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SLOW DIVING AND GOURMET FOOD BY SAINT PETER’S ISLAND
QUALITY AND AUTHENTICITY: ten diving immersion in six calm & friendly days

ORNELLA GIROSI organises
THE COSY, SLOW DIVING AND GOURMET FOOD TEP (Thematic Experiential Path)
of CARLOFORTEXPERIENCES :

 
 
St. Peter’s Island has volcanic origins. That is why its sea bottoms vary so much: rock reefs, deep canyons, fascinating caves, vertical walls, sandy sea bottoms full of oceanic sea grass and pinna nobilis. This variety allows to satisfy the demands of both begimnners and experienced scuba divers. Those who love taking scuba photos could be very satisfied by the rich local marine flora and fauna., and the presence of pelagic fishes.
The Island is attainable from the harbors of Calasetta and Porto Vesme by ferry boat in about 30 minutes. Both embarking points are attainable in about one hour by car from Cagliari, the main town in Sardinia-
To reach us, from the center of the village, at the point of disembarkation from the ferries, follow the road along the salt pans towards the beaches. After 400 m, just before the Astronomic Observatory, keep left along the dock. Isla Diving will appear on the right with an unmistakable, deep blue fence door.
 
 
 
 
 
We are in Carloforte, on St. Pietro Island, along the south western coast of Sardinia. Unpolluted waters, open to the Mediterranean sea, surround the sinuous cost of the Island, kept far from a massive touristic development. In these clear waters it is still possible to watch the ancient and ritual tuna fishing and pelagic fishes on bottoms rich of marine life.
Here the Isla Diving centre operates from 1996 as scuba diving centre and school. We organize, in our CARLOFORTEXPERIENCES Diving TEP, a packet of approximately 10 immersions, including several driven underwater excursions with half day trips to reach the nearest diving locations; then nighttime dives, and excursions full-day to reach the most distant places, with two daily dives, with carry along lunch.
Our centre leans out on the dock of Carloforte, to few meters from the point of embarkation for the dives. It has an ample zone for rinsing and depositing the eprsonal scuba equipments, a zone of recharge, a shop reparations, a comfortable service of warm showers and dressing room.
The diving centre is furnished of around 20 complete underwater equipments (TECHNISUB) and everything required for diving: bcd, regulator, wetsuit, fins, mask, scuba light, etc. a. We mainly use steel tanks of 15 lts. (n. 40), that are reloaded with air compressor Bauer, for immediate recharge service. The center is endowed with oxygen kit.
 
 
 
We use a comfortable raft BWA of 7.40 m. with a recetiveness of around 14 scuba divers and a comfortable fishing boat, about 10 m. long for 10 divers. The oxygen kit is always on board.  In order to offer a good service and the maximum safety, the dives are organized with a maximum of 5 scuba divers for experienced instructor, able to  show you the characteristics and the beauties of sea bottoms.
 
 
A dedicated TEP leader with the help of two instructors will organise, monitor, and control the evolution of the entire path, with plenty of behind curtain support. Two tutors will join the group of eight-ten participants and accompany them all along the TEP, providing conversation in English, information, clarification, relation, contact and understanding with natives, support on all matters including travel, as well movie recording for post-factum appraisal and enjoyment.
 
 
 
TEP participants will be hosted in double rooms in four star hotel ‘LeTerrazze’ (www.leterrazzecarloforte.it) during the week. Single rooms are available with 105 € supplement, to capability. Light lunches and full dinners – featuring interesting fish and vegetables dishes – will be served at prime restaurants in Carloforte on non trip days: opportunities to appreciate flavours and perfumes of the traditional cuisine of Carloforte.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Come on Sunday to Cagliari, the airport of Elmas, the harbour, the train station: a shuttle bus will bring you to Carloforte. Else, be already in Carloforte. Leaving to Cagliari on the next Sunday will be arranged according to need. Transportation from/to other airports in Sardinia, e.g., Alghero, can be arranged at cost, please enquire.
 
 
TEP runs from Sunday to Sunday in September and October 2009, starting on Sunday September 6th, 2009; in May and June 2010, starting on Sunday May 9th, 2010; in September and October 2010, starting on Sunday September 5th, 2010.
 
