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Punta Sorci

The wall of sponges

After reaching the bottom at a depth of approximately 13 m, the continuation of the rocky outcropping begins to gently slope. To the northeast, at a depth of 18 m, you will encounter a seabed covered by a dense field of sea grass. This is where the edge begins. Heading down the wall to a depth of about 23 m, you will see the sea floor on the right, which reaches a depth of 30 m and is almost entirely covered by sand. Continuing along the wall to the left, you will come to a deep channel that leads down to the bottom, after which you will find a wall that slopes gently downward to the sand. A series of plateaus will be encountered during the re-ascent. 

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CALA TRAMONTANA – THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL ITINERARY

Punic, Greco-Italic and Imperial Roman amphorae

The beginning of the itinerary, which is marked by a buoy, can be reached by land from the Cala Tramontana pier, or else by sea by mooring your boat to the appropriate float. The itinerary begins at a depth of about 8 m, on a seabed covered with sea grass that slopes down to a sandy plateau. 

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Capo Graziano

The marine archaeological itinerary of ancient and modern times

The itinerary is marked by a guiding rope, which is initially fastened to the wall, and then to the bottom at a depth of 29 metres. The dive starts (with sign 0) at the mooring buoy, following an S/N heading. After a brief pause on the top of the shoal, you will begin your descent and will encounter the first artefacts at a depth of about 30 m. Keeping the wall of the shoal on the left and turning right (at sign 2), you will come to the observation platform at a depth of about 30 m (sign 3), from which you can observe wreck A, known as “Roghi” (from the 2nd century B.C.), which is located at depths ranging from 36 to 45 metres. Re-ascending to the depth of 28 m, you will come to a cave (sign 4) that boasts an abundance of natural features. Continuing on, a stone anchor dating back to the fifth century B.C. can be found in the vicinity of a landslide, at a depth of around 25 m (sign 5). Heading back towards the surface, the route turns south through a channel full of small caves (sign 6) at around 8 m, where remains of more recent origins can be found. From here, you will soon return to the starting point (sign 0). 

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