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Artificial - Block2

A large number of concrete sculptures (cubes, tubes, pyramids) form a great habitat for quite some sea life. The sandy bottom forms a great contrast with the sculptures. One of the 5 sites of the Artificial Reef.

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Artificial - Blok1

A large number of concrete sculptures (cubes, tubes, pyramids) form a great habitat for quite some sea life. The sandy bottom forms a great contrast with the sculptures. One of the 5 sites of the Artificial Reef.

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Artificial - Block3

A large number of concrete sculptures (cubes, tubes, pyramids) form a great habitat for quite some sea life. The sandy bottom forms a great contrast with the sculptures. One of the 5 sites of the Artificial Reef.

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Ray Bank, Gran Canaria

A large number of concrete sculptures (cubes, tubes, pyramids) form a great habitat for quite some sea life. The sandy bottom forms a great contrast with the sculptures.

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Meteor, Arguineguin, Gran Canaria

The Meteor or El Pajar wreck is the remains of a Russian hydrofoil that sank back in the early 2000’s. Seen the wreck is in the entry of a commercial port, it was destroyed in an attempt to keep the divers away. Despite this attempt, the wreck remains home to quite some wildlife.

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El Pajar Bay

Easy and shallow dive site ideal for beginners and snorkelers. The white sand gives a great diving and snorkelling experience. Great time looking for wildlife between the many rock formations.

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Pasito Blanco

The dive spot of Pasito Blanco is situated about five minutes from the sports beach in Pasito Blanco at the south of the island. The sea floor is like a rectangular morphology up to 60 meters long and 16 meters wide. A visit to Pasito Blanco to explore all the nooks and crannies can reveal a whole variety of life.

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Salobre Reef

The Salobre Reef is an extension of the beautiful Pasito Blanco Natural Reef. The long, approximately 2 meter high wall is home to a lot of wild life. On the sandy bottom you can find rays (eagle rays, electric rays and stingrays) and sharks.

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Helena Reef

Small little reef, about 1.5m high, easy for all diver levels. Depth average 15m.Best time to dive is early morning, later in the day there might be a strong current.

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Arguineguin Reef

Arguineguin Reef, located just outside the port of Arguineguin, is formed by a long stretched rock reef. This close-by dive location is following the border between the sandy bottom and a rocky natural volcanic reef. In the many holes and hideaways you find a large variety of sealife. Besides the different species.

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