On the seabed in front of Due Sorelle Beach, between 7 and 14 meters in depth, are the remains of the merchant shipPotho, which was shipwrecked during a storm on the night between 14 and 15 March 1962 following the collision with the sea stacks.
The remaining parts of the wreck went through a colonization process, integrating perfectly with the reef life. Nowadays, this sunken wreck represents an attractive destination for scuba divers and snorkeling enthusiasts.
A couple of miles off the coast of Numana village, at a depth of 13-14 meters and in perfect navigation trim, lies the wreck of the motor ship Nicole, which sank during a severe storm on the night between 26 and 27 January 2003. Both the bow and stern castles are clearly visible, as well as the internals. The wreck has become an actual artificial reef, representing the ideal habitat for numerous marine species.