Top Snorkeling and Scuba Diving in Canary Islands

Ready to check out the best sites in Canary Islands for scuba diving, snorkeling, shore diving, free diving or other ocean activities? Zentacle has 186 dive sites, snorkel spots, beaches, and more. Discover hand-curated maps, along with reviews and photos from nature lovers like you. No matter what you're looking for, you can find a diverse range of the best ocean activities in Canary Islands to suit your needs.
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The Island of Fuerteventura

#1 - The Island of Fuerteventura

Canarian Islands, Europe

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The Island of Fuerteventura has several shore dives where you even see sharks and lots of big rays.
Gran Canaria

#2 - Gran Canaria

Canarian Islands, Europe

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Gran Canaria is an underwater resort on the south eastern tip that is only accessible from shore. Lots of moray eels, barracudas, huge mass of snappers, rays have been seen.
Playa Flamingo

#3 - Playa Flamingo

Canary, Lanzarote

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Reef running off from sea wall. lots of fish life in the area, with Rays, Barracuda, Morays, Angel Sharks and Amberjacks. Nice dive for fish life and photos. Beware of occasional currents on the dive site. Easy access from beach. Short swim to sea wall for start of reef. Playa Flamingo is also known as Flamingo Reef.
Arrecife artificial

#4 - Arrecife artificial

Canary, Gran Canaria

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Pasito Blanco Arrecife artificial is also known as Arrecife artificial de Pasito Blanco, Artificial Reef.
The Portuguese Island of Madeira

#5 - The Portuguese Island of Madeira

Canarian Islands, Europe

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The Portuguese Island of Madeira has a excellent diving facility with a fantastic shore dive place. Even schools of Manta ray can be seen here !!
Trumpetfish Reef

#6 - Trumpetfish Reef

Canarian Islands, Europe

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Boat or Shore Dive 35m -- The dive starts moderately shallow over sand and follows a gully down to the reef. There is the wreck of a small boat and the shell of a car in the sand en route. In this area are numbers of large Spider Crabs. After reaching the reef swim with the wall on the right hand side. Trumpetfish are common here, and remember to keep a lookout to seaward to see Barracuda and Jacks. When it is time to go shallower turn back onto the top of the reef and swim into the shallower water LANZAROTE, situated approximately 95kms off the west coast of North Africa, is a volcanic island rising out of the deep Atlantic Ocean. It is the most northerly of the 7 Canary Islands and is on the same latitude as Florida and the Red Sea. Lanzarote benefits from a sub-tropical climate with more days of sunshine and fewer days of rain than the other Canary Islands.
Mala

#7 - Mala

Canarian Islands, Europe

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Shore Dive 8m to 25m -- Mala is a small resort in the north east of Lanzarote. It is a fair way from anywhere else and attracts a number of naturists. There is an almost circular rocky cove which provides the swimming area and the entry and exit point for diving. To reach the cove involves a walk along, and then down the cliff on a rocky path where entry and exit to the water is by a ladder. This is not always possible so we will not undertake the journey to Mala when the winds are from the east or south and there is a swell running. When conditions are good this is a pleasant dive over sand and rock. There are a number of rocky outcrops and an area with caves which can be entered. These are a photographer's delight. Shoals of fish swim around the rocks and Angel Sharks, Rays and Groupers are common. Two dives are possible here, one to the left and the other to the right, so a two dive day is possible at Mala. LANZAROTE, situated approximately 95kms off the west coast of North Africa, is a volcanic island rising out of the deep Atlantic Ocean. It is the most northerly of the 7 Canary Islands and is on the same latitude as Florida and the Red Sea. Lanzarote benefits from a sub-tropical climate with more days of sunshine and fewer days of rain than the other Canary Islands
Barrilla Reef

#8 - Barrilla Reef

Canarian Islands, Europe

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Boat or Shore Dive 0m to 12m -- Usually starting from Playa de la Barrilla, this gentle dive takes divers out onto the natural extensions of the sheltering horseshoe arms of the bay. There is a long natural cave at 5 metres and the bay itself is very sheltered and home to vast shoals of tame fish. Look out for Grey Mullet, Sea Bream, Parrotfish, Lizardfish, Wrasse, Damselfish and Cuttlefish. At night Octopus, Angel Sharks and Tube Worms are commonly seen. This bay is used for training, refresher and night dives, but is worth exploring by all levels of diver. LANZAROTE, situated approximately 95kms off the west coast of North Africa, is a volcanic island rising out of the deep Atlantic Ocean. It is the most northerly of the 7 Canary Islands and is on the same latitude as Florida and the Red Sea. Lanzarote benefits from a sub-tropical climate with more days of sunshine and fewer days of rain than the other Canary Islands.
Cathedral

#9 - Cathedral

Canarian Islands, Europe

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Boat or Shore Dive 32m--The Cathedral is a large natural cavern in the reef wall. Its entrance is about 10 metres tall. It's best to approach the Cathedral from mid-level on the wall or from above over the sand. Take a torch to see the abundance of life on the walls and roof and in the innermost point, which is like a small garden and is home to Cardinalfish and large Grouper. There are Yellow Horn Corals, Tube Worms and Prawns in the end, and Jewel Anemones, Cup Coral, Sponges and Sea Mat on the roof. Look out for Moray Eels near the entrance and don't miss the sight of the bubbles percolating through the rock and sand above the Cathedral on your way back. LANZAROTE, situated approximately 95kms off the west coast of North Africa, is a volcanic island rising out of the deep Atlantic Ocean. It is the most northerly of the 7 Canary Islands and is on the same latitude as Florida and the Red Sea. Lanzarote benefits from a sub-tropical climate with more days of sunshine and fewer days of rain than the other Canary Islands.
Red Coral

#10 - Red Coral

Canarian Islands, Europe

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Boat or Shore Dive 32m -- This dive can start from the shore at Playa Barrilla or can be from the boat. The dive goes along the wall at the edge of the reef where there are lots of nooks and crannies to explore. Life on the wall is good; there are Sponges, Sea Mat, Sea Squirts and amongst them are Nudibranchs; but also look out to sea where there may be Barracuda, Grouper and Rays. There is a memorial to Dieter, a previous dive centre owner, at 30 metres and a small growth of pretty Red Tree Coral in an overhang at 28 metres. The dive continues over the sand on top of the reef where there is often a Grouper waiting for the divers. LANZAROTE, situated approximately 95kms off the west coast of North Africa, is a volcanic island rising out of the deep Atlantic Ocean. It is the most northerly of the 7 Canary Islands and is on the same latitude as Florida and the Red Sea. Lanzarote benefits from a sub-tropical climate with more days of sunshine and fewer days of rain than the other Canary Islands.
El Saltadero

#11 - El Saltadero

Canary, Fuerteventura

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The entrance to the sea by the same zone where sea water enters the salt and have to take a small jump. With good weather you can get out of the sea almost anywhere, but with bad weather there is the possibility of escape through an area of natural rock, which he called The Puertito, which is about 100m further north. At the leeward Puertito (rock shelter) there is a hallway with the depth that you can exit without problems, although it is somewhat difficult to find only indications, so we recommend that you go with someone who knows the area, at least the first time. Enjoy. Access to this point dip from the coast is situated in the extreme north of the Salt Museum in Las Salinas del Carmen.
Agujero azul

#12 - Agujero azul

Canary, Lanzarote

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Nice scenic dive lots to see easy conditions and good vis.Blue hole a large swim through dropping from top of the wall in 20m to wall face at 30m. Access via harbour steps and short surface swim. Agujero azul is also known as El Hoyo, Blue Hole.
La Carrera

#13 - La Carrera

Canary, Fuerteventura

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A trench with a sand bed surrounded by volcanic formations with small caves and cracks. The sandy center is at 16m in depth, with some Eagle Rays, as well as Angel Sharks. In the surrounding rocky areas and small caves are Canarian Lobsters, Groupers, Zebra Breams, Parrot Fish, Amber Jacks, Barracuda's, Saddled Breams, Bermuda Sea Chups, Cow Breams, Guelly Jacks and Morays to be found. Southeast of the isle of Lobos.
El Bajon del Rio

#14 - El Bajon del Rio

Canary, Fuerteventura

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The bottom is a mixture of basaltic formed volcanic rocks, shaped like huge mushrooms, with loose rocks around the bottom. The rocks are up to 10m in height. Species hiding around these rocks are Black Bream, Zebra Bream, Ornate Wrasse, Parrot Fish, Guelly Jacks, Trumpet Fish, Cow Breams, Saddled Breams, Morays, Barracuda, Blue Fin Damselfish, Canarian Lobsters, Groupers, Amberjacks, Eagle Rays, Sting Rays, Trigger Fish, Scribbled Filefish, Glass Eyes, Trumpet Fish, Angel Sharks, large Scorpion Fishes and schools of Barracuda's. The dive is situated approximately in the middle of the channel, 5 minutes by boat from the port of Corralejo.
Las Anclas

#15 - Las Anclas

Canary, Fuerteventura

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Dive site is named after a large number of old anchors found there. It is a trench found along the reef that stretches from Corralejo to Playa Blanca (Lanzarote). You can find many types of rays as well as lobsters, Barred Hog Fish, Groupers, Breams, Barracuda's, Glasseyes, and the occasional deep sea fish. North of Corralejo, towards Playa Blanca (Lanzarote), 2 miles off shore
Las Americas Beach Front

#16 - Las Americas Beach Front

Canary, Tenerife

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Apart from a little reef close to the shore not much to see here. Very shallow region with sandy and rocky bottom. Easy access from the shore
Condesito Shipwreck

#17 - Condesito Shipwreck

Canary, Tenerife, Las Galletas

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Advanced divers cos of the currents. Great marine life: Dolphins, barracudas, jacks, lobsters, angel sharks... 3km from Las Galletas harbour
El Cabrón Spain

#18 - El Cabrón Spain

Canary, Gran Canaria

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The Asshole its name is a pretty fucked up access. But it's worth. The name and location shown on Google Earth are fine, but there is another entrance about 200 meters north. In the "El Cabrón" can be made several dives, the more normal is "Los Roncadores" that is 20-22 meters deep max. You can take evening and Fotosub. Access from Arinaga
Barranco

#19 - Barranco

Canary, Fuerteventura

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Along the reef, with its edges and crevices, gather huge swarms of breams, zebrabreams and guelyjacks. In the slots and holes several moray eels are at home: tigermorays, black moray eel and big mask morays are all very common here. A bit further away from the reef on the sandy areas we meet stingrays, eaglerays and angelsharks.
El Tazar

#20 - El Tazar

Canary, Fuerteventura

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El Tazar is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Canary, Fuerteventura which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Anfiteatro

#21 - Anfiteatro

Canary, Fuerteventura

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Overhanging rocks along the whole reef shelter scorpionfish, groupers, trumpet fish and glass eyes. In the 12m-area barakudas wait for pray whilst curious amberjacks examine the divers closely, patroling in regular intervals.
Russian wreck - El Pajar

#22 - Russian wreck - El Pajar

Canary, Gran Canaria

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Hydrofoil from the Russian Meteor series. Not a fantastic wreck cos very destroyed by the currents and storm. Close to El Pajaro harbour.
Mole

#23 - Mole

Canary, Fuerteventura

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Mole is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Canary, Fuerteventura which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Camino de Altura

#24 - Camino de Altura

Canary, Fuerteventura

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Camino de Altura is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Canary, Fuerteventura which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
El Muellito

#25 - El Muellito

Canary, Fuerteventura

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El Muellito is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Canary, Fuerteventura which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Sardina

#26 - Sardina

Canary, Gran Canaria

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Simple dive, not very spectacular. The most usual route is to exit by the stairs of the old pier and follow the outside of the breakwater.
El Portal

#27 - El Portal

Canary, Fuerteventura

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El Portal is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Canary, Fuerteventura which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
El Mirador

#28 - El Mirador

Canary, Fuerteventura

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El Mirador is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Canary, Fuerteventura which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Cueva de los cerebros

#29 - Cueva de los cerebros

Canary, Tenerife

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volcanic tube that allows us to go to zero level in the interior. Variety of crustaceans, highlighting the presence of the sponge brain, typical of the deep that can be seen in this cave, which gives its name to the immersion Few meters from San Juan beach. The mouth of the cave is easy to find
La Catedral

#30 - La Catedral

Canary, Tenerife

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The cathedral is one of the best dive site in Tenerife North. Northern Tenerife.
El Acuario

#31 - El Acuario

Canary, Tenerife

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diving in the same area as deco dangers... take care! beneath the cages of the farm is easy to find agelotes, large stingrays, bishops, eagles, mice who come to see you, Lacha banks and seahorses
Playa Chica

#32 - Playa Chica

Canary, Lanzarote

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Playa Chica is also known as house reef.
El Bajón

#33 - El Bajón

Canary, Hierro

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One of the best dives I've done ever. Impressive. When there is current is more complicated but there is much more life tabi (jurel Bicuda, Gallo Blue Sargos ...) In boat leaving the port of restinga. Is not easy to find if you do not know where this, although usually is some buoy.
Richies Place

