Dive in Canary Islands


    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

    Yellow Moutain Tenerife, Spain

    Monta?a Amarilla in Tenerife, is so called because of the golden coloured stone mountain, located next to the dive site.This dive is suitable for both boat diving, or to enter from theshore by ladder.Underwater there are fantastic rock formations one of which forms a horizontal swim through which…

    Las Eras Tenerife, Spain

    Spectacular dive site with an easy entrance, suitable for everybody.It's characterized by the amount of life you can see, like big shoals of barracudas, bogues, you can spot amberjacks, Atlantic bonitos, moray eels, octopuses, lobsters, stingrays and much much more.

    La Catedral Puerto del Carmen, Spain

    A big cave that allows many divers in at the same time, easy dive with lots of small and big things to see.
    Playa Chica Underwater Map

    Playa Chica Puerto del Carmen, Spain

    Diving in Playa Chica is StandardYou can find Interesting. Typically, visibility is Good ( 10 - 30 m)The average depth is 10 m / 32.8 ft although the maximum depth you can reach is 30 m / 98.4 ftTo reach Playa Chica you have to do it From shoreThis dive site is best suited for All divers divers.

    Sardina Gran Canaria, Spain

    Simple dive, not very spectacular. The most usual route is to exit by the stairs of the old pier and follow the outside of the breakwater.

    Las Gorgonias Corralejo, Spain

    Wall and Sea Fans

    Puertito Tenerife, Spain

    It's an easy dive.There?s a field of rocks and mooring blocks, that turns into flat sand at the mouth of the bay.Some small fish, and TURTlES!The turtles are there daily.Many people feed them, so they aren't shy.Normally there isn't any current.There are usually other divers.Be carfully with the…

    Condesito Shipwreck Tenerife, Spain

    Advanced divers cos of the currents. Great marine life: Dolphins, barracudas, jacks, lobsters, angel sharks...

    Temple hall Lanzarote, Spain

    El Tofiño Corralejo, Spain


    Angela Pando (Autentico) Gran Canaria, Spain

    The boat is very deteriorated and its super structure collapsed some time ago which does desmecer immersion impressive as its size and landscape shaped by their life remains fairly.

    Arguineguin Rif Gran Canaria, Spain


    Arinaga Gran Canaria, Spain

    Dive easy to access and perform, peligo little difficulty and little input or output orientation, and several easy routes to follow.Mixed background of sand and rocks.The car you can park almost literally in the access. Great comfort to either of the teams on the promenade.

    Artificial Reef Gran Canaria, Spain

    Baja de San Fernando Gran Canaria, Spain

    Stresses its construction fund which is real exciting, erosions that have shaped tunnels, terraces, a special attraction for the photograph.

    Bajada de Caleta Gran Canaria, Spain

    Seen some Manta's here in august

    Caleta Baja Gran Canaria, Spain

    Noting that it is an area where you can see the blankets as desired devil, angels and mantelinas grunts and a bank at the entrance of the cave.

    Cermona II Gran Canaria, Spain

    Special care when using this tourist submarine wreck as a daily walk, do not forget to bring in the boat with the Alpha flag (blue and banking) or the diving as it is an area very close to the output port. opportunity to visit it.

    Chucho Rif Gran Canaria, Spain


    Kalais Gran Canaria, Spain

    Greek cargo ship sunk in 1978 compared to spring Reina Sof?a.Entertaining the possibility of dipping into the engine room of the title if you have advanced. Thanks to its cargo of bagged cement remained on the wreck on its keel, while enjoying the most was not lying on his side as often happens in…

    Korsakov Gran Canaria, Spain

    Russian fisheries collapsed in 1977 of about 80 mts. length and resting on its starboard side. In very good condition is easy to dive inside them, but be careful with that many networks are still in it.

    La Isleta Gran Canaria, Spain

    Las Merinas Gran Canaria, Spain

    Near the base are emerging on the surface a series of rocks called the Merino.Immersion simple and entertaining by the type of rocky bottom where you can see a large quantity

    Pecio Arona Gran Canaria, Spain

    Little difficulty, although often strong currents that may hinder your dive if you are not equipped with proper fin thrust.Are some stories from this wreck so click this link to see the real and documented.

    Reef Pasito Blanco Gran Canaria, Spain

    Easy diving complications can admire the marine life is the owner of such structures.Species typical of sandy bottom most common species on the island.

    Russian wreck - El Pajar Gran Canaria, Spain

    Hydrofoil from the Russian Meteor series. Not a fantastic wreck cos very destroyed by the currents and storm.

    Taliarte Gran Canaria, Spain

    Located between the mouth of the harbor and beach hair, is a rocky area with a large number of invertebrates, including a cebadal and various types of algae.

    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

    El bajon Hierro, Spain

    One of the best dives I've done ever. Impressive. When there is current is more complicated but there is much more life tabi (jurel Bicuda, Gallo Blue Sargos ...)

