Ever considered Spanish scuba diving holidays? It may not be the most obvious choice, but the 3 best dive sites in Spain rival anything in Europe.
Sunny Catalonia host a variety of dive sites for all levels, including caves, wrecks, corals and underwater mountains.
- Medas Islands, Girona: Diving in these islands is an unforgettable experience, and one of the most beautiful diving spots in the world. It is rated as Spain’s top dive attraction due to its attractive location, easy access and gorgeous aquatic fauna.
- Cap de Creus, Girona: The Cap de Creus is a maritime-terrestrial natural park, which was declared as such to maintain its exceptional natural heritage intact, as it is one of the best-preserved areas of the Mediterranean.
Costa de Almería – Cabo de Gata
The area is volcanic in origin and its coastline is a genuine paradise for scuba diving. Warm, clean, crystal-clear waters provide great visibility, the water temperature is relatively mild from January to December and the sea is calm.
Costa del Sol – Las Bóvedas
Las Bóvedas is a large reef, which stretches almost 1km, 5km from Marbella. This is quite a busy location, with divers and snorkelers due to the sheer number of marine species that call this site their home.