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Best Diving Destinations in Ibiza Island
The Most Beautiful Dive Sites in Ibiza Island
Cala LLonga Cave Must see
About Ibiza Island
Ibiza (Eivissa, Balearic Islands) is an island in the Mediterranean Sea, in eastern Spain. Ibiza is a very popular tourist destination, especially due to its close to 50 amazing beaches, hidden coves (Atlantis is stunning), and nightlife, which is centered in two areas: Ibiza on the southern shore and Sant Antoni to the west. The city of Ibiza has achieved renowned worldwide fame as a cultural center for house and trance music. There is also a magnificent architecture and some sights worth visiting, such as Cova de Can Marçà, Ses Salines National Park, the famous Es Canar Hippy Market (held only on Wednesdays), Necròpolis del Puig des Molins, and the old part of Ibiza (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). Ibiza has the largest marine reserve, the Freus Marine Reserve (between Formentera and Ibiza), which makes scuba diving here a unique experience.
Divers should definetely explore the famous 'Don Pedro' wreck, a large (140m) cargo ship that has become an entire ecosystem for various species. Other worth visiting sites are Cueva Cala Llonga (The Cathedral), Mariana Platform, The Needle/The Aquja, Es Vedrá, Isla Esponja, Caves of light and /the Pillars of Hercules.
When to go to Ibiza Island
Diving on Ibiza/Eivissa is possible year-round due to the Mediterranean climate. The wettest months are October through February, while October is the wettest month. The high season is from April to October. The average air temperature varies between 12-26C/53-78F. Average water temperatures range from 14C/57Fin the winter and 27C/80F in the summer. The underwater visibility is stunning: 20-40m/65-131ft, depending on the currents. The currents are mostly calm.
What to see
These waters are full of groupers, moray eels, large-scaled scorpionfish, damselfish, sergeant majors, moray eels, three different species of groupers, huge shoals of barracudas, octopi, and many different types of crabs. The Freus Marine Reserve also has colonies of Neptune grass that are over 100,000 years old (UNESCO World Heritage).