Dive in Sardinia

Diving packages in Sardinia

2 Dive in 1 Day

Double dive per day is €86 + Equipment Rental is €15 per day per person + Plus €5 for Park fee per dive Even with strong winds there is always a place to dive thanks to the small outlying islands and protected bays. There are strict park regulations to follow so please ask how to comply. The Marine Reserve has buoys for easy dive entry and exit. However there are many other sites…

1 Single Night Dive

This package includes: - Dive Guide - Tank - Weights It does not include: - Membership Card (mandatory), which covers for insurance: +5 EUR - Full Dive Gear rental (Jacket, Regs, Wetsuit, Mask, Fins, Boots): +20 EUR

4 Dives

This package includes: - Dive Guide - Tank - Weights It does not include: - Membership Card (mandatory), which covers for insurance: +5 EUR - Full Dive Gear rental (Jacket, Regs, Wetsuit, Mask, Fins, Boots): +20 EUR per dive For a Night Dive, add 15 EUR

1 Day 2 Dives

Our dive sites are all in front of the coast and reachable in 5 minutes navigation more or less, so we don’t need to organize fulldays. The price for 2 dives in 1 day is 86 Euros each diver + 15 Euros for equipment for 2 dives + 5 Euros for association membership for each diver.

1 Single Dive

This package includes: - Dive Guide - Tank - Weights It does not include: - Membership Card (mandatory), which covers for insurance: +5 EUR - Full Dive Gear rental (Jacket, Regs, Wetsuit, Mask, Fins, Boots): +20 EUR

Travel to Sardinia


With the multitude of perpendicular cliffs and submerged caves, Sardinia makes for atonishing cave dives. The big caves of Nereo and Falco are the most famous, and most frequented, mainly due to the fact that the areas are so large it could take three dives to see all of Nereo. Even more spectacular are the caves of Portico, Belvedere and Cerianthus in the area of the holed island, Foradadda, famous for its enormous cave passages. The caves of Tunnel and Sifone are in the Sommergibile, or "Submarine" area, a 35meter deep rock projection gaining its name for its resemblance to a sunken submarine. The coral cling to the cave rooves and canyon walls of this area, and one can find the typical mediterranean marine life: barracudas, breams, groupers, octopi, tuna, scorpion fish, parrotfish, etc.

  • peltodoris atromaculata

    peltodoris atromaculata
  • The Nasello Wreck

    The Nasello Wreck
  • Beltorrente Cavern

    Beltorrente Cavern
  • Beltorrente Cavern

    Beltorrente Cavern
  • leaving for dive

    leaving for dive
  • red scorpionfish - Monaci Rocks

    red scorpionfish - Monaci Rocks
  • Spargiottello

    Spargiottello
  • Nudibranch

    Nudibranch
  • Have a seat!

    Have a seat!
  • Airplane engine - Spargi

    Airplane engine - Spargi
  • KT12 Wreck

    KT12 Wreck
  • The Nasello Wreck

    The Nasello Wreck