The Medes Islands is located in North Eastern Spain, above Girona and close to the French border. They are an archipelago made up of seven main islands and some small islets.
Cabo de palos
Located in the province of Murcia, near Cartagena, in southeastern Spain. In addition to the variety of aquatic organisms, you can see many sunken submarines here.
Located in the south of Spain, in about an hour of Malaga. It hosts a profusion of multi-coloured marine species. Aquatic life is clustered around caves, rocks and walls.
Located in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands. This is a sandy bottom trench with about 16m below. It is surrounded by volcanic rock formations with small cracks, caves and holes. There you can see many underwater inhabitants, including spot eagle rays and maybe some angel sharks.
Cabo de Gata
Located in the south of Spain, near to Almeria, Andalusia. The area is volcanic in origin with warm, clean, crystal-clear waters provide great visibility, the water temperature is relatively mild from January to December and the sea is calm.