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Diving Italy

With over 7,000 kilometers of coastline, you can bet Italy is full of divers. From its sandy beaches to steep walls, its endless caves and limestone tunnels with unparalleled visibility to its true coral forests and colorful gorgonians, the diversity of the underwater scenery is only matched by the gorgeous out-of-water landscapes of this Mediterranean country.

Italy is also home to a dozen different islands of all shapes and sizes, each with their own above as well as below water characteristics and which offer up a multitude of different sites:

  • Sicily and its marine reserve on the Island of Ustica, the Aeolian Islands listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site,
  • and sunny Sardinia with its red coral, just to name a few. There are so many little territories in Italy that it’s possible to go diving every year without tiring. The Italian waters owe their reputation not only to their clarity, but also to the quality of the fauna you will find there. They’ve got groupers, moray eels, schools of multicolored fish—what more could you ask for?!

And for the real enthusiasts, Italy abounds with shipwrecks! To sum up, Italy is nothing but the good life incarnated-- a real cultural, artistic, historic, and culinary treat. And now you can add 'diving haven' to the list. Enjoy!

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Diving Italy

With over 7,000 kilometers of coastline, you can bet Italy is full of divers. From its sandy beaches to steep walls, its endless caves and limestone tunnels with unparalleled visibility to its true coral forests and colorful gorgonians, the diversity of the underwater scenery is only matched by the gorgeous out-of-water landscapes of this Mediterranean country.

Italy is also home to a dozen different islands of all shapes and sizes, each with their own above as well as below water characteristics and which offer up a multitude of different sites:

  • Sicily and its marine reserve on the Island of Ustica, the Aeolian Islands listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site,
  • and sunny Sardinia with its red coral, just to name a few. There are so many little territories in Italy that it’s possible to go diving every year without tiring. The Italian waters owe their reputation not only to their clarity, but also to the quality of the fauna you will find there. They’ve got groupers, moray eels, schools of multicolored fish—what more could you ask for?!

And for the real enthusiasts, Italy abounds with shipwrecks! To sum up, Italy is nothing but the good life incarnated-- a real cultural, artistic, historic, and culinary treat. And now you can add 'diving haven' to the list. Enjoy!

More info about diving in Italy :

Diving Italy

With over 7,000 kilometers of coastline, you can bet Italy is full of divers. From its ...

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Best time to dive : June to October
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