Scuba diving in La Palma. Dive sites in La Palma

Scuba diving in La Palma. Dive sites in La Palma

Dive sistes in La Palma is one of the smallest of the Canary islands, also called “isla bonita”. It is famous for its rough volcanic landscape, lava formations, steep walls, basalt arches, canyons, and the green forests, for the clear sky and the biggest telescope of the world. The warm Atlantic Ocean between 19° C and 26° C surprises with its subtropical to tropical fauna and visibility of up to 40m. The dive sites are located on the entire southern half of the island and are only slightly dived. Directly in front of the base on the west coast is the house reef of Tauchpartner La Palma, which offers for everyone – from the beginner to the professional – exciting dives. . Scuba diving in La Palma is one of the smallest of the Canary islands, also called “isla bonita”. It is famous for its rough volcanic landscape, lava formations, steep walls, basalt arches, canyons, and the green forests, for the clear sky and the biggest telescope of the world. The warm Atlantic Ocean between 19° C and 26° C surprises with its subtropical to tropical fauna and visibility of up to 40m. The dive sites are located on the entire southern half of the island and are only slightly dived. Directly in front of the base on the west coast is the house reef of Tauchpartner La Palma, which offers for everyone – from the beginner to the professional – exciting dives.

Las Puertas

"Las Puertas" - Canary Islands, La Palma, Spain - La Palma

The dive site is located on the east side of the island. Accessible from a boat

Malpique

"Malpique" - Canary Islands, La Palma, Spain - La Palma

The Torre (Tower) of Malpique, in the far south of La Palma, is a difficult dive at a depth of a maximum of 40 metres and is of great interest to underwater photographers and lovers of vertigo and weightlessness. The Torre is a massive column of volcanic rock , about 20 metres high which emerges […]