The Campanina cave

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The Campanina cave

The Campanina cave

Located on a sandy bottom at 50m The Campanina Cave stands out at first as a huge rock. At its base you'll find an entry point mysteriously similar to that of a church door. This itself is the Campanina Cave. Once inside you will find yourself within a huge room and raising up your head you'll notice a chimney which if you follow, will take you up to 35m. A variety of different openings allow the suns rays to shine through making the cave feel somewhat holy.

Located on a sandy bottom at 50m The Campanina Cave stands out at first as a huge rock. At its base you'll find an entry point mysteriously similar to that of a church door. This itself is the Campanina Cave. Once inside you will find yourself within a huge room and raising up your head you'll notice a chimney which if you follow, will take you up to 35m. A variety of different openings allow the suns rays to shine through making the cave feel somewhat holy.

Located on a sandy bottom at 50m The Campanina Cave stands out at first as a huge rock. At its ...

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Type of dive site
  • Cave
Depth
  • Maximum 35
  • Maximum 25
Required scuba diving level / certification
Minimum Advanced diver - CMAS 3* or 50m depth equivalent to dive the cave
Fauna
  • Conger eels
  • Crayfish

The best dive centres to explore The Campanina cave

E Ragnole

Bay of Ajaccio | Corsica
E Ragnole

Our opinion on E Ragnole Dive Center:

Let’s go back in history, to 1990 when in Ajaccio, E Ragnole dive center began it's story. In a n high school in Ajaccio, several teachers including Christian came up with the crazy idea to introduce  their students ...

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