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Filicudi

immersioni Filicudi
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Scoglio cacato

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Secca dei 6 metri

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Secca dei 12 metri

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Scoglio Giafante

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I Canaloni

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La Canna

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Scoglio Montenassari

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Grotta del Bue Marino

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Costa dello Sciarato

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Punta Stimpagnato

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Le Punte

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Grotta dei Gamberi

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Secca di Capo Graziano

Diving Center

Filicudi Divers

Underwater, the island of Filicudi is mostly renowned for the shallow called Secca di Capo Graziano. As ships have sunk here since remote times, this protected site hosts an impressive underwater archaeological itinerary with findings from II century B.C. all the way to a Spanish galleon from XVII century (plus a big piece af a line ferry!). The shallow itself is full of life, with clouds of fish, sea-whips and even shrimps inside a cave.

And still this is not it! There are shallows for every level around the island, and caves, and canyons. Filicudi is a wonderful spot, and since not many divers know it (which is great for us!) it will offer you the forgotten emotion of exploring maybe not a pristine spot, but surely an exclusive one.

Indeed, Filicudi Divers is the only proper diving center in the island. Its owner and friend of ours Alberto will take us around the island with his perfectly equipped traditional boat and an endless passion.

immersioni Filicudi
boa hotspot

Scoglio cacato

boa hotspot

Secca dei 6 metri

boa hotspot

Secca dei 12 metri

boa hotspot

Scoglio Giafante

boa hotspot

I Canaloni

boa hotspot

La Canna

boa hotspot

Scoglio Montenassari

boa hotspot

Grotta del Bue Marino

boa hotspot

Costa dello Sciarato

boa hotspot

Punta Stimpagnato

boa hotspot

Le Punte

boa hotspot

Grotta dei Gamberi

boa hotspot

Secca di Capo Graziano

Diving Center

Filicudi Divers

Underwater, the island of Filicudi is mostly renowned for the shallow called Secca di Capo Graziano. As ships have sunk here since remote times, this protected site hosts an impressive underwater archaeological itinerary with findings from II century B.C. all the way to a Spanish galleon from XVII century (plus a big piece af a line ferry!). The shallow itself is full of life, with clouds of fish, sea-whips and even shrimps inside a cave.

And still this is not it! There are shallows for every level around the island, and caves, and canyons. Filicudi is a wonderful spot, and since not many divers know it (which is great for us!) it will offer you the forgotten emotion of exploring maybe not a pristine spot, but surely an exclusive one.

Indeed, Filicudi Divers is the only proper diving center in the island. Its owner and friend of ours Alberto will take us around the island with his perfectly equipped traditional boat and an endless passion.