It is true that the Mediterranean Sea, unlike many parts of the world, has no coral reefs. But it still contains rich and varied underwater life. In fact, 40% of marine species in the Mediterranean are native to the region and can be found nowhere else in the world. The posidonia (or Neptune Grass) seabeds, in particular, form a unique ecosystem, containing nearly 25% of the species in the Mediterranean Sea. Waters that are often warm and crystal-clear, with little turbulence, a warm-hearted sun, many species of colorful fish, and unique underwater environments – everything you need for a great snorkeling exploration!

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