This land offers everything an experienced diver wishes: calm waters sheltered by currents and with excellent visibility, warm temperatures, a great variety of landscapes, abundant underwater life and an extensive network of diving centres and destinations prepared to host the traveller at any time of the year.
In the waters of Castellón, Valencia and Alicante we can find stunning backgrounds suitable for divers of all levels: Marine Reserves and Natural Parks, sunken ships, volcanic islands, passages of labyrinthine configuration, caves and rock arches to enjoy full dives of light. Sea beds covered with gorgonians and extensive meadows of Posidonia, colourful nudibranchs, groupers, dentex, barracudas, octopus, lobsters ... These species are only part of the surprises that await divers who want to discover our waters in depth.
Scuba diving experiences
Enjoy your first underwater experience in Calpe, discovering the seabed around the Peñón de Ifach. Come diving in this iconic part of the Region of Valencia and experience a unique feeling of weightlessness under the sea at a depth of just a few metres. All this in calm waters, constantly supervised and accompanied by a qualified instructor. This activity lasts approximately two hours.
Discover the seabed of the Mediterranean enjoying this experience. At Buceo Puerto Jávea we will show you one of the most beautiful landscapes of the Alicante coast. We will start the activity of two hours with a presentation of the activity, we will prepare the equipment, we will continue with a boat ride and then with a dive with the complete diving equipment. Activity suitable for the whole family, children from 10 years old, also groups or as an after-school activity.
Dive to a depth of 35 metres to see a shipwreck in the waters of Sagunto, the majestic S.S. Coila, which was sunk by the German submarine U64 a hundred years ago. If you are not certified to dive that deep, we suggest a visit to El Litri or Cala Egos, two merchant ships that sunk to a depth of 20 metres, where you can explore an environment that is full of underwater life. Please check dates and times on our website.
If you already have a diving licence, come dive to Tabarca Island Marine Reserve! Enjoy the first Marine Reserve in Spain, full of groupers, barracudas, etc. Dives for all levels, from Open, Advanced... We meet at the diving center in Santa Pola, where we have changing rooms with showers and specialized equipment store.
If you are a certified diver, we suggest you come and dive with us in the Columbretes Islands Marine Reserve. You will dive among lava canyons and discover huge groupers and lobsters, as well as many other species. We will depart from the Real Club Náutico de Castellón at 8 a.m. and go to the Columbretes Islands, where we will do two dives. At 4 p.m., we will head back to the port, where we will arrive at 6:30 p.m.