Explore every inch of the Cyclopean Isles

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Explore every inch of the Cyclopean Isles

Close to Catania, the Cyclopean Isles will surprise scuba diving enthusiasts with an exceptional seabed.

The town of Acci Trezza is located on the east coast of Sicily. It shelters strange rock formations nicknamed Faraglioni di Trezza by the locals, but more commonly known as the "Cyclopean Isles". Make a stop to examine the surprising shapes the rock took with years due to the rise of the seabed, as well as the Etna's lava flow.
Encompassing 623 hectares, the Cyclopean archipelago is also a natural site of interest for anyone who loves to scuba dive. Fauna and flora are composed of incredible seaweed and fish species in this part the Mediterranean, albeit only a few metres deep down. You'll therefore be able to gaze at sponge colonies, red starfishes, pikes, rays and lobsters. The water is incredibly clear, allowing this natural reserve be discovered on board a glass-bottom boat. Whichever option you choose, you'll be as close to this aquatic life as possible.