Come and discover the wonders and diversity of nuances and colours hidden beneath the surface of our crystalline waters along the east coast with us.
The seabed's volcanic formations boast an enormous array of tropical and Mediterranean sea life as well as incredible rock formations and a large variety of indigenous fish including trumpet fish, barracudas and eels, etc.
The temperature of the water fluctuates between 19ºC in winter and 24ºC in summer and visibility is good all year round as the rainfall is scarce here.
Arinaga: Very close to the coast, with a maximum depth of between 25 and 30 m you will be amazed by the quality and diversity of marine life of the sea bed with excellent visibility and scarcely any marine currents.
Sardina: with a maximum depth of 17 metres. Close to the coast and with generally good visibility, here you can discover the marine life and admire the volcanic seascapes and indigenous fauna.