching natural coastal sights – gravity-defying sea stacks, Instagram-baiting arches and other-worldly caves.

One sight in the mix that makes a big impression is Ball’s Pyramid off Lord Howe Island in Australia – at 1,843ft (561m) tall, it’s the world’s loftiest sea stack.

The cornucopia of coastline attractions also features the stunning Blue Grotto sea cave on the island of Capri in southern Italy, which is illuminated by a mesmerising blue glow at certain times of the day.

Our global tour also takes in rock formations that have featured in Game of Thrones and a James Bond film – and one off the coast of Scotland that looks like the tip of a violin bow.

Scroll down and feast your eyes on a wealth of weathered wonders…

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SOURCE: Daily Mail

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