Ravines and caves in the sea, close encounters with snappers, tuna and yellowtail fish, clear water sea: that’s what diving lovers can discover in the deep blue sea of Elba, where many divers have decided to transform their hobby into a profession by settling on the island
In the island, shaped like a fish, there are 18 different itineraries for divers, among which it is possible to admire 4 ancient ships that sank many years ago (the last one, discovered in 2002, dates back to 2000 years ago). Another attraction is the monument dedicated to Mayol, who choose Elba for his last days.
With its 147 km of coastline and greatly varying depths, Elba Island has a comprehensive sample of the natural heritage of the Tyrrhenian sea.
There are several diving schools available for those who want to try the experience of diving or snorkling. It is also a great place for those who just love swimming..