Diving ancient wreck sites
Sardinia’s underwater sites are a treasure trove of fabulous scenery and plenty of marine fauna, filled with endless surprises resting on the seabed
From Cagliari to Carloforte, along the south-western coast of Sardinia to explore the shipwrecks that rest in the clear water of the sea. The Golfo degli Angeli has always been a safe haven for ancient civilizations as they sailed around the island, often battling for control over the sea. The gulf has also been the theatre of world wars, and a variety of shipwrecks rest on the seabed, one of the many aspects that make the underwater environment in this corner of the Mediterranean such a special place.
Driving time: 140 km
Route: 2h 45’