Just below the surface of the sea, you will find a beautiful underwater world in Sicily. It is a paradise for snorkelers and divers, with stunning colors such as the white of the Lipari pumice quarries, San Vito Lo Capo’s countless cobalt shades, and Pantelleria’s dark sea. There are also rich fauna and ever-changing underwater landscapes that have been shaped by volcanic lava and geological movements.
The most beautiful seabed is in Ustica, a tiny island just before Palermo. This first Italian marine reserve is a true paradise for beginners and professionals. The Shoal at Colombara is where you can enjoy the most spectacular and interesting diving in the Mediterranean Sea. We dive among amberjack, bream, and barracuda. The seabed at the Grotta dei Gamberi is covered with tiny and delicious shrimps as well as ethereal structures made of worms. It is located after Cala Galera.