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Lampedusa and Lampione

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Punta Javuta

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Punta Parrino

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Capo Grecale Sud

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Capo Grecale Nord

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Punta Alaimo

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Taccio Vecchio

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Grotta Santa

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Punta Cappellone

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Grotta Solaio

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Scoglio Pignata

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Madonnina

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Panettone

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Scoglio Fortuna

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The island of Lampedusa arises in the middle of the Sicily Channel as a piece of African desert floating by. Its bright, wind and sun-burnt landscapes confer a unique color and an appealing transparency to its waters.

Placed inside the Pelagie Islands Marine Protected Area, the surprising luminosity of the colorful dive sites is its strongest asset. These include caves and wonderful swim-throughs. 

It is also surprising how marine species more acquainted to warmer climates have now stably their home in these waters. For instance parrot fish, rabbit fish or big sting rays, whose presence add a touch of tropics to the dives.

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Lampione

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The pearl, though, is a tiny rock named Lampione, arising from the devoid sea some 10 miles west of Lampedusa. This is one of the last pristine spots in the Mediterranean, with gray sharks far from being rare during the dives between July and September. Also possible is the encounter with sea turtles and dolphins.

In Lampedusa we collaborate with the very experienced Simone and Rocco from Pelagos 2.0 Diving Center, impressively well equipped with a big diving boat and a fast rubberboat.

It should be noted that the departure for Lampione is early in the morning, in order to be able to explore the small rock with two dives.

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Punta Javuta

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Punta Parrino

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Capo Grecale Sud

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Capo Grecale Nord

boa hotspot

Punta Alaimo

boa hotspot

Taccio Vecchio

boa hotspot

Grotta Santa

boa hotspot

Punta Cappellone

boa hotspot

Grotta Solaio

boa hotspot

Scoglio Pignata

boa hotspot

Madonnina

boa hotspot

Panettone

boa hotspot

Scoglio Fortuna

Diving Center

Pelagos 2.0 Diving Center

The island of Lampedusa arises in the middle of the Sicily Channel as a piece of African desert floating by. Its bright, wind and sun-burnt landscapes confer a unique color and an appealing transparency to its waters.

Placed inside the Pelagie Islands Marine Protected Area, the surprising luminosity of the colorful dive sites is its strongest asset. These include caves and wonderful swim-throughs. 

It is also surprising how marine species more acquainted to warmer climates have now stably their home in these waters. For instance parrot fish, rabbit fish or big sting rays, whose presence add a touch of tropics to the dives.

The pearl, though, is a tiny rock named Lampione, arising from the devoid sea some 10 miles west of Lampedusa. This is one of the last pristine spots in the Mediterranean, with gray sharks far from being rare during the dives between July and September. Also possible is the encounter with sea turtles and dolphins.

In Lampedusa we collaborate with the very experienced Simone and Rocco from Pelagos 2.0 Diving Center, impressively well equipped with a big diving boat and a fast rubberboat.

It should be noted that the departure for Lampione is early in the morning, in order to be able to explore the small rock with two dives.

boa hotspot

Lampione

Diving Center

Pelagos 2.0 Diving Center

Pelagos 2.0 Diving Center - Lampedusa
Pelagos 2.0 Diving Center - Lampedusa