“Isola di Bergeggi” Marine Protected Area “a treasure chest of biodiversity, history and legend”.
Bergeggi Island is located close to the Western Ligurian Sea coast, 10 km south-west of Savona. It’s a cone shaped rocky island, emerging from the sea up to 53 meters of height, covered by the typical native vegetation called “Mediterranean Scrub”. It faces a coast rich in caverns and coves, with little sandy bays and cliffs falling in crystal waters where at the bottom the coral reefs alternates with wide Posidonia Meadows.
With a depth between 2 and 30 meters (6 and 90 ft), Bergeggi Island is the perfect place to enjoy your dives along the line while discovering reefs full of marine life. Find out where eels and octopuses hide, see groupers and trevallys hunting, slide through hundreds of damsel fishes in the silence of breath hold diving.