 
Price per participant of COSY DIVING TEP is 2.000,00 €, all included, except cost of flight. Reservations are granted to availability. A down payment of 30% is due at reservation. Full payment is due 14 days prior to TEP start. Down payments are non refundable in case of cancellation by reserved participants.
Ten participants only are accepted as maximum each week. Also, a minimum number of reservations, four, is required for the TEP to be confirmed for any particular week. In the case that this minimum number is not reached, communication will be given within 21 days prior to TEP start to reserved participants, and all dawn payments will be entirely refunded, including those for eventually cancelled reservations.
An alternative programme is available both in case of bad weather, and to non-scuba-diving company.
 
 
Please note that TEP weeks come in two versions of engagement, havingt different prices:
- a full experience week offer (10 scuba diving immersions), all planned and all included, at a price of 2000,00 € (as described above)
- a lighter experience week offer (5 scuba diving immersions), leaving some free time, and including only basic services (thematic eperience services, hotel, transport from and to airport, only a few group transport within the island), and leaving out other assets (tutors for cultural mediation), at a strongly reduced price of 674,00 €, with the possibility on request of adding on at fixed prices additional optional services – not included in the price just indicated -, tailored to personal choices and taste (dinners and lunches in quality restaurants, or half board in hotel, the provision of personal diving equipment , additional transport within the island). Conditions for reservation and payment same as above.
 
 
Sunday
your flight lands in Cagliari, Sardinia, best if by early afternoon. A mini bus takes you from the airport to Carloforte in about two hours, via road and Ferryboat. At 18:00 you will join Ornella at the Diving Centre for a welcome cocktail with your TEP leader and tutors, registration and illustration of the programme of activities for the week. At 20:00 you will enjoy a dinner in the hotel restaurant, at your three stars hotel ‘’Leterrazze’.
 
Monday
9:00 gathering at Diving Centre with TEA leader and tutors; Group acquaintance, immersion outing; 13:00 Light lunch at the waterfront at the harbour, Chez Andrea and Maddalena at top restaurant ‘Osteria della Tonnara’; 15:00 PM Gathering at Diving Centre, immersion outing; 19:00  Cocktail at Diving Centre and presentation of TEP’s Photography Contest; 20:00 Dinner on the waterfront at the harbour, Chez Mario at top restaurant ‘Belalugosi’.
 
Tuesday
9:00 immersion outing; 13:00 Light lunch in ‘paize’ at restaurant ‘Belalugosi’; 16:00 PM Visit to ‘Tonnara’, Carloforte’s tuna fish treatment plant; 20:00 Dinner in ‘paize’ at Chez Secondo at top restaurant ‘Tonno di Corsa’; 22:00 PM At the restaurant: film on ‘Tonnara’ commented by ‘Tonnarotto’ Sacha, an experienced tuna fisherman.
 
Wednesday
9:00 FULL DAY immersion outing, possible destination: ‘Pan di Zucchero’ with large boat rental, or ‘Corno’ with light lunch at ‘Cala Fico’ chez Giorgio’s Kiosk or at LIPU site on St. Peter’s Island (the Italian League for the Protection of Bird Spieces) and possible walk to watch Falco della Regina, the autocton rapace species, and/or the small size dunkies living on the Island; Back around 18:00, Dinner in ‘paize’ at 20:00 Chez Andrea and Maddalena at top restaurant ‘Osteria della Tonnara’.
 
Thursday
9:00 Immersion outing; 13:00 PM Light lunch at trattoria ‘Fraganà’; 16:30 PM ‘Night’ immersion outing, possible destination ‘Corno’ with ‘approdo’ (landing) ‘al Faro’ (lighthouse) ameliorated with cocktail and small snack at panoramic site to watch the sunset, or ‘Punta delle Oche, or ‘Isola Piana’ with cocktail and small snack and visit of ‘Isola Piana’; 21:30 Dinner at the hotel ‘Le Terrazze’ restaurant.
 
Friday
free morning; 13:00 Light lunch in ‘paize’ at trattoria ‘Ciappelletta’; 15:00 Gathering at Diving Centre, immersion outing; 20:30 Dinner in ‘paize’ Chez Nicolo at top restaurant ‘Nico Bistrot’.
 
