Gramà Reef at Bagnara
In the waters off the town of Bagnara, there’s Gramà reef, one of the best dives of the “Costa Viola” (i.e. “Violet Coast”). It’s a site characterized by a morphology extremely varied and scenic of the seabed.
We dive here descending along the anchor line and then we are ready to admire the imposing walls and the spires of rock, which rise from the bottom, creating spectacular scenery thanks to a full coverage of red gorgonians (Paramuricea clavata), with their large and dense fans that stand clearly against these blue waters, generally characterized by very good visibility.
The imposing outcrop of Gramà reef and its surrounding peaks are also covered by brightly colored sponges, by “clusters” of transparent tunicates (Clavelina lepadiformis) and numerous species of bryozoans.
We guarantee unique sceneries and one of the richest site for biodiversity in the Mediterranean Sea!
|Place||Bagnara, Gramà Reef|
|Dive type||By boat|
|Bottom type||Imposing rocky spires and walls|
|Depth (min/max)||30/60 m|
|Currents||Current occasionally moderate, sometimes strong.|
|Dive Path||Loop around the reef.|
|Biodiversity||Rich biodiversity with “forest” of red gorgonians (Paramuricea clavata)|
|Peculiarities||Seabed with a morphology varied and spectacular.|