Dive in Sicily

Diving packages in Sicily

Open Water

Learn to dive with Divesicily's friendly instructors in the amazing Sicilian Sea. Scuba diving is a fun, easy and safe adventure that will last a lifetime. Divesicily offer a range of International Padi courses, instruction can be give in Italian, French, German, Dutch, English, Russian Swedish and Japanese.

2 dives - 1 day

Your daily diving will start at one of the many local dive sites, protected from swell and current. During your first day our guide will brief you on the services available, and help you to design the diving package which suits you best. The choice of diving destination will then be yours to make. *Include boat, dive guide & full Scubapro equipment

Open Water Diver PADI

OPEN WATER DIVER PADI Full Open water course from PADI for dive beginners. Get certified with us. Includes: - 6 theory lesson; - 6 dive; - rent full equipment - dive manual; - final exam.

One Fun Dive

One DiveBoot Sailing from the port of Palermo , before arriving in Porticello you can not help but notice this isolated rock , detached from the promontory of Mongerbino , sinking vertically from a side - 40m , in a current . It is a point where life takes root sessile lush , attracting various species of fish . Between the mountain and the rock forms a cove in shallow water ideal for anchoring…

Ustica Day Trip

2 dive in 1 day!! The island of Ustica is a rocky cliff of about 9 sq km, with its Marine Reserve, preserving a wealth of natural, historical and cultural heritage of inestimable value to be discovered in all its fascinating aspects and secrets. Above, as beautiful as rugged and pristine ... under a sea of ​​glass that reflects the spectacular volcanic geological forms of appearance of Ustica:…

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