Diving

Lake Garda, with its 346 meters deep and its glacial origin offering sub seabed rich in details and fascinating rock formations. Many are the diving spots along the coast where the cliffs alternate with sandy bottoms.

Diving

Lake Garda, with its 346 meters deep and its glacial origin offering sub seabed rich in details and fascinating rock formations. Many are the diving spots along the coast where the cliffs alternate with sandy bottoms.

Campione del Garda presents challenging backdrops and great charm, right from the boats hauling the platform Univela Hostel fits easily in water (by parking your car practically on the forecourt / private beach), at a time of the famous Pinnacle Diving: you diver swims towards the north following the wall that plunges into the lake, to the obvious window of the old road tunnel that opens into the rock.

Here we dive following the perfectly vertical part that sinks to depths prohibitive and that presents an interesting knurled surface.

At 40m you arrive at the base of a distinctive rocky pinnacle, which rises up to -34m. Hence rising along the wall to the south, you come to the parking lot of the debris fan, and then go out near the cliff. excellent brightness, water temperature from 9 to 15 degrees, it is recommended to dive with a dry suit.

For any information or requests, please contact LEONESSA DIVING PADI INSTRUCTORS TRAINING CENTER 9382 to the mobile phone 348 2844565 or to the e-mail info@leonessadiving.com and robertogreco@leonessadiving.com