Scuba Diving in Mallorca
Mallorca is home to some of the best scuba diving in Europe, and if you’re planning a stay in one of our luxury holiday villas, be sure to give it a try
Whether you have ample experience diving or are looking to try something new during a family holiday in Mallorca, there are a number of diving schools and instructors across the island that are ready to help. Diving is a great way to see some of the natural beauty that is usually hidden in the waters around Mallorca, as well as the many caves and corals that can be found. We have hand-selected numerous holiday villas in Mallorca that are close to many popular diving spots such as Port de Pollensa, Alcudia, Santa Ponso and Porto Petro. You can enjoy an unforgettable day out at sea, scuba diving, and then return home to your own luxury private accommodation afterwards.
Browse our selection of holiday villas near to famous and popular diving sites across the island:
Ca’n Picafort is one of the premier diving sites on the island. In addition to there being underwater caves to discover, there is also a sunken wartime submarine! There are many diving companies around the area that can take experienced divers and novices alike.
Port de Soller
The rocky surroundings of Port de Soller mean there are numerous caves to discover during a dive. With over forty dive sites in the area and numerous operators, you’ll have no trouble getting to grips with some of the coolest underwater sites, whatever your skill level. If you are staying in one of our holiday villas in western Mallorca, make sure you incorporate some scuba diving here.
Alcudia is known for the variety of water sports available, and the scuba diving is no exception. There are incredible natural rock formations to admire, as well as numerous fish and sea-life plants to see up close. One of the most popular diving destinations on the island, you’ll have no difficulty finding an instructor to enjoy a day out with your family.
The “three caves”
Arguably the best scuba diving site in Mallorca, located between Cap Vermell and Font de Scala is what’s known as the three caves. They vary in levels of difficulty, meaning both new and practiced divers can enjoy them, plus unforgettable memories can be captured with underwater cameras.
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