Scuba diving in North and South Llados
North and South Llados are sister rocks, located 4km/2mi away from Ibiza Harbor. North Llado is a huge pinnacle with several plateaus, small cavern,s and crevices for easy diving around them. South Llado is another rock with a crack in it. The crack is wide enough to be swum through, and it leads to the edge of a cliff with lots of boulders, ledges, and hidden caves waiting to be discovered.
When to go
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
There is a spectacular variety of marine species that can be spotted while scuba diving in North and South Llados. Divers will see large schools of barracudas, grouper, chromis, moray eels, conger eels, crayfish, locust lobsters, stonefish, tuna, octopi, and damselfish. The surfaces of both of the rocks are densely covered with anemones, sponges, seaweed, and peacock’s tails.