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Dive sites nearby

This dive site is only a 10 minutes boat ride where you will arrive inside Regional Park of Porto Venere. If you are lucky it is possible to see dolphins during the boat ride to and from the site.

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Coming out of the Portovenere Canal and heading towards Riomaggiore you will immediately come across a small cove chosen by Lord Byron for many of his poems. A beautiful, serene landscape.

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It only takes 10 minutes to arrive to this diving point that is inside the Regionale Park of Porto Venere. Tinetto Island is the smallest island of the Porto Venere archipelago.

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This diving point is along Porto Venere coast. It’s a shallow goes towards the open sea. Maximum depth 20 meters. we can reach this diving point in 15 minutes of navigation time.

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This dive site is accessed by a 20 minute boat ride from San Terenzo. Ferale rock is at the edge of the Cinque Terre National Park.

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This dive site has a maximum depth of 5 meters and is a perfect site for confined water sessions for beginner courses and training sessions for technical courses.

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This dive site is called Grimaldo Rock and is located close to the protected area of 5 Terre. The outcropping pinnacle is located a few tens of meters from the coast. The site can be reached in 35 minutes.

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This dive site is located within Zone B of the Cinque Terre National Park. The site is perfect for beginners and divers with little experience.

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Equa’s Wreck is about a 25 minute boat ride. Equa’s Wreck sits in front of Riomaggiore, two miles from the coast.

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This is an Italian armed cargo steamer from Ilva of Genoa. Launched in 1918, during World War II, in June 1943, she was hit and sunk by two torpedoes from a British submarine in front of Bonassola. Ten crew members and the captain died.

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