Just past the Ginevro mine coming from from Porto Azzurro we get to Punta Galera: a line of rocks that from the coast goes in a south-east direction, with their tip at a depth of between 7 and 10 metres and both sides that go as far down as 25 metres.
As we swim down the sandbank, with it behind us, we come across a flat part of the sea bed, and if we swim eastwards we will get to another line of rocks that lies at a depth of 19 m and that is covered in parazoanthus with many sea bream, damselfish and saddled bream swimming beween the rocks.
Keep swimming downwards and you will see that although the wall at first is completely covered inyellow sea fans the further down you go, red sea fans take their place.
You will also see crayfish and groupers in the cracks
We advise you to be careful here because the currents can be very strong.
Keep your eyes wide open as you swim in the deep blue water and you might catch a glimpse of some amberjacks, small tunas, bonitos and snappers.
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