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Advice on Diving in Italy

...exander the Great was said to use one of the first diving bells to complement his military strategies, and evidence of free diving has been discovered from as far back as 3200BC. In the modern era, Italian divers worked tirelessly during WWII, and the country’s most famous sub-aquatic swimmer of all, Enzo Maiorca, holds multiple world records for free diving. What makes Italy so attractive to modern scuba divers is the variety of sites and experiences to try. Military vessels lie in its depths, from Destroyers to Submarines, and the islands of Scilly and Sardinia are surrounded by waters as c...

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Name Distance

Blue Sea Diving Center

Italy

0.5 km

Divesicily

Italy

1.13 km

D.C. Capo Taormina

Italy

1.84 km

Sea Spirit Diving Resort

Italy

5.83 km

Faro Diving Center

Italy

24.83 km

VOLCANIC DIVING SCHOOL S.N.C.

Italy

27.26 km

Ambiente Liquido D.C.

Italy

47.32 km

Argos Italia SRL

Italy

47.87 km

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Name Distance

taormina

Italy

0.5 km

Acireale

Italy

29.69 km

Aci Castello

Italy

35.78 km

Reggio di Calabria

Italy

41.02 km

Milazzo

Italy

41.08 km

Catania

Italy

43.03 km

Gioiosa Marea

Italy

47.88 km
Name Distance

TFC | Taormina Harbour

Italy, Taormina

1.81 km

REG | Tito Menniti

Italy, Reggio Calabria

38.63 km

CTA | Fontanarossa

Italy, Catania

47.64 km

NSY | Sigonella NAF

Italy, Tokat

60.71 km

ZIE | Harbour

Italy, Vulcano

67.72 km

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