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Underwater Photo Location: Secca del Papa, Tavolara Island, Sardinia

Underwater Photo Location: Secca del Papa, Tavolara Island, Sardinia

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One of the best sites in Italy: we can find all that we find in the Mediterranean Sea but, above all, groupers and barracudas.
Facts about Secca del Papa, Tavolara Island, Sardinia
  • It is in Italy
  • Secca del Papa, Tavolara Island, Sardinia is in the Tyrrhenian Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-40 Metres 0-130 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types

Marine Life

Diving facilities

Photo facilities

by Andrea Severino
a worm that grows out of a buoy at -8 meters ... is a lot nicer to look at than what the words say! Dx1g with 19mm wide angle and strobe

by Andrea Severino
A small but colorful fish that likes to poke at scuba divers! FUJI Finepix F31D

by Andrea Severino
this poor morey eel is being picked at from the back from another diver... so my camera was at risk... (!) Sea and Sea DX1G with YS27

by Andrea Severino
Hanging on during our tough times... Photo taken with a finepix F31fd

by Andrea Severino
a small micro shrimp (about 7mm) on a flabellina makes this a curious shot...! taken with fuji finepix31

by Marco Faimali delicate gelatinous comb jelly...(Leuchothea multicornis, Ctenophora) (Compact camera Nikon Coolpix 8400 in Ikelite Housing and two Epoque ES-150 DS Strobes).

by Marco Faimali (ismar-Cnr)
A pair of Scyllarides latus. One of the larger crustaceans in the Mediterranean Sea (up to 45 cm and weighs well over 2 kilograms).

by Marco Faimali (ismar-Cnr)
Mediterranean yellow jewels

by Marco Faimali (ismar-Cnr)
Portrait of Anthias anthias
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