Pantelleria – Punta Tre Pietre


Punta Tre Pietre, an ancient wind-protected landing place for Mediterranean cargo ships, offers a journey back in time through its history-rich seabed. Numerous lithic anchors of various shapes and sizes testify to its historical importance over the centuries.

The underwater itinerary winds along the seabed sloping down from Punta Tre Pietre towards the southwest to a depth of 26 metres. Along the way, divers will encounter a variety of lithic anchors, from large ovoid to rectangular and square. The journey begins with the discovery of a large ovoid anchor at a depth of 26 metres, and then crosses a gully containing several other anchors and artefacts down to a depth of 14 metres.

Discover this exciting underwater adventure and immerse yourself in the history of Punta Tre Pietre!

Find out more on the website of the Superintendence of the Sea.

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