Diving in this area always produces strong feelings.
Divers who enjoy caves should visit the ones at the foot of the calcareous cliff of Capo Caccia, which is near Alghero.
In the area below Capo Testa, divers can admire very beautiful granite sea-beds and a unique marine fauna.
SANDBANK OF LAVEZZI:
Located in French teritory (Marine Park), the sandbank of Lavezzi is considered, because of its nearness, part of the underwater landscape of Sardinia.
THE GULF OF OROSEI:
A classic dive in the Gulf of Orosei is at K.T 12 where a German vessel, sunk by the English submarine Safari on June 10th, 1943, lies on a sandy seabed at about 34 m.
In order to preserve the beautiful seabeds off Capo Carbonara, Isola dei Cavoli and Serpentara, the Marine Nature reserve of Carbonara was established. Ustica and Carbonara are the only exclusively "marine" parks in Italy.
You can feel unique sensations and see giant tunas, swordfish, and dozens of moonfish.
The seabeds off the southern part of this Island, which lies between the beaches of Pula and Capo Teulada, are among the most fascinating seabeds around the coast of Sardinia.
The dive at the famous Sandbank of the Pope, near Tavolara Island, is not to be missed. A row of calcareous spires, the most majestic of which rises from 40 to 15 m, make diving here well worth the effort.
THE GULF OF CAGLIARI:
Wrecks from World War II characterise the dives in the Cagliari Gulf.