Due to its privileged situation in the extreme south of Europe, Spain is a country surrounded by water with coasts that overlook Cantabrian, Atlantic and Mediterranean Seas. It is a paradise for scuba diving, 3,000 kilometers of coastline providing amazing depths and views.
El Hierro (Canary Islands). Here you will find some of the most relevant scuba diving areas in Spain, such as El Bajón or La Restinga in El Hierro, among others. All of them will amaze you with their incredible lively underwater, full of richness and ecological value. The seabed of the island is a true paradise for any scuba diver.
Cabo de Palos (Murcia). Cabo de Palos Marine Reserve is one of the areas of greatest underwater diversity in Europe, for its algae, corals, immense variety of fish and even cetaceans in transit to the Atlantic have led it to be declared best diving destination of the continent. One of the most popular wrecks is El Sirio, which sank in 1906 and is the largest civil wreck in Spanish waters.
Islas Medas (Girona). The large groupers that live in the Medes waters are one of the many attractions that this small archipelago has. Diving accompanied by groupers of more than thirty kilos, large schools of fish and visiting with total security the underwater tunnels of the Vaca cave, the Dofí tunnel or the Reggio wreck leaves no one indifferent.
Cabo de Gata (Almeria). Groupers, conger, pollock, moonfish, starfish, sponges, anemones and other species enjoy their natural habitat at 20 meters deep. Prying eyes can immerse themselves in Cerro Negro, a 17 meters underwater rock area where diving is practiced. Another good place to dive is Piedra Las Negras, a very close spot there 32 meters deep.