Liveaboard diving in
Diving in Isla Redonda is exciting. The site itself is a rock with a flat plateau hosting various marine creatures, which hide in multiple rifts and fissures. The rock drops off deep into the water, where the dive continues and divers can explore a recent shipwreck.
When To Go Diving
Ibiza has a Mediterranean climate. The best time to visit the region is summer, which is usually warm and dry. In summer, the average air temperature is 28-31C/82-87F and the average water temperature is 24-36C/75-78F. Winters are usually cold and wet, with air temperatures of 16-18C/60-64F.
What to see
At Isla Redonda, divers can view numerous soft corals and sponges, as well as moray eels, octopi, crabs, grouper, and barracudas.