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Diving in Cala d'Or

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When to go to Cala d'Or

Cala d'Or has a typical Mediterranean climate with warm summers and mild winters. As for rainfall, the wettest time is from October to January. The best period for diving is from May to October when the water temperature varies between 18C/64F and 25C/77F and air temperature – from 22C/71F to 29C/84F. Visibility is good, 10-30m/32-98ft. The currents are mostly slight.


What to see

Marine species include octopi, cuttlefish, sea stars, anemone, wrasses, damsel fish and many other creatures. 


Most popular dive sites

The Cala Sa Nau site is located nearby. The other sites worth visiting are located a short distance from this resort, such as Three Caves, El Toro, Isla del Sec, and the Column wreck (depth of 14m/46ft). Cala Sa Nau has cave diving, where some stalactites, stalagmites, columns, and other different speleothems can be found. The cave is about 80m/262ft long and 35m/114ft wide at its widest point.

Scuba diving in Cala d'Or

Cala d'Or is a resort on the east coast of Mallorca that has grown from a small traditional Mallorcan fishing village. Palma de Mallorca Airport is located in 57 km from it. Cala d'Or now includes over 4km/2.5mi of coves and resorts like Cala Ferrera, Cala Esmeralda, Cala Serena, Cala Gran, and Cala Llonga. Cala d'Or itself has five small beaches, with Cala Gran being the largest one. Cala d'Or is generally a quiet, low key resort that is, perhaps, more suited for people who are looking for a relaxing holiday. This destination is also home to many good restaurants. As a diving destination, Cala d'Or can also be interesting. In the clear and calm waters, divers of all experience levels can enjoy the abundance of sea life and explore reefs, walls, caves, and wrecks.