Diving in Menorca might be classed as a somewhat culinary experience, as Menorca underwater is like a bit of a Swiss Cheese. Plenty of caverns, caves, tunnels as well as small crevices for all sorts of critters to hide can be found on every dive.
WHY WE LOVE DIVING IN MENORCA
Beginners and experienced divers alike will find places to explore
A number of conservation areas around submerged wrecks
Clear and warm waters
Winter average of 15°C / 60°F
Summer average of 23°C / 74°F
Rainy season October to January
Flights from LONDON
2 1/2 hours
GMT + 1 hours
No visa required
English and Spanish
Diving in Menorca
In and around S'Algar there are around twenty different dive sites to offer, all within a protected marine reserve environment.
On your dives, you will see Red Lobsters, Grouper, Bream, Conger Eels, Moray Eels, Barracuda, Rainbow Wrasse, Peacock Wrasse, Scorpionfish, Painted Comber, Lizardfish, Cardinalfish, Amberjack, Sepia, and Octopus. And for photographers, both macro and wide-angle opportunities are plentiful.
In a nutshell, Menorca offers easy and varied diving, with plenty to see - what a dive trip to Menorca is really all about is the quintessential village harbour life with street and waterfront eateries offering fresh seafood, beers a-plenty and even romance! For groups of divers where apres-dive socialising is key, Menorca really delivers.
Most dive sites are accessible to all levels of diver, with the best depth usually being between 10 and 25 metres for visibility and marine life encounters.
15 to 26°C / 60 to 79°F
20m+ / 65ft+ average