Cueva de la Virgen

In this dive, in addition to a large amount of marine life, it has the peculiarity of finding us in a small grotto an image of the Virgin of the Desperate.

Here we can enjoy a community of large groupers at 18m , when we ascend to 14m we will find large banks of croaker and barracuda.

Level

Level

  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 12 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Pinnacle, Needle, Seamount

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Dive sites nearby

On this dive you will descend in steps, the first at 5m, the second at 8m, the third at 14m, and the last at 18m. You will find a large stone that shows the way to ascend the other side of the wall.

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In this dive we will find underwater the result of the collapse of the mountain discovering many paths between large stones where we will enjoy many possibilities of route.

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Site used for Try Scuba Dives. On this ocean dive you will enjoy our first underwater breaths and the feeling of neutral buoyancy. You will surely like it so much that you will want to dive again .

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Ideal dive for courses, both initiation and specialties . Flat sandy bottom with rock formations where you can look for ample marine life and some small arch.

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Dive in which we can reach 20 meters deep, where we will find a rocky system while we enjoy the tour, we will descend to a depth of 14 meters heading towards the encounter of a large amount of marine life that this dive offers us.

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Ideal dive for beginners , we start with a descent to 5m to progressively go up to 15m and we will be able to enjoy a pleasant underwater ride .

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One of the most curious dives in Javea, since we enter the Island of Portitxol through an underwater canyon at a depth of 14 meters and calmly ascend to the surface passing through two large siphons also called the Neptune pools.

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The island of Portitxol is located south of Javea, once you pass the Cape of San Martin. Access is therefore restricted to boats. On the south side of the island, we will find this itinerary, consisting of two parts: the thermal baths and the baths of Neptune.

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The anchors of the Portitxol submerged museum are at a depth of between 13 and 17 meters. The route has been designed for diving clubs to do guided dives.

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Very calm dive, we have a descent down a cape to 14m where it is no longer necessary to change the depth throughout the dive, we will only descend to 18m on the southernmost side of the island to enter a canyon where we can find lots of life in their holes.

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