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Wednesday, 12 May 2010 14:43

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Off the coast of Cala Luna, among the rocks covered with sponges and white gorgonians, there is a world inhabited by shoals of brown meagres, seabreams and big groupers.

Off the coast of Cala Luna, among the rocks covered with sponges and white gorgonians, there is a world inhabited by shoals of brown meagres, seabreams and big groupers.

Average depth: 27 metres

Maximum depth you can reach: 33 metres

Difficulty level: medium

Distance from Cala Gonone: 15 minutes of sea voyage

This is what you can see : a group of big 6/7 metres high rocks on the sandy sea bottom at a distance of about 800 metres from the famous beach of Cala Luna. They are covered with sponges and white gorgonians and inhabited by shoals of brown meagres and seabreams. Amongst the rocks there are the dens of big groupers.

 

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  • latitude: 40.2342167
  • longitude: 9.641383
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