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This point is actually called Punta Mares and closes the western part of the bay of Portinatx. Its vertical walls falls to a depth of 38 meters, where successive rock barriers host many species.

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Sa Aigua Blanca, also called the Island of the Seagulls, is a small shoal that does not protrude more than a few centimetres out of the water. It is located close to the beach of the port of Portinatx.

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Diving point located in the calm bay of Xarraca. Suitable for all types of divers due to its perfect conditions for diving and the simplicity of its route.

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The cathedral is the most iconic dive site in the north of the island. Sited in front of the Moscarter light house at open sea, this dive is suited for advanced diver and experts.

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The Blue Holes is one of most iconic dives in Portinatx. This diving spot is located in front of the beautiful Xarraco point, a few meters from the coast.

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Very close to the Blue Holes, there is Punta Xarraca, the western end of the beautiful bay of Xarraca. On its walls we find a great variety of diving spots, from simple dives for beginners, to the deepest ones for the most experienced divers.

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This dive site owes its name to the numerous admiral anchors found at the bottom of a deep wall. Which is located in front of Punta des Gat, very close to the beach of Cala d’en Serra.

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Cuevas de Ses Caletes

Not as well-known as the Cave of Light or the Hercules Columns, the Caves of Ses Caletes are located, as their name suggests, close to the Port de Ses Caletes, a small virgin cove near the hamlet of Sant Vicent de la Cala.

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The dive takes place in one of the most representative rocks of the north coast. The Carai Bernat in front of the famous Benirras beach. Its walls that fall to a maximum depth of 27 meters can be explored by all types of divers as they have routes to various depths.

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The Hormigas Islands are two small flat blackish islets, that have been eroded by the sea and are an important sign for the seafaring people in the north of the island of Ibiza.

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