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Diving in Alcudia

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When to go to Alcudia

Alcúdia has a typical Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild winters. Year round Alcúdia gets little rain and October is its wettest month. August is the hottest month in Alcudia with the average air temperature staying around 26C/78F. The coldest is February when the air temperature drops to 11C/51F.

The water temperature in the winter is around 14C/57F and in the summer 26C/79F.

Visibility is good, varying from 20-30m/65-98ft on average.


What to see

The underwater life here includes octopi, sea slugs, sea urchins, rockfish, starfish, jellyfish, moray eels, barracudas, scorpionfish, bream, and grouper, as well as colorful corals, anemones, yellow sponges, and posidonia oceanica (Neptune grass). 


Most popular dive sites

The best dive sites in Alcúdia is the Cave of Jeronimo, and a bit further away, the Big Cheese and Column wreck sites.

Scuba diving in Alcudia

Alcúdia is an old town in the north of Mallorca Island in the Balearic Islands. It is the main tourist center in the North Majorca. Palma de Mallorca Airport is located in 60 km from it. The town is well preserved with houses dating back to the 13th century and a 14th-century wall that surrounds it. It is the main tourist center in northern Mallorca, especially popular among families. Most of the hotels are located in Port d'Alcúdia and Platja d'Alcúdia along the 14km/9mi-long beach. Tourists can see a small Roman theatre, a bull ring from the 19th century, and enjoy the festival of St. Jaume (every summer), as well as outdoor theater and traditional bullfighting. The Triennial of Sant Crist that is held once every three years, is also worth visiting: a religious procession where slowly walk barefoot in silence through the town for several hours. This place is ideal for scuba diving. Most of the dive sites are located along the cliffs of the two peninsulas that form the Bay of Pollença, Cap Formentor, and Cap Pinar, famed for their rock formations and the large number of caves, tunnels, and holes. A tiered sea bed with gradual slopes and ledges at different depths, many underwater caves, archways, walls, and rich marine life makes it an ideal diving area for divers of all experience levels. Divers can also go on daily speed-boat trips for snorkeling and explore the stunning underwater variety of this destination.