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Snorkeling in Menorca and Tenerife Snorkeling is one of the most relaxing sports there are. It allows you to enjoy the seascape observing the impressive and multicolored world that exists in our beaches and coves. By practicing snorkeling you will be able to appreciate all the details and the movement of fish that from the surface we can not witness.   Where to go snorkeling in Menorca?

If you want to spend the perfect plan for a whole day you have to visit Cala en Porter. A beautiful cove nestled between cliffs, with several caves to explore. Put on your goggles and fins and get ready to enjoy the underwater scenery. After all day snorkeling, the body will ask you to rest, and nothing better than the Cova d’en Xoroi, a lounge club in the rock where you can have a drink and dine watching one of the best sunsets in the world.

If you want to feel like in the Caribbean, your destination must be Cala Macarelleta. If that turquoise blue color is already precious from the outside, imagine how beautiful it will be to see him snorkeling!



Tenerife is a paradise for lovers of snorkeling and diving with its more than 60 points of immersion scattered along its shores. We specially recommend you to snorkel its black sand beaches by the contrast of color you will feel with respect to other beaches.


If you already master the snorkel your next step is without doubt the diving. You will need equipment and advice in the beginning, but it will be worth it! The possibility of exploring caves in the depths of the sea, swimming next to banks of fish and observing reefs will convince you to take the step.

The whole bay of Palma has many places to practice this sport. In addition, this corner houses several sunken ships, do you dare to look for its treasures ?.

The good temperature of Lanzarote will allow you to enjoy diving at any time of the year. The most popular area for diving in Lanzarote is the Puerto de Carmen. Get ready to spot grouper, tunas and seahorses.



Surfing for many implies more than the practice of a sport: a way of facing the dangers of the sea and a way of life. Surfer philosophy is almost like a sect: it admits all ages and the test repeats and repeats until you think of nothing but “ride” waves.

Where to surf in Asturias?

A beach as urban and busy as the one of San Lorenzo in Gijón also hides a corner of surfers. When climatic conditions allow, they meet on ladder 10 to give spectacle to the curious of the walk and the beach.

If you want to live the history of surfing in Asturias you have to drop by Tapia de Casariego, where in the 60’s already began to take an interest in that sport. The beach at La Grande is small but offers spectacular conditions for surfing.


Where to surf in Cadiz?

Talking about Cadiz and surf means talking hopelessly about Tarifa. Its beaches, its wind, the silhouette of Africa on the horizon and especially its waves are the delight of the most expert surfers.

If you are a beginner do not worry. Cadiz offers you beaches like Caños de Meca and El Palmar much more suitable for initial levels.