Âncoras

Archaeological diving site where you can see anchors from 17th, 18th an 19th century. The possibility of diving between rock formations, draws much attention to this point. Maximum depth of 17m

Gorgonians, commun crabs, spider crab nudibranchs, conger eel, morays eel, scorpion fish, octopus, cuttlefish, squid

Level

Level

  • Beginner
Visibility

Visibility

  • 6 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Wall/Drop Off

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

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Canavial

A combination of stone, sand, and ranging from 3 – 8m in depth, makes this place perfect for training dives and Try Scuba. It is also a good option to combine diving and snorkeling experiences.

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Paredes do Porto de Mós

Great rocky elevation. This place creates a perfect environment for conger eel and morays due to the porosity of the rock. The use of a flashlight is recommended.

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Propellers Paradise

It is an unidentified wreck, probably a tugboat. Wreckage around a five-bladed propeller. Surrounded by sand it becomes a true oasis for marine life.

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Almeida Carvalho (Wreck)

Hydrographic Vessel Almeida CarvalhoWeight - 1320 tonsLenght - 64mBreadth-12mSunked on 21-September-2013Max depth- 30mCurrent - None to moderate

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Hermenegildo Capelo (Wreck)

The Ocean Revival Underwater Park, demarcated on the surface by signalling buoys, consists of four Portuguese Navy ships that serve as artificial reefs unique in the world, with Hermenegildo Capelo being one of these 4 ships.

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Navio Zambeze (Wreck)

The Ocean Revival underwater park, marked on the surface by signalling buoys, consists of four Portuguese Navy ships that serve as unique artificial reefs, with the Zambeze being one of these ships.

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Oliveira e Carmo (Wreck)

The Ocean Revival underwater park, off the Algarve coast of Portugal, is demarcated on the surface by signalling buoys and consists of four Portuguese Navy ships that serve as unique artificial reefs. The Oliveira e Carmo is one of these ships.

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Canhoneira Faro

Hundred year old wreck, mainly the boiler of the shiop can be seen, as well as some spreaded metal parts. Surrounded by sand, this small wreck works like a shelter for small creatures and many small kind of fish. Intersting for novice divers or even keen wreck divers who like to dive in a piece of history!

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Castelo de Neptuno

Round shaped reef with various craters and dive troughs. Maximum depth of 13m. Ideal for all kind of divers, from the novice ones to the more enthusiastic who are searching for a funny chillout dive. Ideal for macro photography.

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Península dos Covos

Península dos Covos is located in front of Cova Redonda beach next to Armação de Pêra, a very rich dive with the facility of diving from the beach.

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