Scuba diving Cliff. Dive sites with Cliff

Scuba diving Cliff. Dive sites with Cliff

Scuba diving Cliffs are common on coasts, in mountainous areas, escarpments and along rivers. Cliffs are usually formed by rock that is resistant to weathering and erosion. Some of the largest cliffs on Earth are found underwater, therefore, many dive sites around the world offer exploration of underwater parts of huge cliffs. Divers relish the thrill of exploring places that most people don’t get to see, and some risk their lives to travel to great depths. Underwater cliff diving usually attracts photographers to capture animals we never see during daytime. Cliff dive sites | Scuba diving sites with a Cliff dive sites

El Cabron (Marine Reserve)

"El Cabron (Marine Reserve)" - Cave, Cliff - Canary Islands, Gran Canaria, Spain

The stunning underwater landscape features a large volcanic shelf, a huge natural arch, caves, tunnels, and cliffs.


"Waikiki" - Cave, Cliff, Wall - Canary Islands, Lanzarote, Spain

The bottom of the dive site is of golden sand with rocks which are full of sea life, making it perfect for snorkelling and scuba diving baptisms.

Richies Place

"Richies Place" - Cave, Cliff, fishes, Wall - Canary Islands, Lanzarote, Spain

Huge walls that go down into the abyss, slopes, immense sharp rocks, caves, underwater canyons, and arches – all of this makes up a spectacular landscape decorated with a thousand different marine life.

La Pared

"La Pared" - Cliff, Wall - Canary Islands, Lanzarote, Spain

A cliff full of small marine life.


"Papagayo" - Cliff - Canary Islands, Lanzarote, Spain

Spectacular cliffs in front of the famous Papagayo beach.