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Diving in Lloret de Mar
When to go to Lloret de Mar
Lloret de Mar has a coastal Mediterranean climate, and divers can enjoy diving all year round. The high diving season is from May to September. The most rainfall occurs in the autumn months. The average air temperature varies from 10-28C/50-82F, and the average water temperature ranges from 13-25C/55-77F. The sea is the warmest during July and August. The visibility is very good, and can exceed 30m/98ft.
What to see
Among meadows of Neptune grass divers can see such marine species as grouper, moray eels, John Dories, rays, scorpionfish, conger eels, amberjacks, tuna, barracudas, and anglerfish, as well as lobsters and sunfish (in spring).
The interesting sites located very close to the shore are Sa Caleta Point and Sa Caleta beach, and these are suitable for all diver levels. A bit further away, some sites worth visiting are Roca Muladera and Ile de Tosca.
Scuba diving in Lloret de Mar
Lloret de Mar is a Mediterranean coastal town in Catalonia and the largest resort on the Costa Brava. It is very easy to reach due to the proximity of the Girona and Barcelona airports. Barcelona Airport is located in 90 km, Girona Airport is located in 29 km from it. The town is a popular holiday destination with great scenery, historical remains of Iberian and Roman civilizations, a wealth of competitive accommodations, and it is famed for its young crowd and vibrant nightlife. Some of the most attractive sights are Puig de Castellet, the Santa Clotilde Gardens, Parish Church of Sant Roma, Castle of Sant Joan, Can Comadran, and Modernist Cemetery. The huge Water World water park is also worth visiting. The excellent clean beaches (some of the best are Lloret beach and Fenals beach) and coves provide for great diving. In these crystal-clear waters divers can see the diversity of fauna and flora and explore coral reefs, rocks, and wall diving.