Saturday
Saturday: 9:00 Gathering at Diving Centre, immersion outing; 13:00 Light lunch in ‘paize’ at trattoria ‘035’; 15:00 Gathering at Diving Centre, immersion outing; 19:30 Cocktail at the hotel  presentation of TEP’s Photography Contest winners and projections of photos; 21:00 Dinner in ‘paize’ at Chez Secondo at top restaurant ‘Tonno di Corsa’.
 
Sunday
Sunday morning: preaparing luggage and leaving to airport.

ALTERNATIVE PROGRAMME in case of bad weather, also programme available to non scuba diving company.
First day: 10:00 Visit to ‘Tonnara’; 13:00 Light lunch in ‘paize’; 17:00 At Diving Centre projection of film on ‘Tonnara’; 20:00 Dinner at top restaurant in ‘paize’.
Second day: 10:00 Bus tour of the Island; 13:00 Light lunch in ‘paize’; 17:00 Visit to Carloforte’s old village centre; 20:00 Dinner at top restaurant in ‘paize’.
Third day: 9:00 Outing in Nature by walking and/or mountain biking; Light carry along lunch; 18:00 Cocktail at Diving  and projection of photos by participants; 20:00 Dinner at top restaurant in ‘paize’.
Fourth day: 9:30 Gathering at Diving Centre and training session on first aid; 13:00 Light lunch in ‘paize’; 16:00 Drill on salvation at sea; 20:00 Dinner at top restaurant in ‘paize’.
Fourth day bis (for non scuba): 9:00 Outing in Nature by walking; 13:00 Light lunch in ‘paize’; 16:00 Visit to the beaches of the Island; 20:00 Dinner at top restaurant in ‘paize’.
Fifth day (for non scuba): 10:00 Outing on historical boat ‘bilancella a vela latina’ ‘Ruggero II’; 13:00 Light lunch in ‘paize’; 15:00 Gathering at Diving Centre and Snorkeling outing; 20:30 Dinner in ‘paize’ .
Sixth day (for non scuba): 10:00 Outing on oldtimer fishing boat ‘Attilio Padre’; 13:00 Light lunch in ‘paize’; 15:00 Gathering at Diving Centre and Snorkeling outing; 20:00 Dinner in ‘paize’.
 
 
 
 
1 – “SCOGLIO DELLA CATENA” (“Piana” Island) – Level: easy – Max depth: 18 m -
It is a small rock, North of “Piana”Island, that softly jumps down to an 18 m depth, through big square rocks. It is an area full of marine life, due to frequent current streams.
 
2 – “PIANA” ISLAND – Level: easy – Max depth: 18 m -
Huge square volcanic rocks, from shallow waters reach 17-18 m depth. Among those rocks there are many cracks, hosting interesting colored fishes and invertebrates.
 
3 – “TACCHE BIANCHE” ARCH – Level: easy – Max depth: 17 m -
We anchor on about 8-10 m of water, on a rock platform by The sea has eroded the platform with time, creating fascinating crossings, canyons, small caves, and an amazing arch. It easy to encounter there shoals of barracuda.
 
 
4 – “REGOLINA” POINT – Level: easy – Max depth: 30 m -
We start the dive on a large round rock which falls from 8-10 m down to 20 m, where we reach white sand. We swim towards an apparently uninteresting platform, which is on the contrary full of crossings and small caves, where groupers, lobsters, crabs, and squills live in.
 
5 – “TACCHE BIANCHE” WALL – Level: medium – Max depth: 24 m -
Amazing crossings in very small caves, maximum depth 24 m. There are a lot of shoals of small local fishes, but sometimes we can see groupers, crabs, and lobsters. At the entry of the cave there are lots of coral.
 
6 – “OCHE” CAVE – Level: easy – Max depth: 20 m -
We anchor in this beautiful, marvelously huge cave. The sea bottom is full of big rocks. Swimming sharply down in Northern direction, we reach the depth of 20 m. Coming back to the place of start, we find plenty of small shrimps and crabs. The sun light dances with sea waves in a very fascinating way.
 