    El Rincón Hierro, Spain

    Only 2 mins by boat from the harbour, the mooring buoy is located in the corner of the port wall and a rocky bar that enters the sea in North-South direction.This bar extends out to the open sea and creates a great wall dive. Follow the bar, reaching a maximum depth of 20 meters. At the end of the…

    La Herradura Hierro, Spain

    Start this dive on a bouy situated on a large rock, between 8 and 12m deep, usually surrounded by dozens of Zebra Seabreem (Diplodus cervinus).In the many cracks live Black Morays (Muraena augusti) and Brown Morays (Gymnothorax unicolor), sometimes accompanied by the rare Goldentail moray…

    La Restinga Hierro, Spain

    Erizos wrecks Lanzarote, Spain

    Papagayo Lanzarote, Spain

    Spectacular uw cliffs in front of the famous Papagayo beach. Suitable also for snorkeling. Boats taking / leaving people off/on beach traficing frequently in the bay

    Playa Dorada Lanzarote, Spain

    Easy dive along a reef (not natural) with most of the time no current. The visibility is always different (2-15m).Many fishes.

    El Canyon La Palma, Spain

    La Bajita La Palma, Spain


    La bombilla La Palma, Spain

    Nice Dive side formed by the lavaeruption of the St. Juan Volcan 1994. Right side very deep, left side with 13 arches in shallow water.

    Las Cabras La Palma, Spain


    Malpique La Palma, Spain


    Puerto Naos nord La Palma, Spain

    Close to the Marine protected area there are a lot of diferent species. Lava rock and sandy areas-

    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.

    Fariones Puerto del Carmen, Spain

    Easy Dive. None Current. Not Deep.It's a dive at a Reef near the beach.You can see angel sharks, sepia and a lot of different smaller fishes.It's near the dive place playa Chica.

    Richies Place Puerto del Carmen, Spain

    Giant walls that go down into the abyss, amazing drop offs, immense sharp rocks, caves, underwater canyons, large sand bars, and arches - all of this makes up a spectacular landscape decorated with a thousand different types of life. The landscape is one of the strong points of this dive because of…

    Pulau Pisang Brena Baja, Indonesia

    Pulau Pisang is a very remote island in Irian Jaya / Western Papua. This island is only rarely visited by liveaboards, usually as a stopover on the way from Misool to the Triton bay.The diving at Pulau Pisang was extremely rewarding. On the first dive we have seen as shoal of about 25 eagle rays, a…

    Chapel Cave Brena Baja, Spain

    Lava tunnel that leads to a "chapel" where we can surface. After the cave, we still have enough air to do a niche Open Water Dive.

    Las Coloradas Playa Blanca, Spain

    Volcanic reef
    Moray Eel

    Abades Tenerife, Spain

    From the entry spot you can start on a sandy part that brings you to a nice shallow-depth reef, direction South, at only 50 m from the beach. Divers friendly fish, wrasse, parrot fish, blue fin, breams, lizard, scorpion, morray eels (dotted, brown and tiger), octopus (common and spotted),…

    Ceuva Elevitero Tenerife, Spain


    Cueva de los cerebros Tenerife, Spain

    volcanic tube that allows us to go to zero level in the interior. Variety of crustaceans, highlighting the presence of the sponge brain, typical of the deep that can be seen in this cave, which gives its name to the immersion

    Cueva de Palmar Tenerife, Spain

    Lots of morays and garden eels. Great underwater canyons.Do not enter the cave. Many divers have died here!

    Diente de Ajo Tenerife, Spain

    Outgoing lava enters the sea. Possibility to see a black coral.

    El Acuario Tenerife, Spain

    diving in the same area as deco dangers... take care!beneath the cages of the farm is easy to find agelotes, large stingrays, bishops, eagles, mice who come to see you, Lacha banks and seahorses

    El Cabeton Tenerife, Spain

    A large formation of flat rocks on the sea bed. Large school of baracuda present, as well as Goldsline and Grout.

    El Meridian Tenerife, Spain

    Description: WWII MinesweeperDepth: 30 metresWW2 German minesweeper used in later life as a dolphin viewing ship from Los Cristianos.The vessel was purposely sunk on 23rd October 2005. This dive is very interesting as the wreck is intact and upright.We have spotted a resident grouper on numerous…

    El Mirador Tenerife, Spain

    La Caleta Tenerife, Spain

    Dive out from the bay and leave the water through the rocky beach. Not recommended in case of high waves!Some funny objects under water. Interesting fauna and flora.

    Radazul Tenerife, Spain

    Roncadores de la Falla Tenerife, Spain

    When you descend into the water you enter a large swim through, then when you reach the end you will see a large array of sea life including a school of Roncadores, as you continue along the dive you can see Trumpet Fish, Monk Fish and Octopus, as you dive deeper you can see black coral and reef…

    Tabaiba Tenerife, Spain

    Enter the water via the man made sea pool. Swim under the little bridge, and drop down to the sand just out from the rocks. Look for the metal pipe (diameter approx 50cm) just to the right, and follow this out to the wreck.Easy.Always seems well protected from wind, even with a strong NE.

    Vallito Tenerife, Spain

    Los Cristianos Tenerife, Spain

    We access that dive site from the shore. Really easy for beginners and lots of animals to see

    El Cabrón Canary Islands, Spain

    The Asshole its name is a pretty fucked up access. But it's worth.The name and location shown on Google Earth are fine, but there is another entrance about 200 meters north. In the "El Cabr?n" can be made several dives, the more normal is "Los Roncadores" that is 20-22 meters deep max. You can take…

    Mala cove The North, Spain

    Charco del Palo offers a nice circular rocky cove, good swimming and shore diving. Walk to the cove, and go down the cliff to a rocky path then a ladder.The bottom consists of sand and rocky outcrops, including caves which can be entered. Angel sharks, rays and groupers are common.This is also the…

    Charco del Palo The North, Spain

    Nice spot at the north of Lanzarote.