Piscità’s Anchors

The village of Piscità has always been the most inhabited part of the island; it was the former residence, in the last century, for merchants and captains of ships which traded with the European continent, exporting Malvasia wine, capers, figs and more. In unknown circumstances, one of the ships lost an anchor and some anchor chain lengths; they lie at a depth of 31 metres, perfectly preserved and completely covered with marine organisms. The dive starts at -10 metres of depth; from there you can proceed to the open sea on a seabed slope with underwater gorges inhabited predominantly by golden and brown groupers.

  • Distance to dive centre: 5 minutes.
  • Experience required: Expert Open Water Divers.
  • Maximum depth: 35 metres.