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No sand can be collected, no shell can be picked… and of course no sea creature can be fished. That is why the waters comprised in the Natural Marine Area of Capo Carbonara swarm with fishes.

Saddled breams at Porto Giunco

Mullets at Cava Usai

Rock fishes, Cala Santo Stefano

Saddled breams at Cavoli island

Ascidia colony, Timiama

Mullets at Punta Molentis

The boat engine from a wreck off Cavoli islands with anchovies

Underwater pictures shot either with Huawei p30 pro or Olympus Though-1. Click each picture to zoom in.

Previous episodes:

1 Sardinia welcomes
2 Blues alla Carbonara
3 Summer greens
4 Barriers
5 Row, row, row your boat
6 Bend it
7 Walk on ancient rocks
8 Under landscapes

Under landscapes

A glimpse on the sea bottom variability present in the Natural Marine Area of Capo Carbonara. White granite rocks covered with multicolored algae, blue depths, Posidonia sea beds. And fishes.

Cavoli island

Cava Usai

Timiama

Capo Carbonara

Cala Caterina

Cala Pira

Underwater pictures shot either with Huawei p30 pro or Olympus Though-1. Click each picture to zoom in.

Previous episodes:

1 Sardinia welcomes
2 Blues alla Carbonara
3 Summer greens
4 Barriers
5 Row, row, row your boat
6 Bend it
7 Walk on ancient rocks

Blues alla Carbonara

The Natural Marine Area of Capo Carbonara was established in 1999. It consists of white sandy beaches, shallow waters, Posidonia oceanica prairies and granite rocks. All ingredients contributing to the shades of blue you can dive and snorkel in.

Timiama, Villasimius

Porto Giunco, Villasimius

Punta Molentis Beach

Cala Santa Stefano, Villasimius

Porto Giunco beach (front), Stagno Notteri (center) and Campolongu (back), shot from Torre di Porto Giunco, Villasimius

All pictures shot with Nikon D800 plus Nikon 50 mm 1.4G / 16-35 mm 2.8 / 70-200 mm 2.8.  Click each picture to zoom in.

Previous episode:

1 Sardinia welcomes

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