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Diving in San Jaime Mediterraneo

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When to go to San Jaime Mediterraneo

Divers can dive at San Jaime Mediterráneo all year round, although the high diving season is from April to October. The rainiest period is from October to March. The average air temperature varies from 11C/51F in winter to 25C/77F in summer. The water temperature averages around 15C/59F in winter and 26C/79F in summer. Visibility is good: 10-30m/32-98ft.


What to see

There is a variety of marine life, especially in the area of the marine reserve on the northwestern tip of the island. Divers may find moray eels, octopi, barracudas, colorful snails, stingrays, occasionally even a seahorse and many others.

Scuba diving in San Jaime Mediterraneo

San Jaime Mediterráneo is a family resort located on the south coast of Menorca Island, around a 30-minute drive from Mah ón Airport. The main feature of this place is the 4km/2.5mi-long Son Bou beach, the longest beach in Menorca, which makes this area ideal for water sport enthusiasts. Scuba divers can also enjoy diving in these crystal-clear waters. There are about 45 dive sites around the island, with caves, caverns, wrecks, drop-offs, and coral-encrusted reefs. Diving trips are done from here to locations all around the island, with an average 20-minute drive time. Divers of all diver levels will be pleased while diving here.


Most popular dive sites

Some sites worth visiting include Pont d'en Gil, Swiss Cheese, and the Malakoff and Francisquita wrecks. Pont d’En Gil Cavern is a fantastic geological masterpiece, as divers get the chance to see the long cavern filled with a stunning display of stalactites, stalagmites, and cascades. The site is suitable for all diver levels.