Ctra. de Malaga Km. 313 18690 Almunecar Granada Spain

  • Diver Punta de La Mona

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  • Soft coral Punta de La Mona

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  • Diver soft coral Punta de La Mona

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  • Nudibranch Punta de La Mona

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  • Fish Punta de La Mona

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  • Octopus Punta de La Mona

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  • Another diver coral Punta de La Mona

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Diving



The subtropical climate here, (the average winter temperature is 18º), allows all year round diving. Although Mediterranean, we are close enough to the Straits of Gibraltar to be affected by the Atlantic Stream, causing this area to have a great deal more marine life than most other Mediterranean dive sites.

The diving in this area is scenic. Cliffs and walls, caverns, grottos and caves. As for marine life, octopus are common, congers and morays are frequently seen, particularly in some of the caves, plus squid, dasmil, wrasse, grouper and scorpion fish. Sun, or 'moon fish' gather around the base of some of the rocky outcrops. Soft and hard corals, plus an amazing variety of nudi branchis and flat worms provide an array of colours.

There are several Dive Centres to suit your needs, in the picturesque port of Marina del Este, in La Herradura, in Almuñécar & in Nerja. We will happily help you to get in touch with any of these.

+34 958 88 10 38