Dolphin Island: This island near the Amalfi Coast of Italy is not artificial!
In today's world of artificial islands, you will be surprised to know that this island in the shape of a dolphin ready to jump with its head bowed is not artificial.
Known as the 'Dolphin Island', the island of 'Isola Lunga' is located between Positano and Capri, a short distance from the Amalfi Coast of Italy.
Actually, this island is part of a group of three islands, which is known as 'Le Galli'. The other two islands of this group of islands are smaller in size than 'Dolphin Island'.
Their names are La Castelluccia and La Rotonda. Of these, the island of La Rotonda is almost completely circular.
Together, the three islands are also called 'Les Cyrenus', behind which it is believed that these islands have been inhabited by the creatures mentioned in mythology, who used to lead sailors to doom with their strange sounds and behavior.