The beautiful underwater seascapes of the enchanting island of Fuerteventura are truly unique and beyond comparison and suitable for both beginners and experienced divers. Fuerteventura's climate is comparable to that of the Bahamas, Florida or Mexico as it lies on the same latitude.
Water temperature fluctuates between 18 - 22ºC (64 - 72ºF). The waters surrounding the island are suitable for all levels of diving, from dives for beginners, to fascinating dives for advanced divers who think they've seen everything there is underwater!
Diving in Caleta de Fuste:
The Deep Blue Diving School offers magnificent diving opportunities both for beginners and advanced divers alike. (The diving school is a hotel collaborator)
Diving in Corralejo:
With a rocky-bedded channel alternating with white sand, the shallow water and clarity, together with the light, create a spectacular seascape.
Diving in Puerto del Rosario:
Here you'll discover recovered salt pits with a seabed formed of large rocks balancing on top of each other, creating unique crevices.
Diving in Morro Jable:
The white seabed and transparent waters make this an extra special diving spot.
Sign up for one of our PADI courses for all levels and different marine environments, leading to official PADI certification, or one of our CMAS courses (gold, silver and bronze).