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Dive sites nearby

La Jaca Bay

One exit before Abades, we find this beautiful town called La Jaca. La Jaca is a small local town which provides an amazing reef with the perfect conditions for every level. An easy entrance and exit. Sometimes can be windy.

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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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Trumpet Fish Cave

Trumpet fish cave is another hidden gem known only to a few and is the local meeting place for all Trumpet fish. They are able to change colour to help with camouflage and when threatened generally hold a vertical position which is ideal for the underwater camera enthusiast.

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Abades Bay

Just about 15 kilometers south of the airport sits this marine protected area where you can dive all year round because it is protected by the Trade Winds.

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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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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 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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Playa de La Caleta del Espigon

This dive site is accessible with calm sea or a west wind. It is possible to park in the barranco which is just behind the cove. This shore dive is easier to enter from the north end.

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Marina San Miguel

Private marina just 8 kilometers south of Reina Sofia airport. Only a few centers have legal access since the entrance is from a jetty reserved for divers where the passage of boats is prohibited. There are bathrooms with showers and a bar/restaurant.

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Poco Naufragio (Wreck), Amarilla

Here we drop into approximately 16 meters and with a short swim drop down to 30 meters and the home of the local family of Stingrays. A group of 5 Rays live in the area and can be hand fed, This is a truly humbling experience when these huge animals glide across you and gently take food from your hand.

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