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Sardina del Norte is dived in the summer months because then it is the place where Mobulus Rays come to shore to feed.

Name Dive Site:Sardina del Norte
Depth: 5-25m (16-82ft)
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The dive sites around Sardina del Norte and Puerto de la Nieves are on the opposite corner of the island to the popular tourist resorts of the south and west, making it a drive of almost 100km to get here. Few tourists therefore visit this area, where there are several shore dives down to aproximately 25m. The rocky shore has many sea urchins and the typical harbour species of wrasse, damselfish, mullet, octopus and cuttlefish can all be found here. This can also be a good place to find Angelsharks and small rays.

The dive at Caleta Bajo has numerous small caves and overhangs, but in autumn it becomes a very popular dive as Mobulus Rays, a small manta ray, feed in this area and are frequently seen by divers. Entering this dive site is tricky but once you are in the water everything is easy. Stay still and mantas tend to come very close.

Puerto de la Nieves (Agaete) is the terminus of the ferry to Tenerife, and from the beach it is possible to snorkel a long way out without dropping into deep water. Parking near the beach is very limited, and there are no dive schools in this area, making it once again a very long drive from the resorts of the South.

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Learn to scuba dive with Dive Academy Gran Canaria a sea front Padi 5 star IDC Centre and Gold Palm resort, we have our own large private pool for training or if experienced  just come diving with us by boat or shore. All Padi course available.

Dive Academy is a Padi 5 star IDC centre and Gold Palm resort. It is also Europe’s most southern Dive Centre. We are situated in the south of Gran Canaria on the sea front between two bays, they are both just a short walk from the centre. Dive Academy has multi lingual instructors and staff. Everyone is welcome at Dive Academy and our aim is for all our guests to enjoy there stay, be safe and most of all have lots of FUN!!!  Dive Academy is the only dive centre on the island with its own private swimming pool! This swimming pool is the perfect place for all dives to learn or practise skills. Qualified divers or beginners, in our swimming pool you get all the time you need to learn the confidence building skills. For the young divers (8 to 10) we can do the Bubblemaker course in the pool, which is lots of FUN!! So from Bubblemaker to Instructor  course the pool is the perfect place !!   We run daily dive trips by boat and shore for the already qualified divers. We will take you to the best dive sites the island has to offer, including wrecks and reefs. We have lots of Marine life around the island including Rays, Turtles, Morays and lots of reef fish.  Dive Academy has something to offer the whole family ! whether you are a wannabe diver or qualified diver. Whether you want the kids to learn to dive or just do some fun dives yourself- we have something to offer the whole family ! There are even sun beds at our swimming pool for divers and for the family or friends of the divers who do not wish to dive, to enjoy the warm Gran Canaria sun!!
 
 
 


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Name: lgdiving, © Author: Let's Go Diving

Sardina del Norte is a road trip from the south of just over an hour. But there are two good reasons to dive there once in a while. In the rare occasions that the south is hit by wind and waves, the north-west location of Sardina is the leeside and a good alternative for nice and relaxed dives. Second, Mantas! Once a year in the end of august till the end of September, the mantas pass by the island in their migration. A couple of weeks we have the chance to enjoy the stunning encounters with those creatures. But even without mantas a beautiful dive location with loads of bream, barracudas, and the remains of the lighthouse that once was blown into the sea in a raging storm.




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