There is a wide variety of marine life to be found in Spain, in many different types of water. There are both warm and cold waters, different seas, and the ocean. No matter what you’re looking for, there are plenty of interesting scuba diving sites. Every place has its own unique charm, some because of the transparency of their waters, such as the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea or the Columbretes Islands east of Valencia.
In the south of Spain, you will find places to dive in warmer waters all year-round, such as Canary Islands. You will discover a great diversity of wildlife on our sea beds, from white corals to bottlenose dolphins.Whether you’re an experienced diver, or simply a snorkel lover, you’ll be able to enjoy Poseidonias meadows, carstic caves, submarine canyons, and a plethora of marine species.
On these pages, we’ll recommend the best Spanish diving sites to you. Remember that we also gladly accept suggestions, your real experiences, and images of your dives on any Spanish beach.