Scuba diving in Menorca
Points where we do dives in Menorca
Discover the various destinations of the seabed of Menorca with the dives guided by professionals that will make you feel comfortable
Ses Aguilas Island
The Illa de Ses Àguiles emerges 200m east of the Illa Gran d'Addaia. A perfect beginning and end to a day of diving.
Cala De Illa Gran
The landscape in the background is made up of large rocky blocks that gradually descend to their limit with the sand.
Illa Gran Wall
It anchors next to the northern end of the Illa Gran d'Addaia, on a depth of 15 m. Inside the cave you can admire some red coral.
Punta Grossa projects to the north between Cala Morts and S'Arenal d'en castell. The bottoms of this cape are rich in diving spots.
Exciting diving area with rocky forests, tunnel, chimney and underwater cave, full of diverse marine life.
the four caves
Between Cova dels Anglesos and Punta Des Morters, there is a diving area with several caves and wrecks. Marine life and captivating landscapes.
Petite Island – North
On the north coast of the Petita d'Addaia island there is a large diving area with caves, galleries and a variety of marine life.
The Big Cave
In front of Punta Grossa there is an incredible diving area with caves, diverse marine life and impressive rock formations.
Diving in the Menorca Marine Reserve
The Northern Menorca Marine Reserve, established in June 1999, is located on the north coast of the island. It stands out for its conservation, attractive landscape and variety of habitats. With an area of 5,119 marine ha from the Bay of Fornells until the Cape Gros, is home to ecological elements of interest such as the Sa Nitja posidonia reef, Cystoseira algae communities, and rocky areas with valuable benthic species such as red coral, molluscs and crustaceans.
As for fish, there are typical Mediterranean species, and the presence of lobsters stands out in waters from 25 to 150 meters deep. The diversity of habitats and benthic communities is high due to the configuration of the coast, which includes small bays, coves, cliffs and a marked area at a depth of 45 metres. It is common to see species such as moray eels, groupers, octopuses and red mullets in the north of Menorca. So far there have been registered 628 benthic species, mainly algae, fish and molluscs, and up to 35 different biological communities. Trawling and the capture of endangered species are prohibited throughout the marine reserve. Ask for baptisms or advanced dives.
Fauna to see during the dives in Menorca
Faqs about our Diving dives in Menorca
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