|Dive area / region : Spain - South East - See the map||
|Best diving season : June • July • August • September|
|Recommended number of days to stay : 5 to 7 days|
|Number of dive sites : 11 to 15 Dive Sites|
|Water temperature and wetsuit advice : 16-20C : 2 Piece Wetsuit|
|Average visibility : 16 - 20 meters|
|Average dives depth : 15 Meters|
|Type of currents : Medium level currents|
Months when these currents are present : Depending on sites. Some sites exposed every month.
Other more protected sites no currents at all.
|General surface conditions : Medium conditions|
|Wreck types : Recent world ships • Airplane • War ships||
|Type of marine life : Barracuda • Grouper • Jacks • Jelly fish • Mola Mola - Mondfish • Moray Eels • Nudibranch • Octopus • Plants • Rays • Reef Fish • Shrimps • Softcoral • Sponge • Squid • Star fish • Tuna • Turtles|
|Presence of caves / caverns : Yes - Open|
Scuba Diving in Spain - South East
Written by Administrator December 01, 2011 Hits: 3479 0
When you arrive in the region of La manga in the provence of Murcia, you will discover one of south-east Spain's best kept secrets... blessed by areas of outstanding natural beauty, more than 3000 hours of sunshine and pleasant temperatures all year round. Use La Manga Club as your base as you discover its culture, its landscape and its heritage.
3000 Years of History
A rich history, the juxtaposition of different cultures and its strategic location at the crossroads between the south and the Mediterranean make the region of Murcia a fascinating place to visit. You can discover its extensive historical, artistic, architectural and cultural wealth both 'in situ' at the sites themselves or through the region's comprehensive network of museums.
Bordered by the blue Mediterranean, the coast of the region of Murcia boasts endless sandy beaches spectacular scenery and the infamous “Islas hormigas marine reserve” This highly protected área boasts some of Spains BEST scuba diving and is full of shipwrecks, some of which date back to roman times. And then there is the Mar Menor, Europe's largest saltwater lagoon, a delight for water sports enthusiasts.
Neil from Adventure Divers.
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Amazing diving in Islas Hormigas marine park
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We did a dive packages with a dive shop based in the 5 star resort of LA manga club, murcia.
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