San Vito Lo Capo
San Vito is located at the tip of a rocky cape made of carbonate rocks. These are responsible of the presence of several wonderful caves, wherein sea and fresh water often meet creating magic effects.
In 1978, on the eastern side of the cape a 80-meter long cargo sank because of a fire. This is the Kent shipwreck, a unique yet challenging dive site for the most experienced divers.
Beside all this, San Vito hosts many luxuriant walls and shallows, generally full of life. The Cala Rossa dive site is one the best examples.
The underwater potential is overall huge, although only a few know it. This allows us to dive away from the crowds even in the heart of the summer with Roberto’s PADI center Under Hundred Diving Center. Here we dive twice in the morning and once in the afternoon with two fully-equipped rubberboats departing from the small harbor near the base, a wooden charming construction “moored” on the white sand.
On the southeastern side of the cape, we also work with Luna Blu Diving Center, which focuses on the coast in front of the Zingaro Nature Reserve. Onboard a fully-equipped rubberboat we leave from Castellammare del Golfo and its big harbor, entertained by Riccardo’s overwhelming good spirit.