On the south-west side of the island, close to the coastline of the small village of Ginostra, there is an area characterized by spectacular underwater geomorphological formations. Here, in a maze of rocks and clefts, among tufts and grasslands of Posidonia you can explore rocky arches and large portions of ancient caves. The low depth and the natural brightness allow longer stays, with a great benefit for the lovers of underwater photos and videos and for those who want to explore the site in peace. The enthusiasts of underwater naturalism have the opportunity to observe, in addition to sedentary species, cephalopods, moray eels, groupers, the famous Pinna Nobilis and the species which find refuge among the Posidonia - goldlines, wrasses, small crustaceans, sea urchins, molluscs, starfishes and, for the lucky ones, seahorses.

  • Distance to dive centre: 30 minutes.
  • Experience required: New patented Open Water Divers.
  • Maximum depth: 18 metres.