Dive Sites

Cala Blanca Bay – Our home dive site!

0–17m

Considered as our home dive site this is the perfect place to dive – not just because it´s three steps away from our Center. The reef offers shelter to the big variety of sea life from stingrays and octopuses, not forgetting clams and starfish. On top of that you can find great swim thoughs as well as nooks and crannies to be discovered. Because of its sandy bottom this is the perfect spot for courses and the beginner diver but can also be enjoyed by all level of divers.

Barracuda Point – The name says everything!

3–18m

This is our second home dive, just outside the Cala. As by the name, this spot around the corner of the bay is one of the Barracudas favourite places to meet up and chat about the latest news in Cala Blanca.


Canyons – The underwater labyrinth!

6–21m

The topography of this dive site is second to none! Swim through an underwater labyrinth of channels, which snake through the reef just 20 meters from the shoreline. The canyons are all open and well lit from above. For the more experienced diver the high light of this spot is the Jewel Cavern. Enter through the “letter box”, a small hole, and be amazed by the brightly shining turquoise vast mouth of the cavern.

Lighthouse – This is a beam of a dive!

5–21m

This is one of our most popular dives because of its amazing scenery and the wealth of marine life – especially the baby-stingrays like this spot to enjoy the spring there. Reefs, craggy walls and huge boulders strewn around on the seabed characterize this site too. The cavern just underneath the lighthouse and some swim throughs make up the finishing touch. Here is so much to see, this dive site is worth visiting at least twice.


Slipway – The parachute dive!

3-25m

The easy entry and exit through a slipway is not the only favour of this dive site. After a nice swim-out you get to the Submarine Rock where you find an exciting drop-down from 6 to 17 meters. Look carefully to see brightly coloured nudibranchs clinging to the side – here is their favourite spot! Massive rocks that fell together form countless crackly swim throughs and out in the sea you might see a crowd of Barracudas having a little rest.

Churchdoor – The underwater cathedral!

5–25m

To get to this beautiful cavern you have to start your dive at Slipway. Explore this spot with its shrimp, prawns, hermit crabs and other miraculous inhabitants. You turn around after roughly 50-60 meters, by then at the latest the reason why this place is called Churchdoor comes clear – the light shines through the high but narrow entry of the cavern in a very bright blue colour and you feel like you´re inside a big underwater cathedral.


Tunnel Vision – Let there be light!

6–25m

Enter into a massive crack through a rocky headland. This impressive tunnel splits into two at the centre and joins up again as it leads out of the large cavern opening at 12m. Shrimps and prawn are always awaiting you here in their den. Straight ahead, outside the tunnel, is a wonderful drop-off down to 25m. Either return through the cavern by the second passageway or follow the impressive coastal wall back to the entry point.

Son Xoriguer – Pleasant and easy!

0–12m

The easy entry from a slipway into 1,20m of water is the perfect start for divers with little experience or people who have never dived before. Surrounded by different kinds of Blennys and Gobys you swim over a belt of Neptune grass onto a sandy bay,

where stingrays and electric rays are frequently found skulking around. On the return there is a beautiful arch to dive through and plenty of nooks and crannies to be investigated.


Cala Murta – Not to be underestimated!

1–12m

This is a gorgeous dive side with an overwhelming amount of different attractions. The pith of this spot is a small wreck – parts of a steam powered twin masted sailing yacht are spread over a wide area. Further you will discover an elongated swim-through, overhanging reefs to swim underneath, a beautiful little cavern and a varied range of marine life – starfish, octopuses, anemones, sea spiders and lots of other surprises are waiting for you.

Cala Morell – The treasure box!

2-25m

The small and protected bay is situated north of Ciutadella. You enter this place over a sandy bottom. Many caves and swim throughs apart, you will find lots of old broken amphora, seashells and other interesting things to explore. This is a very relaxing and enjoyable dive.


Swiss Cheese – More holes than an Emmentaler!

8–25m

This hollow reef on Menorcas north coast is riddled with holes. There is plenty of time to meander in and out of this maze of tunnels, chimneys and holes. A real play ground for the adventurous. With bus 40 min. ride.- min. 4 divers

 

Pont d´en Gil – The king of the caverns!

8–18m

Suitable for almost all divers, this cavern with its 220m of length is a world-class cavern dive. There are few places where daylight cannot be seen or there isn´t a breathable supply or fresh air, so this is a unique chance to experience something very special and surreal. Filled with a stunning display of stalagmites, stalactites and cascades, this cavers is a geological masterpiece. Universally agreed to be a dive in a million! This is a boat dive, done with cooperation of partner dive centers.

 



Malakoff Wreck – The French whistler!

31–40m

Sitting upright on a sandy bottom this ocean going French-owned cargo steamer, sunk in 1929, forms a fully colonised artificial reefs, some 105m long. This wreck is home to huge morays and scorpion fish as well as attracting many deep-water pelagics, such as barracuda, dentex, gilthead bream, triggerfish and John Dory. The fish life on her is outstanding, and this is undoubtedly the most prolific dive sit in Menorca. This is a boat dive, done with cooperation of partner dive centers. Prerequestments for divers are min. 100 dives and knowledge in deep and compression diving.

 


 

Francesquita Wreck – The big girl!

40–50m

This Spanish coastal steamer, sunk in 1952, is a superb deep wreck dive for experienced divers. Today she stands upright on her keel on a flat, silt-free bottom and is still in near perfecto condition. Her stern rears dramatically up some 8,5m from the seabed. She is well-known for the quantity of marine life and, due to her considerable depth, this wreck attracts some exceptionally large fish, both pelagic (open sea) and benthic (bottom dwelling) species.  This is a boat dive, done with cooperation of partner dive centers. Pre requestments for divers are min. 100 dives and knowledge in deep and compression diving.