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Diving in Costa Adeje

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When to go to Costa Adeje

The average air temperature stays around 22C/71F throughout the year and water temperature varies between 24C/75F in the summer and 18C/64F in the winter, making diving possible all year-round. The high diving season is considered to be from May to October. The rainiest months are from November till March. The visibility generally varies between 15-30m/49-98ft. The currents are generally slight in this area.


What to see

A unique underwater fauna includes trumpet fish, moray eels, garden eels, barracudas, seahorses, several species of rays, zebra bream, angel sharks ( seen more often from December to April), turtles and dolphins. The oceanic flora, that can be seen in the local waters, is also wonderful and includes sponges, large and colorful anemones as well as black and red coral.

Scuba diving in Costa Adeje

Costa Adeje is a newest resort area on the Southwest coast of Tenerife, which consists of plush hotels, fabulous beaches, rocky headlands and coves. Tenerife South Airport is located in 17 km from Costa Adeje. About 45% of the surface area of Adeje is comprised of protected natural reserves, both on the coast and in the mountains. Also there are numerous boat excursions and water activities. For scuba divers there is a great diversity of diving opportunities suitable for divers of all levels. Dive sites offer spectacular volcanic terrain, vertical walls, caves and caverns.


Most popular dive sites

Some of the most interesting sites are Twin Wrecks (max depth 22m/72ft), El Puertito, La Caleta, and further south - El Condesito and Roncadores del Faro sites. El Puertito is a perfect training site with maximum depth of 12m/39ft, and is great for underwater photography. There are common turtle sightings, Atlantic damsels, butterfly rays, octopus, seahorses and many other fish.