Spain is a country that is located in the south-western Europe on the Pyrenean Peninsula. It is a picturusque country with rich history and varied culture: starting from bullfights, ensiero and gothic architecture monuments such as cathedrals and ending with volcanoes, mountain cliffs, sandy beaches and places suitable for diving. The best dive spots are located near Canary and Balearic islands. Most of the dive sites have interesting relief: grottos, caves, tunnels and among animals there are many endemic species that can’t be found anywhere else. Diving is suitable for divers of all levels.

Location: south-western Europe, washed by Mediterranean Sea at the east and south, Atlantic Ocean at the west and the bay of Biscay at the north

What to see: Neptune grass, barracudas, jacks, bonitos, groupers, eagle rays, breams, wrasses, angel sharks, turtles, dolphins, parrotfish, hard and soft corals, sponges etc.

Depth: 3-75m/10-246ft

Currents: 1-2knots

Visibility: 30-50m/99-164ft

Season for diving: The best time for diving is from October to November. Water temperature doesn’t vary greatly: in summer it is 32C/89F and in winter – 24C/75F.

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