Ancient submerged ruins, remains of ancient villas, Etruscan finds, Roman structures of very high hydraulic engineering visible from the satellite due to their sizes, will reveal how our seabed is rich in finds and traces from a past preserved and hidden from the sea for millennia.
In addition, the marine flora, the tiny invertebrates, the great variety of fish, turtles, shoals with spectacular colors, will allow you to closely observe the typical biodiversity of our Mediterranean sea.
All is needed is water shoes or fins, swimsuit and towel, a snorkel mask. They could also be provided upon request.
This fun and engaging adventure is suitable for everyone, both adults and children, who love the sea and feel at ease immersed in 1,60 ft deep (half a meter) and it can therefore also be practiced by those who do not know how to swim well: unlike diving, you can stay where the water level is low and you just need to simply put your head in the water, leaving the snorkel out, to observe the submerged archaeological ruins, the flora, the fish, and all forms of marine life.
The low shallow of submerged Roman structures and their proximity to the coast allow visiting and snorkeling in total safety even for amateur divers and people without any experience.
Furthermore, everyone can join since the visit to some of the sites can also be done without physically entering the water, some ruins are visible thanks to a walkway on the water.
If you are interested in trying this engaging and thrilling experience of observing the seabed and visiting underwater archaeological sites immersed, you can book now, the tours will run from May 15th to October 15th.