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Diving in Playa de las Americas

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When to go to Playa de las Americas

Scuba diving in Playa de las Americas is possible all year round. The air temperature is range from 20C/68F in February to 29C/84F in August. The water temperature is varying from 24C/75F in summer to 18C/64F in winter. Playa de las Americas has a warm stable climate.

Scuba diving in Playa de las Americas

Playa de las Americas is a purpose-built holiday resort in the southern and southern-west part of the Municipality of Arona, close to the adjoining Municipality of Adeje in the west of Tenerife, one of the Canary Islands. Tenerife South Airport is located in 17 km from it. Playa de las Americas was built in the 1960s beside the town of Los Cristianos and stretching west to the Costa Adeje. The resort area features bars, nightclubs, restaurants, attractions, and beaches, most of which are man-made with imported sand from Africa due to the darkness of the native volcanic sand. Popular dive site is El Meridian - an old yacht measuring approx. 56ft. It was deliberately sunk in the autumn of 2005 to a depth of 30m/98ft on a sandy sea bed next to a rocky reef. There are an array of fish including groupers, rays, turtles and sometimes even sharks.