Scoglio di mezzo
The rock lies on a sandy bottom. First thing to do is to evaluate the current. From here we will decide our itinerary. The middle rock points towards the open sea and its size allows us to visit it several times without the risk of falling into boredom. Rock splits and holes are home to lobsters, moray eels and conger eels. It is particularly fascinating to fly over the rock from above.
looking into the blue will be the chance to see dentix and amberjacks passing by. Covered by alot of sea fans, the middle rock is framed by dozens of banded sea bream. With the wall on the side, we circumnavigate the submerged “islet” pushing as far as we can, to its maximum depth of 38 meters. After a few minutes at this deep we begin our ascent to the upper floors, reaching the top little by little . In this point of reef that has nothing to envy to the deepest part of the rock, we will dedicate the final phase of the dive with a round trip in the middle of the most frenetic life of the Mediterranean Sea.