04 Apr Diving Experience in Europe
Europe is well known for the majestic landscapes, old architecture, charming towns and small cities, along with a colorful history. Still, what makes Europe so desirable to you is the absolutely amazing seascapes. The underwater beauty found on this continent is making Europe an absolute top diving destination.
If you plan to dive in Europe, make sure you put these 6 amazing dive sites on your list.
1)Gozo Island – Malta
Gozo is rated as one of the best scuba diving holiday spots in the Mediterranean. It offers all year round diving and you can dive reefs, explore caverns, walls and wrecks, including the world famous Blue Hole.
Gozo has some of the most accessible and best dive sites in Europe. Dive sites are generally accessed from shore and warm summer water temperatures, visibility in excess of 30m and a huge variety of sites from arches, cracks, caverns and wrecks means each day will be another great dive adventure.
2)Tenerife – Spain
The island of Tenerife enjoys an exceptional geographical situation as its little sisters of the canaries. Located 115 km from the coast of Morocco, this diving destination in The Canary Islands has a sunny climate and a pleasant temperature throughout the year, even in summer, thanks to the trade winds.Along its coastline, there are numerous seaside resorts backed by beautiful beaches. The cities of Las Galletas and Costa Adeje concentrate the majority of the island’s diving activity.
The Tenerife waters are known internationally for their quality: the fact that they are crystal clear down as far as 30 metres and that the temperature of the water is always about 20ºC, providing a habitat for all kinds of species. The sea bed is home to a biodiversity of great value characterised by the volcanic relief full of caves, niches and reefs and of a depth which sometimes reaches a thousand metres.
3)Losinj – Croatia
With numerous nearby islands and reefs, interesting sea bed rich with various plant and animal species, and many ancient shipwrecks – Losinj is a paradise for diving lovers.
The southernmost diving area in the Adriatic sea is renowned not only for its clear water, but also for its plethora of fish and marine animals, some of which can rarely be seen in the north Adriatic.
4)Guadeloupe – France
Lost in the midst of the Caribbean, at the heart of the Antilles, this little piece of France that is La Guadeloupe stands more than 6000 km away from the motherland and only 2200 km from the United States’ coasts. Also called ‘Karukera’, or ‘The beautiful water island’, Guadeloupe is actually a group of islands, only two of which are inhabited.
Guadeloupe has paradise-like features with gorgeous beaches, a volcano, a rain forest and a very diverse and dramatic landscape. You’ll recognise this landscape underwater too… and it’s even better! Indeed La Guadeloupe isn’t usually on the top of the list when it comes to the ‘must dive’ around the world but it truly has something to offer for all levels. The seven islands form a wonderful basin where the fauna and the flora thrive. It is then no wonder they established the ‘Cousteau Marine Reserve’ here! With tunnels, swim-throughs, caves, shipwrecks, turtles and an incredibly dense fauna.
5)Capri – Italy
Mariah Carey uses to spend her holiday in Capri. If you absolutely do not want to see her, jump into the blue waters of Capri: they are as rich and dazzling as its landscapes.
This Italian island has seduced the most discerning travellers. Make a tour of the island and do some of the best activities that here!
6)Pembrokeshire – United Kingdom
Diving in Pembrokeshire opens up a treasure chest of marine habitats and allows you to explore another world swaying beneath the waves.
One of the crowning jewels of underwater Pembrokeshire has to be the waters around Skomer, Skokholm and Middleholm islands, which form part of the Skomer Marine Nature Reserve, one of only three such reserves in the UK. Visit the intact and well-documented wreck of the ‘Lucy’, explore the reefs and experience first hand the biodiversity associated with marine reserves. Expect to be checked out by the inquisitive and playful seals.
There are dives that cater to all depths and levels of ability, and with regular sightings of porpoise, dolphins and seals, not to mention over 350 known wrecks that litter the surrounding waters.
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