Dive into a unique area of the Mediterranean between the nooks and crannies of extraordinary volcanic rock formations. An incomparable experience of weightlessness and freedom. Witness this amazing underwater landscape two kilometres offshore in La Manga del Mar Menor. The pleasant weather 365 days a year allows you to dive in complete comfort. Come and satisfy your curiosity and adventurous spirit.

Did you know that the conquest of the depths on the San Javier coast can lead you to discover sunken wrecks from the First World War? On the same day, a German submarine sank the steamship Thordissa of 120 metres in length and the steamboat Doris of 104 meters in length, resting on a seabed deeper than 40 meters located about 5 miles from Puerto Tomás Maestre.

Come and take your scuba diving baptism by living the most incredible visual experience and discover a protected area declared as Site of Community Interest (SCI). The surroundings of Islote (small island) del Farallón are ideal for both beginner and experienced divers and it forms a narrow channel together with Isla (island) Grosa. The island is 120 metres high, 660 metres long and 400 metres wide, it was an ancient Phoenician enclave and the scene of pirate rivalries throughout history.

Today it is a Special Protection Area for Birds (SPA), home to a huge variety of marine fauna and seabed where you can find the largest colony of Posidonia oceanica in the Region of Murcia. It is a witness to life and key factor for the preservation of biodiversity and the maintenance of crystal clear waters.

And if you are looking for a different diving experience, you can find it in the Mar Menor, where you will have the chance to discover the underwater life of this unique space in Europe and perhaps take an extraordinary selfie with a seahorse.