Our daily diving trips give you the chance to discover over 20 different dive sites suitable for all levels, along the stunning coastline between Cap Norfeu and Cap de Creus. The great variety of dive sites guarantees unique experiences that are different every time and means that we are able to take the weather and sea conditions into account when we schedule our dives and look for the most sheltered areas to make sure that you have a safe and enjoyable dive.
All our dives are guided. We can arrange extra dive trips and night dives.
The island of Massa d’Or is one of the most spectacular dives in the area, although the depth and strong currents, typical of the open sea, make it very difficult. We normally see groupers, shoals of barracuda or tuna. -30 m to -60 m.
A rocky cavity situated below the Cap de Creus lighthouse. Part of the cave is open to the sky and it has a depth of 10 meters.
This beautiful cove is close to Cap de Creus and is known for its beds covered in sea grass meadows.
This group of islets at the mouth of Cala Jugadora is a great place for doing different dives of up to 45-50 meters.
This dive site is at the mouth of Cala Fredosa and you can easily reach a depth of 40 meters through a pre-coralligenous passage before coming to the coralligenous communities.
This dive site is around the islets known as Ses Ielles, with their pre-coralligenous walls. The dive route can follow the rocky point down to a depth of 40 meters with various coralligenous platforms.
The Tregastel was a French steamship that sank in 1938. You can visit the remains of the ship from bow to stern in your own time and explore every nook and cranny. You may see morays, conger eels, lobsters and sea slugs. Depth: 25-30 meters.
The island of Messina lies half a mile east of Port Lligat and it is a great area for various dives for all levels. Worthy of note is the presence of open sea species, such as barracudas, yellowtails and bonitos.
This shipwreck can be reached from the beach. The Llanishen is a British steamship that was hit by a torpedo from a German submarine in 1917 and was then washed up on the rocks in Es Caials. Depth: 11 to 19 meters.
A dive on the south side of the jagged islet of Es Cucurucuc, which guards the mouth of the bay of Cadaqués.
This islet is close to Cala Nans and the most popular dive follows the point down to the coralligenous beds. The route is full of cavities to explore in search of lobsters and morays. Depth: 30 meters
This area has different multi-level dives, including the Pelegrí Cave, which is at a depth of 8 meters.
This is a very steep, rocky slope where you soon get down to 30-35 meters. The walls are covered with sea fans and a fascinating pre-coralligenous community.
This dive starts in front of Cala Jònculs and goes southwards following Cap Norfeu’s submerged mountain range. You can see groupers, scorpion fish and some rocks with red coral. Depth: 30 to 35 meters.
The sea bed is made of huge blocks of stone with cavities where you can find lobsters, conger eels, morays and sea slugs. Maximum depth: 25 meters.
This is at the eastern tip of Cap Norfeu and is also known as Cavall Bernat. On the south side there is a platform situated at a depth of between 3 and 15 meters, which is very sheltered and ideal for beginners. The north face harbors submerged mountains with pre-coralligenous walls, covered with sea fans. Depth: 20 to 40 meters.