The underwater beauty of the location and the great diversity of species to be seen make it worth the effort: this is a deep dive for professional divers. It is also well recommended for snorkelling along the coast.
This is another location suitable for coastal snorkelling and you can even enter an underwater grotto with an air chamber. It is quite spectacular and even seasoned divers are enchanted. For divers and cave enthusiasts, this one is not difficult to access but its beauty is most rewarding.
All the visitors are impressed by what Nature has to offer, better than is found even in tropical waters. This location is close to the famous caves that were discovered near Cala Ratjada by a local diver between 1967 and 1969.
This site is suitable for advanced divers with prior experience in grottoes and caves. Cala Ratjada was made famous in the world of diving when these caves were discovered and explored by Jaime Ferriol with the Mero Diving Centre.
Since then, thousands of divers have been lucky enough to see its spectacular beauty for themselves. Protected by the dark, it is the best-known cave on the island.
The location is only for divers. It is a submerged mountain that rises 8 metres above the surface, and is usually in the custody of large numbers of big barracuda. The diving depths go down to 32 metres.
This is a must for all lovers of snorkelling, as well as for divers who will enjoy the unforgettable beauty of this spot where shimmering reflections in crystal-clear water are animated by darting schools of fish.
The entrance to the cave is just above sea level and can only be reached by sea. It is only possible to dive here when the water is calm. The diving depth goes down to 7 metres. In a little neighbouring cave you can admire stalagmites and stalactites. There are many crayfish and red sea anemones.