You can choose several different routes to follow when you go scuba diving here: the most "natural" way is to swim down to the bottom of the sandbank at a depth of approximately 22/25 metres, surrounded by dense layer of Posidonia at the base that you can swim all around then swim back up to the tip at a depth of approximately 4 metres.
The sea in this area is never the same because the numerous pyramid-like rocks all around mean you can choose a different route that will be different every time, whether you follow the currents and swim S-N or against the currents and swim N-S. Scuba diving here is different every time, and each time you go down you will get to know a different and more enchanting world below the surface.
If you follow these underwater cliffs in a south-west direction at a depth of 14 m you will come to a grotto, at times more horizontal rather than vertical, that is rich in coral.
A shoal of barracudas lives here as well as many large groupers and umbrinas and also many schooling fish like sea breams and dreamfish.. You might also see some amberjacks and tuna fish out on the hunt.
Since 2018, after a request on behalf of diving schools. the Tuscan Archipelago National Park has granted authorized divers the chance to carry out both snorkelling activities and go scuba diving at the SP2 buoy, one of the mooring buoys on the Island of Pianosa.
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