Dive in Spain

Diving packages in Spain

Discover Scuba Diving

The discover scuba diver course with Ocean Trek takes3-4 hours.It include a briefing, some easy skills in the shallow water and a open water dive for about 45 minutes to max. 12 meter depth.Usually we dive twice a day at 10:00am and 2:00pm in small groups so that your personal instructor will always close to your side. During the dive you already see a big variety of fishes, often turtles or rays…

Pack Open water June!

With this package you will get your Open water Course with 2 fun dives EXTRA!! Join us in our subculture!! We will start in the pool and finally get in to the ocean from the boat!! We can take some pictures and videos under water which you will never forget at the end of the course!! The 2 extra dive will be more than fine to just get more confidence after the course!! Exited?? join us!!

6 dives

Six dives package with equipment from the centre. Includes equipment, guide and transport. Shore dives. Boat dive extra: 5€. Possibility of pick up from your hotel.

Advanced Open Water course

The advanced open water course is a fantastic and fun way to further your diving career and see more of what the ocean has to offer. Remember 70% of the earth's surface is water so why not dive deeper and discover more! This advanced course consists of five specialised areas: Deep Diving (~30m - mandatory) Underwater Navigation (mandatory) Peak Performance Buoyancy (recommended) 2 of your…

DSD + Fun Dive

For 2 DSD and 1 dive (incl. equipment) would be 215€ We specialise in small groups, as we believe this is the best way to teach, both in the water and during our relaxed theory sessions. Snacks, drinks, transport (hotel pick up and drop off) are provided with a professional and super friendly service!
La Graciosa

Travel to Spain


Scuba diving has a long tradition in Spain. The first diving centers were open here in 1950s. Many divers refer to Spain as “the Caribbean of Europe. Diving in Spain offers two main areas: the mediterranean and its rocky formations (caves, caverns, swim throughs, drop offs, walls) with some wreck. Famous are the Balearic islands for its turquoise blue waters, and the Medas Islands Marine Park in Costa Brava (Catalonia). The marine life in this area has a rich fauna and flora: corals, octopus, barracudas, stingrays, scorpionfish, groupers, moray eels, conger eels, amberjacks, etc.

The second main area, radically different from the first one, is the Canary Islands: located close to the eqator, and being mainly volcanic islands, the Canaries have exceptional volcanic underwater caves, caverns and tunnels to offer, home to octopi, sponges and anemones. Although the ocean floor around the islands is sandy, there are several steep volcanic rock walls and solidified lave flows have created an interesting and varied environment. Stingrays and eagle rays are abundant at Los Chuchos and Stingray Village as are tuna and barracuda. There is also a chance of seeing Bottle Nosed Dolphins, Loggerhead Turtles, Cuttlefish, Puffer Fish and seahorses. There is also a popular night dive spot in the area of Lanzarote which has an eerie abundance of green phosphorescence.



  • Sun Fish Basking

    Sun Fish Basking
  • Lanzarote, Canary Islands

    Lanzarote, Canary Islands
  • lucaa

  • Lanzarote cliffs

    Lanzarote cliffs
  • La Graciosa

    La Graciosa
  • Marcin Bury nie tylko p... ale tez SDI

    Marcin Bury nie tylko p... ale tez SDI
  • Octopus


  • Dolphin

  • Tembladera

  • Lucas


  • Ibiza


  • la palma

    la palma
  • Suri and the Octopus

    Suri and the Octopus
  • Sun Fish Basking

    Sun Fish Basking
  • Lanzarote