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Scuba Diving Both scuba and cave-diving arepopular on Menorca The south coast  around S'Algar and Cala 'n Bosc is where the best diving is.
Dive sites include the famous Pont d'en Gil Cavern,  Tom's Belfry, with two entrances and masses of limestone structure. The Moon Pool has an inner cave, and the S'Algar Funnel has a spectacular chimney system.  The little Isla del Aire (Windy Island), just off the south-east corner of the main island, has many sites to offer.
The SS Malakoff a wreck from the 1920ís is a good dive
 Barracuda, amberjack, dentex, and dolphin can be seen and if you are very lucky you might even see a swordfish. The reefs and the small caverns formed within them are home to groupers, moray and conger , scorpionfish, many octopus and the occasional spiny lobster.

Site Info.As you browse through my site youíll find links to Dive Operators,Dive Sites,and useful Diving, Fish Identification Books and Travel Books relevant to Menorca.


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Getting ThereCharter flights from UK and Europe. Iberia from the mainland

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