Secca delle Stelle

MACHINE TRANSLATION: A dive dedicated to beginners on a seabed that develops for a discreet extension between 14 and 24 meters where the most famous feature is a spectacular rocky pyramid entirely covered with Parazoanthus.

MACHINE TRANSLATION: Sponges, bryozoans and numerous starfish that give their name to the shoal, abundant are octopuses, moray eels and conger eels. The encounters with sunfish and amberjacks are not difficult.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
Visibility

Visibility

  • 14 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Night Dive
  • Snorkeling
  • Macro Spot
  • Pinnacle, Needle, Seamount

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

Sand esplanade that descends to a depth of 40 m interspersed with rocks and boulders that descend towards the bottom where there is scattered debris. After an initial gradual slope, the esplanade descends steeply to the bottom, almost forming a wall of sand.

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Upon entering this site you will find a steep slope of rocks that reach a maximum depth of 30 meters. This site is full of dens and holes, ideal habitat for countless species of marine animals. A dive that never disappoints.

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A beautiful vertical wall between 20 and 30 meters covered with yellow sea daisies, continuing towards the west the slope is very gentle, and leads us to another group of rocks that slopes with small jumps again towards 30 meters.

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San Guglielmo (Wreck)

The wreck of the “San Guglielmo“ is a luxurious 1st class passenger ship that launched in 1911. It travelled the Italy-America route. Used as a troop transport, it was sunk on 08.01.1918 by a German submarine. It now lies on a sandy bottom at 29 meters.

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Bettolina Tedesca di Cervo Wreck

One of the most known wreck of the Ligurian sea, this German armed ship sank in 1943 due to a torpedo. It lies on a sandy bottom at 47 m depth. It is 70 m long and its original shape can still be seen: the stern with its propeller, the engine, and the stokehold.

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This very colorful rocky drop is about 3m high an full of marina life. You can often meet a conger and a morays sharing the same den, and a particularly big lobster.

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This small wreck lies on a sandy bottom at 26 mts. of depth. A lot of marine life (octopus, morays, congers and groupers) finds the shelter in its metal sheets.

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Pool-Imperia

The perfect site to start your diving training. You can also enjoy a nice refresh. The pool is top quality and it is few minute walking distance from our Diving Center!

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This dive is characterized by dry rocks which stand in a poseidonia garden, on a sandy backdrop, particularly rich in fake red mediterranean coral. This site is also accessible to divers with little experience and suitable for night dives.

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Shore-Imperia

A Diving Center and a Beach Resort, in one. Both located in the beautiful setting of Borgo Marina, conveniently around the corner one from each other. For those unfamiliar with Imperia, Borgo Marina is the first sailor district (in order of closeness to downtown).

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