Scuba diving at Spain's Marine Resorts –a great idea
Millions of people every year choose the seaside in Spain for their holidays. Its extensive coastline and its climate make it a place to be enjoyed all year round. The Marine Resorts offer holidays to suit all tastes: sailing, scuba-diving, kayaking, windsurfing...
Scuba diving is a fascinating sport
Spain is an ideal destination for scuba diving. Find out for yourself at the Marine Resorts to be found all along the Spanish coast, north and south, and also in the Balearic Islands. Here you can try this sport for the first time or improve your technique, with full safety guarantees and all the necessary equipment.
Scuba diving is one of the many activities available at Spain's Marine Resorts, where you can design a made-to-measure holiday at any time of year. Come and dive in Spanish waters, and discover a hidden underwater world as you enjoy this fascinating sport. You'll be rewarded with unique sensations under the watchful eye of specialised professionals, guides and instructors, using suitable equipment and boats, all with the Marine Resorts guarantee.
Whatever your level of experience, don't worry because we make it easy. If it's your first time, go for an initiation dive: in a few hours you'll receive a theory class, followed by an easy dive. If you want to take things further, there are a wide range of courses available at the Marine Resorts themselves, with different levels of difficulty and duration.
There are many interesting places to go diving, some of which are extraordinarily beautiful. This is the case of the Cabo de Creus area and the Medes Islands on the Costa Brava, in the province of Girona on the Mediterranean Sea. There are also sites in Catalonia –in the province of Barcelona you can dive in the crystal clear waters of the Costa Barcelona at the Vilanova i la Geltrú Marine Resort. Come to the Mar Menor Resort; in Murcia;, and dive off the Cabo de Palos, one of Spain's Marine Reserves. And in Andalusia, you can enjoy the Bahía de Cádiz Dos Mares marine resort. In the Balearic Islands make sure you don't miss the posidonia meadows to be found beneath the waters off Ibiza, home to the Sant Antoni y Sant Josep Marine Resort. Minorca is a Biosphere Reserve island, and another great destination, thanks to areas like El Aire Island and the S'Albufera d'Es Grau Nature Reserve;, among others. And on the island of Majorca you'll find the marine resort of Alcúdia–Mallorca and Llucmajor. Far from the Mediterranean Sea, in Galicia, you can dive in the Rías Altas and Rías Baixas estuaries at the Ribadeo and Rías Baixas Marine Resorts.
Welcome, then, to this underwater world, packed with mystery and fascinating forms, colours, shapes and creatures. In Spain you can go scuba diving at 20 of its 23 Marine Resorts. If you'd like more information, check the Marine Resorts in Spain website where you'll find all kinds of practical details.
If you're interested in this subject you can also find more information at 'Spain's Marine Resorts: holidays made to measure'.