SARDINIA DIVING

Since 1987 “C.I.S. – Centro Immersioni Sardegna ” , has been working on the south east coast of Sardinia, directly located on the beach at the marvellous sea of Costa Rei, in between the well known cliffs of Capo Ferrato and Serpentara island. It is a lovely place to go diving ensuring safety and fun all year round, thanks to its favourable weather conditions of both sea and mistral winds. Speed boats allow guests to reach all dive sites in 15 to 30 minutes from the beach, offering wonderful underwater scenaries, all available at variable depths that go from -15 to -33 meters. The “C.I.S.” is allowed to dive in the very restricted area of the “National Park of Capo Carbonara” with Serpentara and Cavoli islands (A, B and C zone) and can propose to its guests some of the most beautiful dives in the Mediterranean Sea.

NEW – Starting from 2019 all guided dives and snorkeling boats to Capo Ferrato and Su Pramitzu will leave from 4 Mori Village. With departure from Costa Rei, only guided dives at the Protected Marine Area for licensed divers, maximum 4 people and on request, “Discovery from the boat” for beginners. The dives are also guaranteed to a small number of participants with the “Empty for Full” formula and can be booked directly at +39 338 9797979.

SERVICES

The “Centro Immersioni Sardegna” offers a wide range of some 30 different spectacular dives, totally safe guaranteed for all level divers. C.I.S. operates with the following speed boats:

1 8 mt.  225PH speed boat
1 7,8 mt. 200PH speed boat
1 7,5 mt. 200PH speed boat
1 6 mt. 115PH speed boat
1 5,4 mt. 90PH  speed boat

C.I.S. is a “5 Stars Aqua Lung and Technisub” partner and it operates with up-to-date diving equipment and professional diving instructors. Dives for beginners and advanced divers are organized daily. Each group includes maximum 4/6 divers. C.I.S. is a “5 Stars PADI Resort”.  It offers PADI training courses, be it introductory to diving skills or aimed at getting international certifications. All courses are kept in open water. Particular attention is paid to children: they can approach this sporting activity in maximum safety from the age of 8 upwards and benefit from specific tailored programs.