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dive regions in Portugal

The Archipelago of the Azores is made up of nine volcanic islands situated in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean and divided on The Oriental islands (Sao Miguel and Santa Maria), the Central Islands ( Pico, Faial, Sao Jorge, Terceira and Graciosa) and the Occidental islands (Flores and Corvo). Each has something different to offer on land and sea but what they have in common is excellent diving and beautiful scenery. The Azores offer a great diversity of dives...

Santa Maria is the third smallest island in the Azores, known as the yellow island. Recently Santa Maria has become a very popular place for divers who come to the Azores archipielago because of pelagic creatures that occupy it. Whale sharks, for example, arrive here during the summer. The most popular destination on Santa Maria is Vila do Porto. Among dive sites of Santa Maria the most popular is "Ambrosio". This site is just 3km/2mi off the coast and offers a great variety of marine life inc...
  • Sao Miguel
    São Miguel, Portugal
  • Faial
    Located about 6km/ 4mi from Pico, Faial Island (the blue island) is a part of the central Azores. Faial island is well known for its vertical walls, beautiful canyons and lava flows full of moray ee...
  • Madeira
    The Island of Madeira has pleasant diving conditions all year-round and is famous for its diverse marine life as well as underwater scenery which includes rocky reefs, caves and submerged vessels. Scu...
  • Lisboa
    Lisbon (Lisboa) is the capital and the largest city of Portugal. Diving in the Lisbon area varies from wrecks to reefs and from drift to deep diving with a great variety of marine life. Diving in this...
  • Centro
    The Centro Region is located in central Portugal with Coimbra as its capital. The region is well-known among tourists for its beautiful nature, historical sights, rich culture and traditions. There ar...
  • Algarve
    The Algarve is the southernmost region of mainland Portugal and a very popular place to dive. The dive sites in Portugal are all located in the Atlantic Ocean. This part of the ocean is considered the...
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