Exploring the watery depths is a rich and rewarding experience. The spectral atmosphere of visiting easily accessible shipwrecks can transport to another world.
Between the silence of the sea, the sunlight that pierces the water's surface, and the hulk of the warship around you, this is a moment you will not forget. One of the best-known wrecks, the Pinella, sank to 11 metres in the Gulf of Porto-Vecchio when, one Christmas night, the cement freighter struck a reef and sank. It is an impressive site that has become a paradise for fish, and it is accessible right from the first dive.
Between Corsica and Sardinia, the natural reserve of the Strait of Bonifacio is over
80,000 hectares in size. This magical place affords protection to a particularly abundant biodiversity, making diving a particular treat here.