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The holiday is approaching. Go Scuba Diving in Spain

Striped mullet, Cabo Cope Puntas del Calnegre Regional Park, Spain

Spain, with its extensive coastline and beautiful waters, offers diving enthusiasts a variety of opportunities to explore the underwater world. From the rugged north coast with its big blue sharks to the serene Mediterranean with colorful fan corals, Spain has something for everyone when it comes to diving [1].

Diving opportunities from north to south

One of the most famous dive sites in Spain is the Medes Islands off the Costa Brava. This nature reserve is home to a wealth of marine life and shipwrecks, providing divers with a unique diving experience [3]. Costa Blanca offers pleasant temperatures all year round, calm seas and varied marine life, while Costa Dorada attracts both beginners and advanced divers with its mix of beaches and rocky coasts [3].

Sea Anemone, Cabo Cope Puntas del Calnegre Regional Park, Spain
Sea Anemone, Cabo Cope Puntas del Calnegre Regional Park, Spain

Another popular destination for scuba diving in Spain is the Andalusia region, with places such as Almuñécar, La Herradura, Salobreña and Calahonda. Here divers can enjoy a diversity of marine life [3]. The Costa del Sol in Alicante offers a beautiful reef, caves, tunnels and the chance to spot sunfish and dolphins [2]. The Canary Islands and Balearic Islands are also popular diving destinations, with crystal clear waters and breathtaking underwater scenery [5].

When are you going to Scuba Dive in Spain?

There are ideal diving conditions in Spain all year round. Water temperatures range from 19°C to 29°C in summer and 14°C to 18°C in winter, depending on the region [5]. Spain has more than 80 dive sites across the country, each with its own charm and unique marine life [5]. From colorful jellyfish in the summer to anglerfish and sunfish in the winter, divers can expect surprises all year round [4].

Ringneck Blenny, Cabo Cope Puntas del Calnegre Regional Park, Spain
Ringneck Blenny, Cabo Cope Puntas del Calnegre Regional Park, Spain

For those interested in diving in Spain, there are several dive schools and guides available to help plan diving excursions and explore the best dive sites.

[1] https://www.padi.com/nl/duiken-in/spanje/

[4] https://www.divingworld.nl/duikvakantie/Europa/Spanje/

[5] https://www.divessi.com/nl/mydiveguide/destination/spain-9750218

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