 
7 – “ORCHE” POINT – Level: medium – Max depth: 27 m -
This volcanic rock reef, close to “Orche” point, is very jagged and it is rich of micro marine flora and fauna. Starting from 4 m, it descends down to 27 m. The presence of stream currents renders the area full of fishes, like barracuda, octopus, morays: a lot of fish varieties live there.
 
8 – “CONGER” REEF – Level: medium/high – Max depth: 40 m -
A large reef North of “Orche” point, which falls down both East and West. The area is pretty big it can be dived iteratively in several runs. At about 13-15 m depth, the reef offers two cones for staring the dive. During the dive, we find unexpected large holes, where groupers hide. It goes without saying, that there are also shoals of many fish families.
 
9 – “CIRCONVALLAZIONE” – Level: easy – Max depth: 20 m -
Soon passed “Orche “ point, along the sharp coast line, there is a narrow cave which enters deeply into the cliff.s. The sun rays, penetrating into the cave, produce amazing games of light and a create a spectacular atmosphere. The cave, deep inside, is always full of small shrimps who love darkness, and escape when you throw light to them with your torch.
 
 
10 – “STEA” CAVE – Level: medium- Max depth: 22 m -
Swimming on a rocky platform from a 17 m depth to about 22 m, we find an interesting small cave, ideal habitat for the kind of fishes that love darkness, such as congers, squills, crabs, and sometimes lobsters.
 
11 – “BAXILLI” ROCK – Level: easy – Max depth: 19 m -
A narrow canyon starts from shallow waters, falling smoothly down to about 18-19 m. Along our path, the sea bottom alternatively is sandy and rocky. All around there are shoals of sargos, morays, and many nudibranches.
 
12 – “ANCHOR” REEF – Level: difficult – Max depth: 40 m -
The top of this rock reef is at about 26 m depth, falling down to 40 m in small craters, where we can look at beautiful Mediterranean red coral, big congers and spiny lobsters. On the top of the reef there is a canyon, too small to swim in, but very good home for groupers.
 
13 – “BORRONA” – Level: easy – Max depth: 19 m -
We dive along the coast line, which under waters falls quite steeply. The small canyons in the rock are very interesting for the presence of groupers, morays, sargos.
 
14 – THE “SHIP” – Level: difficult – Max depth: 40 m -
We anchor on the top of this large rock reef, at about 19-20 m, close to the amazing lighthouse “Capo Sandalo”. We swim Northwards above a sand sea bottom. An interesting micro marine life lives there.
 
 
15 – “CORNO” ROCK (Northern side) – Level: medium – Max depth: 40 m -
We descend along the wall of the rock, reaching the sandy sea bottom at 38 m depth. We continue our dive, swimming along canyons parallel to the cliff, passing under huge round rocks. The dive can become very difficult, due to strong current streams. Currents assure a very exciting fish presence! Also the micro marine life is remarkable: yellow walls full of parazoanthus, colorful sponges and nudibranches.
 
16 – “CORNO” ROCK (Southern side) – Level: easy – Max depth: 25 m -
We anchor in 5 m, on a shallow reef very close to the “Corno” rock. We swim South ward in an amazing canyon. The presence of marine currents creates a strong dynamism and a very interesting vitality: huge shoals of sargos, of gray mullets, groupers and sometimes dentex.
 
17 – THE “CATHEDRAL” – Level: difficult – Max depth: 33 m -
It is a very beautiful cave, South of the “Corno” rock. We anchor on the top of the round rock reef at a depth of 19-20 m close to it. Then we swim towards the cave, reaching the maximum depth of 33 m. Albeit the cave is very roomy, divers must maintain very good buoyancy control to avoid to braking the copious red coral which covers the entire roof,. It is easy to find there spiny lobsters and scorpion fish.
 
18 – REEF “SPALMATORE” – Level: medium – Max depth: 35 m -
It is a platform which falls vertically on the sand at about 35-36 m. Along the wall there are many cracks where it is easy to find congers and spiny lobsters. On the top of the reef we often encounter shoals of sargos and groupers.
 
19 – “FRADELLIN” PINNACLES – Level: difficult – Max depth: 36 m -
A series of rock pinnacles, coming up from a sandy sea bottom of about 36 m depth, to about 18-20 m, thus creating a very funny and interesting path. A miriad of cracks in the rock are the ideal home for morays, groupers, congers. On the top of the pinnacles, shoals of many small fishes always swim all around.

