Is there scuba diving in Spain?

Where is the best diving in Spain?

7 of the Best Dive Sites in Spain

  • Canary Islands: Pure Atlantic Sea. …
  • Cabo de Gata: Land of cliffs. …
  • Columbretes Islands: Refuge for birds and marine fauna. …
  • Costa Brava and Pyrenees: Sea and mountain. …
  • Balearic Islands: Crystal-clear waters. …
  • North of Spain: The Cantabrian Sea. …
  • Cabo de Palos: Diving among wrecks.

What is diving like in Spain?

Diving in Spain offers some good year-round opportunities and seasonal dives, and is easy to reach from anywhere in Europe. Water temperature ranges between 10 degrees Celsius in some parts in the winter, and up to 28 degrees Celsius in summer, with the main diving season being between March and November.

How much does deep sea diving cost in Spain?

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Certified Diver Trips Full Price in Euros Deposit in Euros
Half-day, 2-dive boat diving, Marbella € 90,00 € 30,00
– with own equipment € 80,00 € 30,00
Non-diver / Snorkeller € 45,00 € 30,00
Private Guide (Marbella or Costa Tropical) € 150,00 € 50,00

Can you scuba dive in Spain in December?

Near the straits of Gibraltar, at the mouth of the Mediterranean, areas such as Granada, Málaga and Cádiz, offer diving nearly all year round.

Is Spain a kingdom?

Spain is a secular parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy, with King Felipe VI as head of state.


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Kingdom of Spain Reino de España (Spanish) show 4 other names
Demonym(s) Spanish Spaniard
Government Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy
• Monarch Felipe VI
• Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez