Scuba Diving Costa Brava Spain:
Cap de Creus
Scuba diving Costa Brava...beautiful Cap de Creus
The 13,866 hectare Cap de Creus National Park is a rugged headland jutting out of the north Costa Brava coast and is a haven for scuba divers.
Cap de Creus was the first marine/terrestrial nature reserve in Catalonia (a quarter of this beautiful reserve is under the sea!)
There is plenty to explore with rocky cliffs, inlets and...
Just off the headland is the main diving spot of Cap de Creus, Massa d’Or (locally known as Sa Rata ‘the rat’...some imaginative people think it looks like one).
This is a dive spot for experienced divers given its depths of 50 metres and some unpredictable strong currents.
What is predictable is the clear visibility!
The seabed is rocky and there are a few caves to explore at Massa d’Or.
Schools of barracudas are often spotted passing by.
Other Cap de Creus Dive Sites
Want to dive a wreck? Well, you're in luck. There is a wreck just off Cap de Creus
Cap de Creus Dive Schools
There are several dive schools on the Cap de Creus headland, in the towns of...
If You Don’t Fancy Getting Wet...
you can also visit the waters off Cap de Creus by glass bottom boat
Or take a walk. The 3 quarters of the Cap de Creus National Park that is on land is absolutely stunning too!
Scuba Diving Costa Brava - More Dive Sites...
There are other fantastic sites for scuba diving on the Costa Brava. Please follow the links for details...
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