Scuba Diving in Riva del Garda, Garda Lake, Trentino-South Tyrol Italy

Deepest part:
28m/91ft b.s.l
Castello di Malcesine:
50m/164ft b.s.l
Torre del Benaco:
underwater cave at 50m/164ft b.s.l
Punta Calcarolla:
medium-high difficulty
Lake Garda with its 346 km / 214 mi width and 145 km / 90 mi long of shoreline, is the largest lake in Italy, offering a wide range of scuba-diving areas. The deepest part of the lake is 28 m / 921 ft below the sea level. Exploring the lake-bed will be astonished by its hidden treasures and the mysterious wrecks.

Diving in the Lake Garda is an unforgettable experience full of breathtaking images of spectacular rock formations and canyons in the crystal clear water of the lake. The top locations for diving are the Porto San Nicolo, with the impressive statue of the Silent Christ in 15 m/49 ft depth, the steep cliffs of Calcarolle and, of course, the bay at Tempesta and the Navene bay.

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One of the most beautyful spots for dive is the ”Cala Coyote” in Navene bay due to its incredible rock formations. In Castello di Malcesine the possibility to dive it is only by boat and requires certain skills abilities.

In Torre del Benaco you can get the unique experience to discover the beauty of an underwater cave. It is very important to respect the safety rules and remain within a radius of 50 m/164 ft from the bay.