Declared marine reserve 6 years ago, it has almost 6 miles The port of San Pedro del Pinatar and about 15 minutes of navigation is a volcanic islet that emerges a few meters above the surface of the water, and serves as a refuge for many species and birds. We settled in a quiet area, with very clear waters, to make a
Comfortable and safe descent, about 5 meters deep, once prepared we began the immersion, which consists of surrounding the island, we take a maximum depth of 18 meters.
We will be able to enjoy in this immersion of a topography unique in the area, as well as to see juveniles, still scary in this area, morenas, positions, folded, octopuses, schools of spits and dentelons, as well as the typical species of the Mediterranean.
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Declared a marine reserve 6 years ago, it is almost 6 miles from the port of San Pedro del Pinatar and about 15 minutes from navigation is Isla Grosa, which serves as a refuge for the Audouin gull and the molludo Cormorant, endangered species.
In this immersion is not allowed to anchor with which we jump all at once to the blue, near the island, we descend to about 5 meters and we begin the immersion surrounding the island and visiting two very interesting caverns, this immersion is made to the drift, At the end of it we launch the buoy so that the patron comes to pick us up.
The great increase of the population of mere juveniles hidden in the rocks, still shy to the presence of the divers, congrios, schools of sarpas and bogas, nudibranqueos like the blue lady in the entrances of the caverns, three tails at the end of the immersion We will find octopus and with a little luck we will look for the rat fish that rests for the day hidden under the clearings of sand.
CAVE OF ZEUS
This immersion is inside the island of Grosa, it is a very deep cavern to an open air dome, and then it is transformed into a cave, only for people with experience from this part, can only be accessed with a guide and in a group of two People, which makes this place very exclusive and special for what we can find.
Usually the visibility is perfect, but sometimes at the entrance creates a zone of foam and poor visibility, which makes us cancel the visit, usually caused by a recent storm.
We can find life very different from the rest of the island, sea tomatoes (Actinia equina), shrimp of all kinds, congrios, crustaceans, and many surprises in the dark.
Rock formation only 10 minutes from San Pedro del Pinatar, in the direct descend to 13 meters deep to touch 18 meters as maximum depth. In this immersion we can find different types of nudibramqueos, the current days we can find schools of dentees and spits envistiendo the clueless castanets, it is also very common to see a line crossing the bass.
The Bass of the Bell. (Laja) In front of the coasts of San Javier, near the island of Grosa, rises from the depth of 24 meters, the Bajo de la Campana. Over time, it has been the cause of a few shipwrecks, tragedies that leave their footprints in the sea and, after time, tell their story. It shows a dangerous stone plate of about 100 m2 and, according to nautical charts, rose half a meter above the sea until the middle of last century. This stone, known as La Laja, remains submerged today. It will be due to climate change and the melting of the poles. A place of frequent shipwrecks. With a very pronounced canyon, it is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in terms of topography, many moray eels, octopuses and scorpions are undoubtedly the predominant of this dive! On current high day chances to see all kinds of schools.
Stones of the Pudrimel, great extension of rock formations of shallow depth but with a good sample of the local fauna.
Perfect for courses, or for divers with many years without touching the water and who want to return to have contact with the same in a safe environment.
Special to carry out the courses of recycling.
The Tordisa, known as the CARBONERO, according to count was torpedoed during World War II by a German submarine that wreaked havoc in our area, leaving the bottom until staying in 45 m. It is believed that he was loaded with coal from that nickname. However, other sources point out that coal was a cover of the real ammunition load, which was known to the Germans through their intelligence and caused it to be sunk . Built for T.Turnbull & Son, Whittby in 1888, under the name ‘Tordisa’. By purchasing it F. Degrossi; 1813, renames it as ‘Lilla’. According to some stories of his sinking he was torpedoed in an exchange of shots with a German submarine U 35 13 of October of 1917 when going to help of the Steam ‘Doris’ that was attacked before, finally sank at 11:00 PM to 5 miles off the coast according to the submarine KTB. Immersion only for advanced divers with demonstrable experience, being a separate immersion of the coast, we will be able to find strong currents Abundante life in all the wreck, making impossible to delight the boat sometimes to be on top of it.
Diving point discovered and named by Alvaro Gomez and Alejandro Cabañas at 18 meters deep is undoubtedly one of the diving center diving stars, Know the history of this dive point by the hand of Be Water The best night dives are in Tubular Paradise (where dreams come true)
CABO DE PALOS
Undoubtedly one of the best marine reserves in Europe, dives ranging from 8 meters up to 45 meters Mere, Abbots, Corvas, Lechas, Aguilas, Luna fish, Cardumenes of dandelions and barracudas, the biodiversity of this reserve is endless, Sighting calderones or whales in times of migration. Book your place! In any of its basses: Bass of Testa Bass of Morra Bass of Piles 1 Bass of Piles 2 Bass of Bass Bass of Bass