San Simone 2

Type of dives: orlata

Dive of level: difficult

Time: 30/35min

Deph: min 30mt/max 40mt

Visibily: very good

Current: strong

This dive, which is one of most beautiful island’s dive, starts at 30 metres on a bottom full of posidonian beds.Then we descend through a wide and impressive crack surrounded by red paramuricee along all its length and crowded with a great concentration of Anthias and pomfrets.

The contrast between the colour of the reef and the blue of the sea creates a surreal atmosphere.On the way we meet some lobsters and morays and, as we reach the sandy bottom, we see a small cave that houses a forkbeards. Leaving back the reef edge and going towards some lonely reefs on a sandy bottom at 40 metres, we find a wonderful yellow branch of Gerardia savaglia (false black coral) above one of those reefs.

At the end of the dive we pass through a cave full of large school of apagons, which lead us, with its plays of light, to the opposite side of the posidonian beds’ plateau.We swim for a little while between the saddled breams and finally we go back to the boat.

Click on the names of the dive points below
to see descriptions and photos of the dives

Easy

> N 7 Scoglio del cammello – mt 18

N 15 Grotta del Tuono – mt 20

N 11 Castello – mt 18

N 17 Secca del Cretazzo – mt 20

N 9 Scalo Maestro – mt 18

N 19 Grotta con Sifone – mt 15

> N 20 Grotta di Cala Martina – mt 20

N 10 Relitto – mt 24

> N 23 Grotta Perciata – mt 20

Medium

> N 8 Secca del Cammello – mt 36

N 12 Secca del Cammello 2 – mt 40

> N 1 Punta Basana – mt 35

> N 6 Orlata di Cala Martina – mt 40

N 1 Scoglio Cavo – mt 37

> N 4 San Simone 1 – mt 36

N 13/14 Punta Mugnone – mt 30

N 22 Scoglio Spandiglio – mt 27

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