3 Marine Reserves for diving
La Restinga Marine Reserve on the island
of El Hierro
La Restinga is a sanctuary where turtles, tunafish, rays, grouper, dolphins and barracudas visit every year and from time to time, a peaceful whaleshark. In 2011, a new underwater volcano emerged from the heart of the earth. Some time afterwards, in its newly regenerated depths, life has found its way again and today the reserve is home to an even richer and more varied biodiversity.
Marine Reserve of the southwestern coast of the island of La Palma
The waters of the island of La Palma are an option of great interest to those looking for deep sea diving. These waters with several arches, caves and cliffs, some as deep as 300 metres, offer exciting challenges to the most expert scuba diver. Different species like grouper (there are several large specimens) eagle rays, spotted burrfish and black coral are waiting for you.
Marine Reserve Island of La Graciosa and islets next to the island of Lanzarote
The marine reserve of this small Canary Island, La Graciosa, situated to the north of the island of Lanzarote, is the largest protected marine area in Europe. Thanks to the diversity of its sea fauna, its spectacular depths are home to unique beauty in all its diving spots, among which there are some suitable for all levels of diving experience.
Discover another world
In search of underwater
all year round
If you want to take up this wonderful sport, you will find a great number of diving schools and places to hire equipment. And all this under the supervision of professionals who will look out for your safety at all times.
If you are already a diver, the Canary Islands may be, if they aren't yet, your natural paradise. There, right next door, you will surely find that spot you have been looking for forever to carry out your dream dive. Visit us soon, hire the equipment and go down to the depths.
If you are looking for a challenge to suprise an expert like you and which lives up to your technique and skill then you are going to love the deep waters around the Canary Islands. The very scant continental shelf which surrounds them puts them within arms reach. What are you waiting for? See spots