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Diving in Porto Cristo

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When to go to Porto Cristo

The climate in Porto Cristo is Mediterranean, with mild and stormy winters and hot summers. The rainiest time between October and March. The best time for diving here is between May and October when the sea temperature reaches 26C/78F and the visibility can be up to 40m/131ft. The average air temperature is around 25C/77F in the summer and 11C/51F in the winter.


What to see

There is a variety of marine life that includes colorful corals, sponges, groupers, lobsters, barracudas, moray eels, cardinal fish, jacks, wrasse, octopus, goatfish, damsel fish, blennies, brightly colored nudibranchs, starfish and sea urchins.

Scuba diving in Porto Cristo

Porto Cristo is a small town on the eastern coast of Mallorca. Palma de Mallorca Airport is located in 63 km from it. Porto Cristo is a quiet resort, although it may be quite lively during the day due to the close proximity of the Caves of Drach and Caves of Hams, which are very attractive sights. Divers will be charmed by the beautiful light effects on stalagmites and stalactites. Porto Cristo is famous for its great visibility, variety of caves, rock formations and impressive marine life. Diving here is available for divers of all levels of experience.


Most popular dive sites

The sites that are worth visiting include the Column wreck, La Foguera, Skylight Cave, Cala Sa Nau, and the Big Cheese.