The Balearic Islands conjures up images of the perfect island getaway with white sand beaches, culinary delights, great nightlife, and most importantly, dramatic seascapes and shipwrecks that make ...
The Canary Islands has year-round sun, warm, clear water, dramatic underwater volcanic seascapes and a unique biodiversity which draws divers from all over.
Sunny Catalonia in Spain is home to Costa Brava, Barcelona and Tarragona. All three destinations host a variety of dive sites for all levels, including caves, wrecks, corals and underwater mountains.
Cradling Valencia in the crook of its curve, Costa Blanca is a popular place to head beneath the waves, enjoying the spectacular sights beneath the Mediterranean.
Costa del Sol is a world renowned stretch of coastline found in the south of Spain. Dotted with several seaside towns and communities, the “Sun Coast” has long been a desirable locale.
There is an incredible variety of marine life in Spain’s waters, from huge sea bass to tiny nudibranchs. Shimmering mackerel come in massive schools, bringing macro predators of all types. You can see whales, dolphins, and sometimes even sharks on your dives. Huge barracuda are common, especially around the many wrecks in these waters. Farther out, you can see tremendous grouper and tuna, a spellbinding sight.
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