DIVE SITES

Let me teach you the secrets of the Costa Brava

PECIO BOREAS

PALAMÓS

Shipwreck

This 40-metre long vessel is located off Palamós and lies at a depth of 31 metres. First commissioned as a tugboat by the German Navy during the Second World War, then used as a cargo ship once the war was over, it was finally detained for drug trafficking. After three years berthed in the port of Palamós, it was finally sunk for recreational diving purposes.

ULLASTRES

PALAFRUGELL

Pyramid formation

Unique rock formation composed of various peaks at depths varying between 8 and 50 metres. All three mountains are home to a variety of marine wildlife, including a large number of stunning gorgonian corals.

ISLAS FORMIGUES

PALAFRUGELL

Underwater tunnels

This dive can be completed at different depths, depending on your level. You'll swim along a network of underwater tunnels, home to a rich, diversified aquatic life.

ROCA ROJA

PLATJA D'ARO

Rock formation

Unique rock formation shaped like a bread stick, orientated from the coast towards the sea shore and with depths going from 8 metres at the peak to 30 metres at the foot. Home to many species, and more particularly nudibranches.

LLOSA DE PALAMÓS

PALAMÓS

Underwater tunnels

A maze of tunnels where careful navigation will be required. This site offers a range of diving possibilities but the more experienced divers will particularly enjoy exploring the remains of the Cairo shipwreck, and more especially the ship frames and its cargo of building materials.

TÚNELS DE PORT SALVI

ST.FELIU DE GUIXOLS

Underwater tunnels

Unique formation comprised of two 20 metre-long tunnels which can be found at a depth of 26 metres. Located close to each other, both tunnels can be explored on the same trip.

LA MAR MENUDA

TOSSA DE MAR

Small bay

The cove of La Mar Menuda is definitely one of the best diving destinations on the coast. Despite the absence of gorgonian corals, you'll still be amazed by its plentiful aquatic life.