Dive in Spain

Diving packages in Spain

Rescue diver course

The rescue diver course really advances your diving skills. You will watch yourself grow and adapt as a diver to be able to cope with several different scenarios including the management of diving water-related accidents and self-rescue. As opposed to other recreational diving courses where you focused primarily on your own diving, your focal point shall now be broadened to care for and supervise…

2 dives - 1 day

Diving in Javea and Denia is characteristic of Mediterranean backgrounds with all kinds of wildlife Marina. Stresses scenically, his tours of passageways, tunnels, caves. The dive profile is for all levels of diving, with simple dives, little current and can make your dive always sheltered from the wind and waves.

Rescue Diver

The PADI Rescue Diver course increases your level of expertise. The Rescue Divers learn to look beyond themselves and consider the safety and well being of other divers. The Rescue Diver training will prepare you to prevent problems and, if necessary, manage dive emergencies, and this will increase your confidence. In the course you will learn: self-rescue and diver stress, equipment and emergency…

Two dives in one day for certified divers

You can come with us to explore the secret dive sites around Tenerife. There are nice spots for beginners but also for experienced divers. The special volcanic formations and the abundant fauna amaze the divers from all over the world.You will go in the water with a guide who will show you the best places following your wishes.Included: weights, tanks, guide, transport to and from hotel Not…

6 dives with own equipment

Six dives package with own equipment. Includes a guide and transport. Shore or boat dives, depending of the sea conditions. Possibility of pick up from your hotel.
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.


  • Tembladera


  • Lanzarote, Canary Islands

    Lanzarote, Canary Islands

  • Sun Fish Basking

    Sun Fish Basking
  • Octopus

  • Ibiza

  • Lanzarote

  • Dolphin

  • Lucas

  • Lanzarote cliffs

    Lanzarote cliffs
  • La Graciosa

    La Graciosa
  • Sun Fish Basking

    Sun Fish Basking

  • la palma

    la palma
  • lucaa


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

    Marcin Bury nie tylko p... ale tez SDI
  • Suri and the Octopus

    Suri and the Octopus