Can you snorkel in the Mediterranean?

What is the best time to go snorkeling?

In terms of visibility and light penetration of the water, the time of day you choose to go snorkeling is crucial. The more sun penetrating the water, the more colorful everything looks. However, in terms of water clarity during a snorkeling session from shore, it is best to go mid-afternoon.

Why is there no coral in the Mediterranean?

Occupying 1.1 percent of the surface of the world’s oceans and 0.3 percent of all salt water, the Mediterranean no longer shelters the great coral reefs that thrived 60 million years ago. This is due to millennia of climactic and oceanographic changes.

What can you see during snorkeling?

There’s no need to scuba dive to encounter the creatures we are all dreaming to observe underwater: colorful tropical fish (angelfish, clownfish, butterflyfish…), whale sharks, sea horses, sea turtles, reef sharks, rays, octopuses, starfish, giant clams, moray eels, and even dolphins and whales…

Is snorkeling safe for non swimmers?

Can non-swimmer snorkel? We receive this question all the time! The short answer is yes, doing it right non-swimmers can snorkel! Once understanding this, a shallow waters area is needed to offer the briefing, where non- swimmers feel safe and open to listening to any instruction.

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