Dive in Fuerteventura


    El Bajon del Rio Fuerteventura, Spain

    The bottom is a mixture of basaltic formed volcanic rocks, shaped like huge mushrooms, with loose rocks around the bottom. The rocks are up to 10m in height. Species hiding around these rocks are Black Bream, Zebra Bream, Ornate Wrasse, Parrot Fish, Guelly Jacks, Trumpet Fish, Cow Breams, Saddled…

    La Carrera Fuerteventura, Spain

    A trench with a sand bed surrounded by volcanic formations with small caves and cracks. The sandy center is at 16m in depth, with some Eagle Rays, as well as Angel Sharks. In the surrounding rocky areas and small caves are Canarian Lobsters, Groupers, Zebra Breams, Parrot Fish, Amber Jacks,…

    El Marrajo Corralejo, Spain

    Lava reef
    Die wand

    El Calamareo, Corralejo,… Corralejo, Spain

    Super cool!

    Bajo de… Corralejo, Spain

    Vizarre Lava reff

    Las Gorgonias Corralejo, Spain

    Wall and Sea Fans

    El Tofiño Corralejo, Spain


    Anfiteatro Fuerteventura, Spain

    Overhanging rocks along the whole reef shelter scorpionfish, groupers, trumpet fish and glass eyes. In the 12m-area barakudas wait for pray whilst curious amberjacks examine the divers closely, patroling in regular intervals.

    Barranco Fuerteventura, Spain

    Along the reef, with its edges and crevices, gather huge swarms of breams, zebrabreams and guelyjacks. In the slots and holes several moray eels are at home: tigermorays, black moray eel and big mask morays are all very common here. A bit further away from the reef on the sandy areas we meet…

    Camino de Altura Fuerteventura, Spain

    El Muelle Fuerteventura, Spain

    A dive across the outer wall of the habour, which is re-enforced by lots of concrete crosses. Sting rays and butterflu rays can be seen in teh sand around the wall.

    El Muellito Fuerteventura, Spain


    El Portal Fuerteventura, Spain


    El Saltadero Fuerteventura, Spain

    The entrance to the sea by the same zone where sea water enters the salt and have to take a small jump. With good weather you can get out of the sea almost anywhere, but with bad weather there is the possibility of escape through an area of natural rock, which he called The Puertito, which is about…

    El Tazar Fuerteventura, Spain

    El Veril Grande Fuerteventura, Spain

    A lareg rock formation coming up from sand bottom at 20m. Drop down to around 35 - 40m at one sode of rock. Large Dusky Grouper and Goldeline present around rocks. Eels also finding inbetween rocks.

    La Emboscada Fuerteventura, Spain


    Las Anclas Fuerteventura, Spain

    Dive site is named after a large number of old anchors found there. It is a trench found along the reef that stretches from Corralejo to Playa Blanca (Lanzarote). You can find many types of rays as well as lobsters, Barred Hog Fish, Groupers, Breams, Barracuda's, Glasseyes, and the occasional deep…

    Mil Ojos Fuerteventura, Spain

    Mole Fuerteventura, Spain

    Nuevo Horizonte Fuerteventura, Spain

    La Lagunita Corralejo, Spain

    Pelagic Zone

    Fafo's Wall Corralejo, Spain

    Wall Dive
    Lava Wall

    La Gruta Corralejo, Spain

    Lava reff with nice Scape formation
    Vizarre Lava formation

    Bajo de… Corralejo, Spain

    Rocky lava reff

    La… Corralejo, Spain

    Area to see Pelagics, Jacks, tuna, casual Sharks

    Bajo de las… Corralejo, Spain

    Wall with a lot of Anemones with diferent colors, big fisch, pelagics

    Charco de las… Corralejo, Spain

    Small lava reef with a lot of small life, angel sharks, sting rays, etc.

    El Arco-… Corralejo, Spain

    Vizarre lava formation with a lot of White trevally, kingfish, parrot fisch, school of White, Zebra, Two-banded seabrems, schools of Salemas, sting rays, eagle rays, Angel sharks.