The island's only accessible sea cave, Animal Flower Cave was first discovered by its seaward entrance by two English explorers in 1780. It is located underneath the cliffs at North Point, by St Lucy. The cave takes its name from the sea anemones found here.
The sea anemones are not the only beautiful site to behold - in the caves there are pools, some of them large enough to swim in, and if you look up, you'll see astoundingly colorful formations on the cave walls. There are also amazing sea views from the entrances, framing vistas of open water. After your adventure, stop by for a lemonade at the clifftop restaurant for yet more stunning views.
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