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Argentario Divers - Porto Ercole

Argentario Divers

Where to start? The fact that Italy has more UNESCO World Heritage sites than any other country on the planet? That the food is tantalisingly close to perfection?

That the landscape, from beautiful island beaches to cypress tree-topped hills and soaring mountains, has something for pretty much everyone?

Argentario Divers is located in Porto Ercole, a charming village dating back to the eleventh century, overlooking the Argentario Mountain.

The video below shows what you can expect when diving there - caves, wrecks and beautiful, abundant sea life.

Porto Ercole is easy to reach from Rome, Florence, Siena and Perugia.

The Dive Centre is right in front of the sea (it is less than 10 minutes to the nearest dive spot) and is open all year round.

Argentario Divers offer many courses from Intro Dive to Divemaster, Rebreather, Scooter, Wreck, Cavern and Trimix from PADI, UTD, UTRtek and CMAS. We speak Italian and English.

You can contact us at

Argentario Divers
Lungomare Andrea Doria 103
58019 Port Ercole
Italy
Tel: +39 3391376411, +39 3396913347
[email protected]

Safety is a priority - we have oxygen and medical kits on the boats plus medical trained staff and VHF radio.

Argentario Dive Centre Services

  • Own boat "Abracadabra"
  • number 2 Zodiac
  • Air, Nitrox and Trimix Filling station
  • Child-friendly
  • Own vehicles
  • Pool for training
  • Combo Lodging with Dives
  • Offer accommodation alone
  • Internet access
  • Underwater photography/video
  • Equipment Storage
  • Bath and Shower
  • Steel and Aluminium tanks from 3 to double 18 Lts

Getting Here

The nearest airport is Fiumicino in Rome. We are less than 1.5 hours away.

Dive Sites

We dive the triangle between Argentario, Giglio and Giannutri Island.

Giannutri Island has been a protected area since the 1980s. The protection of the park has resulted in abundant fish and other sealife.

Argentario dive site

In spectacular caves you will find extraordinary colonies of red coral.

There are also several wrecks. The Marsala was a steam ship that sunk in 1913, just few miles from Giannutri Island. She was built in Scotland in 1882. On her final voyage, carrying a cargo of phosphate, she collided with another vessel. The Marsala was cut almost in two and quickly sank to a depth of over 30 m. The shipwreck remains became the anemones's home.

Diving the Marsala wreck off Giannutri Island with Argentario Divers
The Marsala Wreck

Another wreck is the Nasim II, lying on its side close to a cliff. It was carrying cars when it struck the Punta Scaletta rocks of Giannutri Island in 1976, and went down in the waters between Punta Pennello and Cala Maestra, not far from Giannutri Island.

See the video above for more on the dive sites around Argentario.

Recreational and Technical Dive, Course and Package

Do you want to experience the extreme side of diving that can take you to depths and realms untouched by the majority of the worlds diving population?

If you think you have what it takes to become a technical diver, then Argentario Divers, is the perfect choice for your training.

Argentario Divers
Argentario Divers

With a technical team of an in-house Recreational and Technical Instructor, offering programs from open water diver to rebreather, our set-up is guaranteed to provide you with thorough training and comprehensive education necessary for this level of diving.

Find out More

Either email us for more information or visit our web site at http://www.argentariodivers.com/. We look forward to hearing from you.


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