Scuba diving in Calahonda

Depth
Average: 6.56 ft
Maximum: 82 ft
Visibility
Average: not available
Maximum: not available
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When to go

During the summer the average air temperature is around 29C/84F and the water temperature is 25C/77F. In the winter the average air temperature is around 13C/55F and the water temperature is 14C/59F.

What to see

Calahonda is a popular coastal resort situated between Marbella and Fuengirola, in the Costa del Sol region of Spain. Coming here tourists enjoy a warm Mediterranean climate with long hours of sunshine and low rainfall. Together with the mild climate, Calahonda's sandy beach and the ancient watch towers that dot the coastline are good tourist attractions of this small town. Divers are attracted by numerous rocky cliffs and walls with lots of nooks and crannies which hide lots of marine life. Nudibranch, scorpion fish, conger and moray eels, octopus and cuttlefish can be found here. The depth of the site ranges from 2m/7ft to 25m/82ft. The most popular dive sites are La Rijana, Calahiguera, El Cerron, Zacatin, La Laja, Cueva de
las Palomas, Puntal Blanko, Los Tajos and Cueva Del Melonar.

Reachable from

Torrox

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