Scuba Diving

Scuba Diving

Clear, warm water, lava caves and plenty of fish make Gran Canaria one of Europe's top diving destinations. Every beach in the south has a dive school for beginners and advanced divers have superb options on the east coast and in the north.

The island's top spots include

El Cabron on the east coast: A marine reserve stuffed with fish including large grouper.

Before you cancel your Gran Canaria holiday and book a mountain holiday instead, let us reassure you that the sharks of the Canary Islands are harmless and never bite people.
One of the open secrets of Gran Canaria is the high quality of the Scuba Diving.  
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