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Diving in Port de Pollenca

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When to go to Port de Pollenca

Port de Pollença has a typical Mediterranean climate of hot, dry summers and mild winters. It is colder from November to April and there is some rainfall. The best conditions for scuba diving are from May through October. The air temperature rarely falls below 10C/50F in the winter and reaches an average high of 25C/77F throughout the summer. The water temperature is 26C/79F in summer and 14C/57F in winter. Visibility is excellent, at 10-40m/32-131ft.


What to see

Some of the variety of marine species divers can spot are octopi, starfish, jellyfish, barracudas, scorpionfish, moray eels, bream, grouper, colorful corals, and sponges.

Scuba diving in Port de Pollenca

Port de Pollença (also known as Puerto Pollensa) is a small town in northern Mallorca, situated on the Bay of Pollença. Palma de Mallorca Airport is located in 66 km. Port de Pollença is quiet resort at the mouth of the horseshoe-shaped Port de Pollença Bay that is popular throughout the year. It has hotels, bars, restaurants, great activities, and beautiful sandy beaches (the Port de Pollença is really fabulous). Tourists will also enjoy the beautiful Pine Walk promenade and the wonderful scenery of the Tramuntana mountain range as the backdrop of the resort. The bay is well protected from strong winds, so the calm, clear water of the Mediterranean Sea, which is teeming with marine life, is ideal for scuba diving. There are lots of dive sites nearby that represent the underwater beauty of Mallorca. During the summer months the scuba diving excursions are organized along the rocks of the coastline.


Most popular dive sites

The sites that are worth visiting are the Cave of Jeronimo, La Foguera, the Tunnels of Love, and further away, the Column wreck is a very interesting site for wreck lovers.