Canary Islands

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Scuba DivingThe sharply sloped volcanic seabed around the Canaries provides an incomparable spectacle of underwater beauty. The crystal clear waters teem with marine life and now, in autumn, visibility can continue to be as much as 25 metres.

Incredible underwater landscapes, made up of tunnels, caves, sandbanks and sharp drops, are home to an enormous variety of fish, shells and marine flora, not to mention dolphins and pilot whales.


Site Info.As you browse through my site you’ll find links to Dive Operators,Dive Sites,and useful Diving, Fish Identification Books and Travel Books relevant to the country you’re interested in.


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Getting ThereGran Canaria, Tenerife and Lanzarote accept the bulk of the international flights and those from mainland Spain. You can fly to the Canaries from most European cities, with or without stopovers in Spain. If you are flying from North America, flights usually go to Madrid, where you pick up a connecting flight



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