The dive site is located in a charming cove with crystal clear and turquoise water.
Underwater, we will meet various types of rock formations such as arche or caves.
The fauna that we can admire includes fish such as baracuda, scorpionfish, but also octopuses and leg snails.
Cala Fornells is a small bay with a sandy and rocky beach and ideal conditions for diving and mooring boats. From the land, it is surrounded by a pine forest, which gives it an unusual appearance and at the same time acts as a natural sunshade.
Cova del coloms
A system of uncomplicated caves where so-called air bubbles can be found.
The caves are located in the capital – Palma de Mallorca, right next to the port.
The entrances to the caves are located at a depth of about 9 meters. Due to the depth and shape of the caves, under favorable conditions, you can admire their turquoise entrances and the rays of the sun entering through them.
Calo den monjo
A bay is located between two cliffs. The most important attraction for divers is the approximately 30-meter-long tunnel that starts at a depth of 6 meters, in which we
get to the other side of the mountain. We will see caves with an air bubble and a huge arch at a depth of 18 meters. We go back around, at the huge wall, where you can meet shoals of fish or octopuses.
Calo den Monjo is a beautiful U-shaped cove located in the middle of a pine forest. In addition, Calo den Monjo is one of the two beaches declared by the municipality of Calvia as a nudist beach.
Camp de mar
Place right next to our base. Great for DSD programs and initial dives in the OWD course.
Very safe, as the maximum depth does not exceed 6 meters. It is perfect for the diffusion or implementation of refresh programs. We often carry out night dives here.
A beautifully clean beach with a small wooden bridge that stretches towards the restaurant „La Illeta” on
a rocky island. Here you can enjoy delicious food and drink with great views over the Camp de Mar bay.
This location is very desirable for its crystal clear water, pine trees and rock formations.
El Toro is located close to the coast and is one of the four nature reserves in the Palma region. El Toro is a small island where you can do up to four very different dives.
The dives begin on the platform about 6 meters underground and from there you can gradually descend to 30 meters and even reach 45 meters. At the bottom you can see grouper, invertebrates, barracuda, common teeth, European conger and octopus. Each diver can dive within the limits of his level and experience.
While diving in El Toro you will have good memories.
Sa Madonna is a huge cave located close to Cabo Llamp near the Andratx coast.
The dive site is only accessible from the boat.
The entrance to the cave begins at a depth of 7 meters and reaches 25 meters. The width of the cave is 20 meters. Inside, you can observe two air bubbles that allow you to see the dry interior of the cave. At a depth of 18 meters, there is a statue of the Madonna, from which the name was derived. While diving, we can meet moray eels, octopus, conger eels, grouper, lobsters and other Mediterranean fauna.
Sa Dragonera is an island of the west coast of Mallorca.
The biggest attraction is diving by a 50-meter vertical wall, where we can admire numerous shoals of barracudas and groupers flowing directly in front of our eyes. Underwater landscapes are distinguished by blue waters and unique rock formations.
Sa Dragonera is an uninhabited island. In 1995, Dragonera was declared a natural park. A rocky path runs all the way that connects the natural harbor of Cala Lado with the lighthouse at the southern tip of the island.
It is one of the most attractive dive sites due to its crystal clear water and geographical isolation.
S’Aquilot Island is only 2 miles from Port d’Andratx near Cape Sa Mola.
The island is just a rock that protrudes a few meters from the sea.
It reaches 22 meters under water and is home to many species of fish: barracudas, sea bream, scorpionfish and crayfish. Diving takes place around the island, where you can see a hole in the rock through which you can freely swim. When crossing the underwater hole, we can see a sunken twinset.