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dive regions in Italy

Liguria is a coastal region of north-western Italy. The whole coastline is rough and rugged, with fantastic views. There are two marine protected areas: Area of Cinque Terre (five lands) and Area of Portofino. The Promontory of Portofino towers 600 metres above the sea and the whole area is a natural park. The Marine Park of Portofino has been protected since 1998 so there is an abundance of marine life rarely seen in the Mediterranean. The seabeds are home to a variety of habitats, ranging from...
The Tyrrhenian coast is a region of the Mediterranean Sea lying to the west of Italy, east of Corsica and Sardinia, and north of Sicily. Scuba diving off the coast of Italy includes the areas south of the Italian peninsula in the Tyrrhenian Sea. Hundreds of dive sites exist around Sicily, Ustica, Livorno, Rome, Napoli, Aeolian Islands and Sardinia. The Aeolian Islands are located within the Tyrrhenian Sea, off the north coast of Sicily. These islands are part of the World Heritage Site. There ar...
  • Ionian Coast
    Ionian Coast, Italy
  • Elba Island
    The Island of Elba is the biggest of the islands of the Tuscan archipelago. Elba is protected by the National Park of the Tuscan Archipelago. Diving the clear waters of Elba means having a possibility...
  • Ustica Island
    Ustica is located in the Tyrrhenian Sea, some 36 miles north from Palermo (Sicily). Due to the color of its volcanic rocks Ustica is also known as the "Black Pearl of the Mediterranean". The island of...
  • Sicilia
    Sicily is the largest of the Mediterranean islands. With rocky and sandy floor of volcanic origin, its underwater landscape features numerous interesting grottoes, walls, reefs, wrecks and archaeologi...
  • Sardinia
    Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. Sardinia offers some of the best scuba diving in all of Italy, with its endless sea life, corals and untouched natural caves, there is s...
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