#34 - Richies Place

Canary, Lanzarote

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Richies Place is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Canary, Lanzarote which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Puerto Naos nord

#35 - Puerto Naos nord

Canary, La Palma

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Close to the Marine protected area there are a lot of diferent species. Lava rock and sandy areas- Easy from the beach in the north end of the beach. Puerto Naos nord is also known as Puerto Naos.
Las Setas

#36 - Las Setas

Canary, Lanzarote

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The island was once populated by monk seals, so the name it's for the seals rather from wolves. The sea bottom its made of limestone, that have been eroded to form structures that seem like mushrooms. Because the strong currents, a lot of medium and small sea life take cover in this mushrooms. This dive spot is located near the Isla de lobos (Lobos Island). Las Setas is also known as Las setas de isla de lobos.
Temple Hall Wreck

#37 - Temple Hall Wreck

Canary, Lanzarote

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Can't miss just head to the big boat wreck. Temple Hall Wreck is also known as Telamón.
Malpique

#38 - Malpique

Canary, La Palma

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Malpique is also known as Torre de Malpique.
Las Cabras

#39 - Las Cabras

Canary, La Palma

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Las Cabras is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Canary, La Palma which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Ceuva Elevitero

#40 - Ceuva Elevitero

Canary, Tenerife

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El Abrigo, SE of Tenerife Island. Ceuva Elevitero is also known as Black Cove.
La bombilla

#41 - La bombilla

Canary, La Palma

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Nice Dive side formed by the lavaeruption of the St. Juan Volcan 1994. Right side very deep, left side with 13 arches in shallow water. Easy access in summer via the pontoon, in winter more difficult, becaus the pontoon is not installed and the rocks have to be passed.
Chucho Rif

#42 - Chucho Rif

Canary, Gran Canaria

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Pasito Blanco
El Fraile

#43 - El Fraile

Canary, La Palma

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El Fraile is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Canary, La Palma which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Diente de Ajo

#44 - Diente de Ajo

Canary, Tenerife

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Outgoing lava enters the sea. Possibility to see a black coral. By boat from Los Gigantes with a diving club from the ground or from Punta de Teno
Bajada de Caleta

#45 - Bajada de Caleta

Canary, Gran Canaria

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Seen some Manta's here in august Slippery and sharp rocks, can be hard to come in and go out when it is windy and there are wave's.
Baja de Arguineguín

#46 - Baja de Arguineguín

Canary, Gran Canaria

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Baja de Arguineguín is also known as Arguineguin Rif.
El Canyon

#47 - El Canyon

Canary, La Palma

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An alternative route along the wall down to 40+ m can be done and is quite nice - when you're trained and in good condition (current!). Recommended to ask an experienced local.. and watch your Dive Computer for Deco ;-)
Taliarte

#48 - Taliarte

Canary, Gran Canaria

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Located between the mouth of the harbor and beach hair, is a rocky area with a large number of invertebrates, including a cebadal and various types of algae. Immersion smooth and level with easy access from land.
Arinaga

#49 - Arinaga

Canary, Gran Canaria

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Dive easy to access and perform, peligo little difficulty and little input or output orientation, and several easy routes to follow. Mixed background of sand and rocks. The car you can park almost literally in the access. Great comfort to either of the teams on the promenade. Arinaga is also known as Risco verde.
Baja Pasito Blanco

#50 - Baja Pasito Blanco

Canary, Gran Canaria

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Easy diving complications can admire the marine life is the owner of such structures. Species typical of sandy bottom most common species on the island. Access from boat, artificial reefs created by the University of Las Palmas for the regeneration of marine life in the area. Baja Pasito Blanco is also known as Reef Pasito Blanco.
Baja de San Fernando

#51 - Baja de San Fernando

Canary, Gran Canaria

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Stresses its construction fund which is real exciting, erosions that have shaped tunnels, terraces, a special attraction for the photograph. In the vicinity of the beach and with access from confital boat.
Caleta Baja

#52 - Caleta Baja

Canary, Gran Canaria

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Noting that it is an area where you can see the blankets as desired devil, angels and mantelinas grunts and a bank at the entrance of the cave. You can see "angelote" here (squatina squatina). Located on the beach of Caleta de down just before entering the roundabout in the direction of sardines coast, mid-level dive where the only complication is the ability to learn to enter and exit properly. Abstain on days of bad weather or excessive currents.
La Catedral

#53 - La Catedral

Canary, Gran Canaria

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One of the nicest dives in the city of Las Palmas, although not a display of marine life if it is beautiful for its large caves of volcanic and contraluces occurring. The caves are not big problem because it always is able to do both input and output.
Cermona II

