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Dive sites nearby

La Caleta

At the end of a cul-de-sac leading to the small beach is this enchanting and wild dive site. There is little space for parking and conditions are favorable for entry only 50% of the year, when the wind from NE is not too strong.

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El Tablado

In the heart of the beautiful town of El Tablodo, there is a nice diving spot along the town’s shore. Easy access to water, rocky, and sandy mixed bottom with sea grass further to the ocean.

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Las Eras

On the East coast, this dive site it is suitable 365 days a year thanks to the breakwater wall that protects the entrance. Tidal changes can cause the formation of currents and undertow along the wall, This site is not to be underestimated.

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El Poris

The entrance is from a pier with a pedestrian paths next to which there are free parking spaces. Comfortable entrance with large non-slip stares and rope for low tide hours. Sheltered from the main north east trade winds.

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Tabaiba Natural Pool

Tidal salt water pool of Jardin del Mar complex. Ideal for STA. Kidney shaped wit a shallow end and (ca. 0.8m) a deep end (ca. 1.6m). Closed on Tue&Wed

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El Peñon (Wreck)

El Peñon is one of the best wreck dives in Tenerife. This wreck is perfect for the wreck diver specialty, but also for fun dives. Sea conditions are great for most of the year.

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Atlantis Rooftop Pool

Rooftop pool of the Jardin del Mar complex - ideal for Static Training and shorter Dynamics. Kidney-shaped pool with a shallow end (0.8m) and a deep end (1.8m).

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Escollera y Piramide Radazul

As soon as you enter the water from the stairs of the bay, you will find a flat sandy bottom where you can see a great biodiversity. Easy dive, no current, good visibility and very pleasant to do. A favourite dive for underwater photographers.

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Cueva de Radazul

Only 10 minutes from the coast we arrive at a cliff located in the middle of the sandy area at a depth of 32 metres, which houses in its deepest part (49 metres) the entrance to a cavern with a depth of about 10 metres. Both the entrance and the interior are quite large.

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Turtle Village

We have maintained the Sea Grass since 2008 and have seen it grow exponentially to now cover some 600 sq metres. With regular Blue Oceans events and daily monitoring we have now been rewarded with a family of Turtles paying daily visits.

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