 
20 – “FRADELLIN” POINT – Level: easy – Max depth: 26 m -
We dive along the cliff of “Fradellin” Point, which gradually falls down to a depth of 26 m. Along our path we swim above big rocks laying down on the sand, reaching the maximum depth, and then, coming back, we continue along the inlets of the coastline. There is a very interesting micro fauna life.
 
21 – “HALF MOON” CAVES – Level: easy – Max depth: 13 m -
The amazing cliffs of the “Half Moon Bay” continues under water, with big tunnels and caves entering deeply into the coast. Our diving path goes in and out from these caves reaching a maximum depth of 13 m. Amidst spectacular light games we can see the typical marine life of dark environments.
 
22 – “CONCA” – Level: easy – Max depth: 18 m -
The rocky shape of the coastline, in the area of “Conca”, continues under water, showing divers a rocky profile which falls in huge steps and creates long canyons full of micro fauna.
 
 
23 – REEF “GENIO” – Level: easy – Max depth: 18 m -
It is a huge reef in the Southern part of the Island. We dive on its North Western edge, which falls down in big steps of square rocks. It is very funny to swim in and out from canyon and passages. It is difficult to see big fishes there, but the place is full of small marine life, such as morays, sargos, groupers, crustaceans, molluscs, etc..
 
24 – THE “COLUMNS” – Level: easy – Max depth: 19 m -
Here we dive in a spectacular landscape of rocky columns, reaching the maximum depth of 19 m. These columns create a labyrinth of canyons and passages very interesting to divers. Amazing colonies of invertebrates and nudibranches offer themselves ideally to observation from those keen of micro fauna.
 
25 – BLACK POINT – Level: very easy – Max depth: 9 m -
Here the cliff continues underwater falling down to the sandy sea bottom. It is an ideal training spot for diving.
 
26 – THE HYDROFOIL – Level: very easy – Max depth: 8 m -
Outside the Carloforte harbor, in front of the “Giunco” beach, there is a small wreck of an hydrofoil, to be found between sand and sea grass at a depth of 8 m. This is an ideal training spot.
 
27 – THE REEF “MANGIABARCHE” – Level: difficult – Max depth: 38 m –
Huge rock reef West of the “Mangiabarche” lighthouse, on St. Antioco Island. We anchor at a sea depth of about 19-20 m ,close to the Western edge of the reef. Here the rock falls down steeply to the sea bottom, at about 38 m ,characterized by very thin sand. This thin sand covers all the rocks that lay around there, exhibiting to divers an amazing lunar atmosphere. Only here do we find beautiful, tall yellow sponges (axinella cannabina), and big sea urchins. And an unbelievable ancient roman anchor stock, three meters long.
 
 
28 – THE REEF “POMATA” – Level: difficult – Max depth: 45 m -
Isolated rock reef, about 1 mile from the Southern coast of the St. Antioco Island. The top is at 13 m depth, falling down vertically to 45 m. It is always full of marine life, for the presence of current streams: big groupers, sargos, spiny lobster and huge shoals of small fishes.
 
29 – THE ROCK OF THE BULL – Level: difficult -Max depth: 40 m -
It is a big, amazing volcanic rock, in the South part of St. Antioco Island, which falls steeply down to more than 40 m. The marine flora and fauna is testimonial of a hydrodynamic environment, for the presence of strong current streams. For that reason, here we find some seaweeds not present anywhere else, such as “dictyopteris mambranacea”. We can also encounter some interesting pelagic species.
 
30 – THE CAVE “PAN DI ZUCCHERO” – Level: easy – Max depth: 19 m -
Along the Sardinian coastline, in the Northern part of St. Peter’s Island, just behind the wonderful “Pan di Zucchero” stack, there are the most ancient cliffs in Europe. Here, at a depth of 13 m, an ample and long cave enters into the rock, crossing the cliff. Coming out from the cave, we continue swimming along the coastline, encountering amazing passages, until we reach a second cave. This one is not very deep, but it hides a huge air breathing bubble, enriched by a drinkable fresh water source.
 

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