#54 - Cermona II

Canary, Gran Canaria

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Special care when using this tourist submarine wreck as a daily walk, do not forget to bring in the boat with the Alpha flag (blue and banking) or the diving as it is an area very close to the output port. opportunity to visit it. Wreck located within walking distance of the port of Mogan.
Korsakov

#55 - Korsakov

Canary, Gran Canaria

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Russian fisheries collapsed in 1977 of about 80 mts. length and resting on its starboard side. In very good condition is easy to dive inside them, but be careful with that many networks are still in it. Wreck in front of the pier Reina Sofía. Korsakov is also known as Frigo.
Angela Pando (Autentico)

#56 - Angela Pando (Autentico)

Canary, Gran Canaria

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The boat is very deteriorated and its super structure collapsed some time ago which does desmecer immersion impressive as its size and landscape shaped by their life remains fairly. Stranded off the coast of the island a little farther outside of the new wharf is this super wreck of 250 Mts. in length.
Pecio Arona

#57 - Pecio Arona

Canary, Gran Canaria

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Little difficulty, although often strong currents that may hinder your dive if you are not equipped with proper fin thrust. Are some stories from this wreck so click this link to see the real and documented. Wreck located off the coast of jinamar.
Kalais

#58 - Kalais

Canary, Gran Canaria

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Greek cargo ship sunk in 1978 compared to spring Reina Sofía. Entertaining the possibility of dipping into the engine room of the title if you have advanced. Thanks to its cargo of bagged cement remained on the wreck on its keel, while enjoying the most was not lying on his side as often happens in the other wrecks.
La Bajita

#59 - La Bajita

Canary, La Palma

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La Bajita is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Canary, La Palma which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
La Emboscada

#60 - La Emboscada

Canary, Fuerteventura

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La Emboscada is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Canary, Fuerteventura which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Tabaiba

#61 - Tabaiba

Canary, Tenerife

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Enter the water via the man made sea pool. Swim under the little bridge, and drop down to the sand just out from the rocks. Look for the metal pipe (diameter approx 50cm) just to the right, and follow this out to the wreck. Easy. Always seems well protected from wind, even with a strong NE. Turn off the TF1 motorway at Tabaiba, and drive all the way to the sea. Theres a small car park at the bottom of a steep hill.
Mil Ojos

#62 - Mil Ojos

Canary, Fuerteventura

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Mil Ojos is also known as 1000 Augen.
Feriones

#63 - Feriones

Canary, Lanzarote

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There could be current. It's a dive at a Reef near the beach. You can see angel sharks, sepia and a lot of different smaller fishes. It's near the dive place playa Chica.
La Caleta

#64 - La Caleta

Canary, Tenerife

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El Espigón
El Meridian

#65 - El Meridian

Canary, Tenerife, Las Galletas

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Description: WWII Minesweeper Depth: 30 metres WW2 German minesweeper used in later life as a dolphin viewing ship from Los Cristianos. The vessel was purposely sunk on 23rd October 2005. This dive is very interesting as the wreck is intact and upright. We have spotted a resident grouper on numerous dives and lots of rays. The wreck is making an interesting artificial reef for the future as marine life starts to flourish. We load the boat, Celtic Wave, in Las Galletas Marina and take the short journey of 10 minutes to Palm Mar to the site of El Meridian.
Galletas Puerto

#66 - Galletas Puerto

Canary, Tenerife, Las Galletas

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Enter at the western side of the harbour, leave the harbour and keep on heading west, ending the dive at the little beach. Nothing special, but a shallow relaxed 1 hour dive. Great for beginners or people that haven't been diving for a while. Enter at the western side of the harbour
Radazul

#67 - Radazul

Canary, Tenerife

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Radazul is also known as radazul.
Playa Dorada

#68 - Playa Dorada

Canary, Lanzarote

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Easy dive along a reef (not natural) with most of the time no current. The visibility is always different (2-15m). Many fishes. It's directly at the beach. But you have go there with a diving center, because only they have the licence to drive with the car next to the beach. Without a car it's a long way to walk with the equitment. Playa Dorada is also known as Home Reef.
Roncadores de la Falla

#69 - Roncadores de la Falla

Canary, Tenerife

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When you descend into the water you enter a large swim through, then when you reach the end you will see a large array of sea life including a school of Roncadores, as you continue along the dive you can see Trumpet Fish, Monk Fish and Octopus, as you dive deeper you can see black coral and reef walls where you then enter a 4 metre swim though on the return to the boat
Nuevo Horizonte

