Carall Bernat

Depth 4-45 meters. One of the most visited dives of the Medes Islands for its diversity and quantity of fauna, we will start the descent at the anchor buoy located on the south face of the Carall.

One of the dives with the greatest diversity of fauna in the area, it is advisable to look frequently to the blue, as there are always passing fish such as tuna, bonito, sunfish or amberjack.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 12 m
Current

Current

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

DIVE TYPES

  • Wall/Drop Off
  • Pinnacle, Needle, Seamount

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Dive sites nearby

It is a wall dive inside a wide tunnel where you can find multiple yellow nudibranchs, scorpions, and polyps. Near the east exit of the tunnel, there is a chimney which reaches 8-10 meters deep. The use of a flashlight is necessary.

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The Reggio Messina was built in Italy in 1970. It is a 122m long ferry. It sank in 1991 to make it an artificial reef. It is located on a sandy bottom at 35 meters, so it will be better to visit by the superior structure. It is now broken into 3 pieces.

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Pinnacle or wall dive (if the shallow depth is sought). The pinnacle starts from the surface and descends to 26 meters. At the pinnacle is a cave which can be found crustaceans, nudibranchs and scorpionfish.

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It is a dive that begins at a pinnacle that goes from 5 meters to 22 meters deep. On the southwest side, at the bottom, you can find a little swim. On the side of the wall, you can find a large arch where you can find moray fins, scorpionfish, and lobsters.

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It is a wall dive that has a large cavern that has a large air chamber. At its entrance, in the background, there are a large number of rocks where the scorpionfish are protected. The maximum depth is 22 meters.

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It is an easy dive which starts at a shallow depth. It is a wall dive which ends with a very large cavern where crustaceans and moray eels can be found. The dive has a sandy, rocky bottom and a large area with algae.

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Baix de Cols is a diving spot with a wall and two pinnacles, the largest starts at the surface and descends to 20-22 meters. The smallest starts at 1-2 meters and goes down to 18 meters deep.

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It has several caverns and tunnels decorated with anemones and red corals. Inside the caverns, you can find scorpionfish on the rocky bottom. To carry out this dive, good buoyancy control and flashlights are required.

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Easy dive. It can be done on the wall at a shallow depth (6-8 meters) and it can also be done over the Posidonia meadow that is between 12 and 18 meters deep. Juvenile wrasse, cuttlefish, octopus, and nudibranch tend to take refuge in it.

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Baix de Cols is a diving spot with a wall and two pinnacles, the largest starts at the surface and descends to 20-22 meters. The smallest starts at 1-2 meters and goes down to 18 meters deep.

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