Snorkelling (with your mask, snorkel and flippers) is fast becoming one of the most popular sub-aqua pursuits. We can supply light wet suits to help you deal with the cold.
During the excursion we stop-off to snorkel at two fantastic points: the first is near the Capo Caccia promontory – in the Torre del Bollo area – where the fish swim alongside people, and you can also see starfish, crabs and octopuses; and the second is at Capo Boccato, near Punta Giglio, where you can see a very simple cave that splits a rock in two, the breathtaking cracks complemented by the beautiful colours and flickering light.
Thanks to the recent publication by the Capo Caccia/Isola Piana Marine Protected Area of a booklet entitled “Discovering the Semi-Submerged Caves”, our snorkelling sessions are now even more enjoyable. Departing from Punta Giglio and arriving at Isola Piana, there are a total of 22 different itineraries taking in these semi-submerged caves, which can be reached by everyone, with no requirement for a licence.