#70 - Nuevo Horizonte

Canary, Fuerteventura

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Nuevo Horizonte is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Canary, Fuerteventura which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Montaña Amarilla

#71 - Montaña Amarilla

Canary, Tenerife

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Montaña Amarilla in Tenerife, is so called because of the golden coloured stone mountain, located next to the dive site. This dive is suitable for both boat diving, or to enter from the shore by ladder. Underwater there are fantastic rock formations one of which forms a horizontal swim through which leads out to the seabed where you can see a huge variety of sea life. Such as Stingrays and Roncadores, Octopus and Angel Sharks. This dive is one of the most scenic dive sites in Tenerife, and is a challenging and rewarding dive. Montaña Amarilla is also known as Yellow mountain.
El Veril Grande

#72 - El Veril Grande

Canary, Fuerteventura

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A large rock formation coming up from the sandy bottom at 20m. Drop down to around 35 - 40m at one side of rock. Large Dusky Grouper and Goldeline present around rocks. Eels can also be found inbetween rocks. By Boat from Morro del Jable harbour. El Veril Grande is also known as The Great Falling.
Cueva de Palmar

#73 - Cueva de Palmar

Canary, Tenerife

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Lots of morays and garden eels. Great underwater canyons. Do not enter the cave. Many divers have died here! By boat only Cueva de Palmar is also known as Palmar Cave.
Vallito

#74 - Vallito

Canary, Tenerife

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Lugar el Valito, east of Marazul Vallito is also known as Mar Azul, Marazul.
La Herradura

#75 - La Herradura

Canary, Hierro

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Start this dive on a bouy situated on a large rock, between 8 and 12m deep, usually surrounded by dozens of Zebra Seabreem (Diplodus cervinus). In the many cracks live Black Morays (Muraena augusti) and Brown Morays (Gymnothorax unicolor), sometimes accompanied by the rare Goldentail moray (Gymnothorax miliaris). Continue along the edge of a bank that runs parallel to the shore. Stick to a maximum depth of around 20m as below this depth the marine life diminishes considerably. Here you'll find an abundance of large Dusky Grouper (Epinephelus marginatus). Return to the boat crossing through a labyrinth formed by lava flows, where we find groups of trumpetfish (Aulostomus strigosus) and Island Groupers (Mycteroperca fusca) mixing with thousands of ornate wrasse (Thalassoma pavo). Here we find a hole covered in Black Coral at only 15m.
El Muelle

#76 - El Muelle

Canary, Fuerteventura

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A dive across the outer wall of the habour, which is re-enforced by lots of concrete crosses. Sting rays and butterflu rays can be seen in teh sand around the wall. By boat from Morro del Jable habour.
El Cabeton

#77 - El Cabeton

Canary, Fuerteventura

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A large formation of flat rocks on the sea bed. Large school of baracuda present, as well as Goldsline and Grout. By boat from Morro del Jable habour, heading west.
El Calamareo

#78 - El Calamareo

Canary, Fuerteventura

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The reef is in open water and decent by achor line. The wall extends more or less in an east-west direction, from about 8-10 meters down to 22 meters maximum. The rocks are forming vaults, large and small caves, canyons and passageways. Bring a lamp and also look into the dark crevices.
El Condesito

#79 - El Condesito

Canary, Tenerife

beginner
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El Condesito is also known as El Condesito Shipwreck.
Playa Callao, Los Cristianos

#80 - Playa Callao, Los Cristianos

Canary, Tenerife

beginner
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Dive out from the bay and leave the water through the rocky beach. Not recommended in case of high waves! Some funny objects under water. Interesting fauna and flora. At the end of Los Cristianos towards the guaza rock. Right after the Costamar building. Enter the sea at the rocky bay.
Pal Mar Faro

#81 - Pal Mar Faro

Canary, Tenerife

intermediate
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Nice dive site with interesting rock formations, lots of cuttlefish and octopus. By boat or awkward entry and exit from shore Pal Mar Faro is also known as Faro de Palmar.
Playa las Vistas Los Cristianos

#82 - Playa las Vistas Los Cristianos

Canary, Tenerife

beginner
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Easy dive, perfect for try divers. There's always some curious fishes around. If you're luck you see rays or turtles. From the beach
Labyrinth

#83 - Labyrinth

Canary, Tenerife

beginner