Scuba diving here takes its name from the three rocks partly rising up from the surface just off Punta della Zanca.
As you go further down be careful because at times the current can be strong, then start scuba diving north/eastwards along a sand gully alongside large rocks covered in multicoloured sea sponges, the perfect hiding place for groupers and redfish.
At a depth of approximately 20 metres the rocks come to an end and larger rocks plunge further down into the white sand reaching a depth of more than 40 metres; here you will see crayfish, moray eels and conger eels as well as beautiful red sea fans.
and many nery colourful nudibranchs.
The wall of rocks is separated from a sand canyon and you can use it as a guide as you swim back up to the surface. Once back at your boat make a point of looking back down into the deep blue water because you will be able to see snappers and barracudas, as well as many other fish, swimming by.
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