El Marmoler (Wreck)

Baix de Cols is a diving spot with a wall and two pinnacles, the largest starts at the surface and descends to 20-22 meters. The smallest starts at 1-2 meters and goes down to 18 meters deep.

The fauna is extraordinarily abundant, large and often hidden in the holes of the ship. It’s easy to see moonfish, lobsters, lobsters and huge three-tailed benches.

Visibility

Visibility

  • 7 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Wreck Dive

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Dive sites nearby

It has several caverns and tunnels decorated with anemones and red corals. Inside the caverns, you can find scorpionfish on the rocky bottom. To carry out this dive, good buoyancy control and flashlights are required.

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Easy dive. It can be done on the wall at a shallow depth (6-8 meters) and it can also be done over the Posidonia meadow that is between 12 and 18 meters deep. Juvenile wrasse, cuttlefish, octopus, and nudibranch tend to take refuge in it.

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Baix de Cols is a diving spot with a wall and two pinnacles, the largest starts at the surface and descends to 20-22 meters. The smallest starts at 1-2 meters and goes down to 18 meters deep.

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At this point is where begins the Natural Park of Costa del Montgrí, Illes Medes and Baix Ter. It is an easy wall dive. Maximum depth 20 meters. The bottom is composed of sandy sediment with some rocks. You can find algae, sponges and sea stars. It is a recommended dive for all levels.

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Easy wall dive. At the beginning of the dive at 12 meters deep, in front of the cave that joins with Cambres dive site, you will find a statue of a dolphin. The wall descends to 20-22 meters depth to a sandy bottom.

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Easy dive with great light contrasts and with possibilities to see different environments: rocky, sandy and seaweed bottoms. The dive is on the wall and you can go through a large arch at a shallow depth. The dive has a tunnel that connects to La Cova del Dolfí dive site

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It is an easy dive which starts at a shallow depth. It is a wall dive which ends with a very large cavern where crustaceans and moray eels can be found. The dive has a sandy, rocky bottom and a large area with algae.

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Depth 8-20 meters . This dive is easily recognizable by the bass that does not emerge. We will start the dive descending the rock and border it from North to South, encountering another rock that does not reach the surface. In it we will find a small tunnel full of coral.

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It is a wall dive with a sandy bottom. The maximum depth is 24 meters. It is accessed from the coast. The south side is a wall where sponges and anemones are usually seen. The north side is an area with many algae where nudibranchs and seahorses hide.

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It is an easy dive. The average depth is between 10 and 14 meters. It is accessed from the coast. Suitable for beginners and photographers. Great variety of macro species such as nudibranchs and crustaceans. If you are lucky, you will be able to find seahorses.

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