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- Done 3 dives here in the last couple of years.
It’s under new management since this year (2021) I believe and what a difference! Young, friendly, enthusiastic, helpful and genuine staff who pretty much all speak very good English.
Prices are good too, even in high season.
Lo Stozzo site is stunning: one of the most incredible topography I’ve seen over decades of diving, the 24c water was awesome and of course, clarity is amongst the best in the Med!
5*Written 31 October 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- The mini cruise started at 8:30am and after two hours at sea we arrived at a small lagoon where we were dropped off to explore the island and were taken ashore in a small dinghy. The beach was absolutely stunning, if a little crowded. After an hour or so it was back on the boat for another half to three quarters of an hour to the most beautiful spot for lunch.
Our lunch was included in the price as the trip was arranged through the hotel (Delphinia Group). There was a choice of white wine, local beer, water and coke
The colour of the water was unbelievable, the most turquoise I have ever seen. After a couple of hours we went on to Bonifacio in Corsica. Bonifacio is absolutely beautiful and well worth the climb up to see it. It is quite touristy but don't let that put you off.
It is worth noting that the only place where there are any toilets is at Bonifacio. There isn't a loo on the boat so it could be quite a long wait.
There is also a two hour boat trip back to Isola Rossa, and avian no loo until you get back.
The crew are really friendly and everyone on the trip all got on well and were from all over Europe which made for an interesting. Trip.
It really is a great day out.Written 21 July 2016This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Located in the small village on the coast Isola Rossa, named after the small island (or big rock) just in front of it, which is reddish and thus "red island". They have good equipment and a dingy to get to the few dive sites around the small island and along the rocks a bit north of the village. Dives take you down up to 26m and you need a 5mm and above as the temperature below 15m drops down to 16 degrees. Water is clear, visibility good and your dive might show you a few lobsters, a couple of murrays and some school of small fish. On one dive we also saw a stingray swimming away in the distance. The staff is very nice and professional. They also take good care of those on their first dives, incl. kids down to 10 year old on their first small dives down to 5m, which provides a nice highlight for the holiday.Written 13 August 2015This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Very arrogant. Salvataggio says: “his beach his rules”
Couldn’t borrow a board even though we know how to surf.
By the way there were jellyfish in the water.Written 31 August 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
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