Snorkelling with a mask, snorkel and flippers is an activity that’s open to anyone who’s curious to find out about the undersea environment. Whenever necessary, you can also use a light wetsuit to keep you warm.

The stop-off points during the excursions is simply fantastic. The point is behind Capo Caccia and is called Torre del Bollo, where you will discover fish swimming side-by-side with divers, as well as numerous starfish, crabs and octopuses. The point is called Capo Boccato and is located at Punta Giglio, where you will find a cave that simply splits a rock in two, as well as all manner of breathtaking clefts, all embellished by stunning plays of light and colour.

Moreover, thanks to the recent publication by the Capo Caccia/Isola Piana Marine Protected Area of a booklet entitled “Discovering the Semi-Submerged Caves”, you can even enjoy some amazing snorkelling within a number a caves!

We leave from Punta Giglio and land at Isola Piana, with 22 different itineraries concentrating on the semi-submerged caves – at last, these caves are for everyone, even those who do not have a scuba diving licence.