Scuba diving in Fuerteventura. Dive sites in Fuerteventura

Scuba diving in Fuerteventura. Dive sites in Fuerteventura

Dive sistes in The coast of Fuerteventura is sea and sand in its purest state. The marvelous submarine lava rivers and abundant fish life, all make Fuerteventura one of the most attractive diving locations in Europe. The island is full of cliffs, canyons, walls, volcanic structures, sheltered coves and is undoubtedly the most varied area of the Canary Islands. For divers, the East coast of the island will be more interesting as it is where most of the top dive centers can be found. Fuerteventura is well known for its protected Wolf Island (Natural Reserve Isla de Lobos) which offers more than 20 unique dive sites. Highlights of the marine life include Atlantic and yellowfin jacks, parrotfish, barracudas and more. The waters are crystal clear with visibility from 20-30m and water temperature ranges from 19C/66F (winter) to 24C/75F (summer).. Scuba diving in The coast of Fuerteventura is sea and sand in its purest state. The marvelous submarine lava rivers and abundant fish life, all make Fuerteventura one of the most attractive diving locations in Europe. The island is full of cliffs, canyons, walls, volcanic structures, sheltered coves and is undoubtedly the most varied area of the Canary Islands. For divers, the East coast of the island will be more interesting as it is where most of the top dive centers can be found. Fuerteventura is well known for its protected Wolf Island (Natural Reserve Isla de Lobos) which offers more than 20 unique dive sites. Highlights of the marine life include Atlantic and yellowfin jacks, parrotfish, barracudas and more. The waters are crystal clear with visibility from 20-30m and water temperature ranges from 19C/66F (winter) to 24C/75F (summer).

Anfiteatro

"Anfiteatro" - Canary Islands, Fuerteventura, Spain - Fuerteventura

Access: By boat Difficulty: All divers Avg Depth: 12 m / 39.4 ft Currents: Low ( < 1 knots) Visibility: Good ( 10 – 30 m) Overhanging rocks along the whole reef shelter scorpionfish, groupers, trumpet fish and glass eyes. In the 12m-area barakudas wait for pray whilst curious amberjacks examine the divers closely, patroling in regular intervals.

Boat Tower

"Boat Tower" - Canary Islands, Fuerteventura, Spain - Fuerteventura

Average depth 10 m / 32.8 ft Maximum depth 24 m / 78.7 ft Weak Current(<1 knot) Visibility Good (10 – 30 m) QUALITY Site quality Great CMAS Experience** / AOW Bio interest Interesting MORE DETAILS Weekly crowd Crowd in end / week TYPE OF DIVING – Fresh water – Big fish DIVE SITE ACTIVITIES – Marine Biology – Night Diving – […]

El Bajon del Rio

"El Bajon del Rio" - Canary Islands, Fuerteventura, Spain - Fuerteventura

Access From Boat Diver level Advanced Depth Average: 14 m Maximum: 18 m Current Medium (1-2 knots) Visibility Average: 10 m Maximum: 30 m Located 5 minutes away by boat from the port of Corralejo, the dive site of El Bajón del Rio is a range of volcanic rocks shaped like big mushrooms up to […]

El Veril Grande

"El Veril Grande" - Canary Islands, Fuerteventura, Spain - Fuerteventura

Access From Boat Diver level Novice Depth Average: 14 m Maximum: 45 m Current Weak Visibility Average: 10 m Maximum: 30 m El Veril Grande is located in Morro Jable, at about 200m/656ft away from the shore. A huge stone wall about 45m/148ft in height is standing on the sandy seabed.The site is worth exploring […]

The Cathedral

"The Cathedral" - Cave, Wall - Canary Islands, Fuerteventura, Spain - Fuerteventura

This site in Gran Canaria is considered one of the top dives in the region due to the unusual and impressive volcanic formations.