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Diving in Ibiza

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When to go to Ibiza

The air temperature varies from 12C/53F to 16C/60F in winter and from 22C/71F to 30C/86F in summer. The water temperature in February is 15C/59F and in August 27C/80F with good visibility around 20-30m/66-98ft. The currents are generally calm.


What to see

Myriads of damsel fish, sergeant majors, moray eels, three different species of grouper but most spectacular, huge shoals of barracuda.

Scuba diving in Ibiza

Ibiza is an island in the Mediterranean Sea, 79km/49mi off the coast of the city of Valencia, in eastern Spain. It is the third largest of the Balearic Islands, an autonomous community of Spain. Ibiza Airport is located here. Inland from the coastline, the traditional scenery of many villages and remote country houses and villas has remained unchanged, retaining the unique character of the island. Ibiza has one of the best sources of nightlife that Europe has to offer, with numerous discos, bars and night clubs that have gained an international reputation, particularly because of the numerous intense dance music sessions and parties held during the summer months. The diving in Ibiza is very good. From novice to experienced divers this coast offers many possibilities. With more than 15 islands both in and around the Cala d'Hort Marine Nature Reserve, there is a very good choice of dives: "Es Payaret" - The Haystack, "The Forest of Gorgonias"  Bledas Plana Island - Nature Reserve, "The Organ Pipes" Conejera Island - Nature Reserve, The Wreck of the 'NOSAHY K, "Snakes and Ladders", "The Point of No Return" Esparta Island - Nature Reserve, "Espartita", "Hannibals Cauldron", "The Abyss" - Esparta Island - Nature Reserve, Isla Redonda Este (East Round Island or 'Logans Rocks') and others. One of the most famous around Ibiza is Es Payaret "The Haystack" - this tiny little cone shaped rock about 500m/1640ft north of Torre Rovira. No great distances or depths make this a great dive for any level of diver.