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 Es Caló D'Es Llamp

Spain, Balearic, Majorca Cabrera Islands

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 39° 21.486' N
Longitude: 3° 13.216' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Portopetro, at the end of the street "Cova Blanca"

English (Translate this text in English): Portopetro, at the end of the street "Cova Blanca"

Portopetro, at the end of the street "Cova Blanca"

English (Translate this text in English): Portopetro, at the end of the street "Cova Blanca"

English (Translate this text in English): Portopetro, at the end of the street "Cova Blanca"

English (Translate this text in English): Portopetro, at the end of the street "Cova Blanca"

English (Translate this text in English): Portopetro, at the end of the street "Cova Blanca"

English (Translate this text in English): Portopetro, at the end of the street "Cova Blanca"

English (Translate this text in English): Portopetro, at the end of the street "Cova Blanca"

How? From shore

Distance Instant access

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 15 m / 49.2 ft

Max depth 24 m / 78.7 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Wall
- Ambiance

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Night dive
- Dive training
- Snorkeling / Free diving
- Photography

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 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): Park your car at the Cova Blanca Street. A small alley on your right leads to the shore.

Walk for about 30 m on this alley and by the shore and you'll arrive to a metallic ladder anchored on the rocks that you can use to get in and out of the water. There are several ladders in this little cove, but the house owners are taking them out of the water after the summer, so if you go diving this site out of the summer season, you'll need to climb the rocks to get on the concrete docks. This can be difficult by moderate swell.

You can start your dive just after jumping into the water, or either swim for about 50 m to the end of the cove, to the open sea, and the turn left, to the SE and start your dive, following the wall / slope.

The depth is gradually increasing as the bottom has a slope shape going to the center of the bay. You can easily find 25 m and more. You will find some boulders and holes in the bottom which are good shelter for marine life, and some sand spots.

English (Translate this text in English): Park your car at the Cova Blanca Street. A small alley on your right leads to the shore.

Walk for about 30 m on this alley and by the shore and you'll arrive to a metallic ladder anchored on the rocks that you can use to get in and out of the water. There are several ladders in this little cove, but the house owners are taking them out of the water after the summer, so if you go diving this site out of the summer season, you'll need to climb the rocks to get on the concrete docks. This can be difficult by moderate swell.

You can start your dive just after jumping into the water, or either swim for about 50 m to the end of the cove, to the open sea, and the turn left, to the SE and start your dive, following the wall / slope.

The depth is gradually increasing as the bottom has a slope shape going to the center of the bay. You can easily find 25 m and more. You will find some boulders and holes in the bottom which are good shelter for marine life, and some sand spots.

Park your car at the Cova Blanca Street. A small alley on your right leads to the shore.

Walk for about 30 m on this alley and by the shore and you'll arrive to a metallic ladder anchored on the rocks that you can use to get in and out of the water. There are several ladders in this little cove, but the house owners are taking them out of the water after the summer, so if you go diving this site out of the summer season, you'll need to climb the rocks to get on the concrete docks. This can be difficult by moderate swell.

You can start your dive just after jumping into the water, or either swim for about 50 m to the end of the cove, to the open sea, and the turn left, to the SE and start your dive, following the wall / slope.

The depth is gradually increasing as the bottom has a slope shape going to the center of the bay. You can easily find 25 m and more. You will find some boulders and holes in the bottom which are good shelter for marine life, and some sand spots.

English (Translate this text in English): Park your car at the Cova Blanca Street. A small alley on your right leads to the shore.

Walk for about 30 m on this alley and by the shore and you'll arrive to a metallic ladder anchored on the rocks that you can use to get in and out of the water. There are several ladders in this little cove, but the house owners are taking them out of the water after the summer, so if you go diving this site out of the summer season, you'll need to climb the rocks to get on the concrete docks. This can be difficult by moderate swell.

You can start your dive just after jumping into the water, or either swim for about 50 m to the end of the cove, to the open sea, and the turn left, to the SE and start your dive, following the wall / slope.

The depth is gradually increasing as the bottom has a slope shape going to the center of the bay. You can easily find 25 m and more. You will find some boulders and holes in the bottom which are good shelter for marine life, and some sand spots.

English (Translate this text in English): Park your car at the Cova Blanca Street. A small alley on your right leads to the shore.

Walk for about 30 m on this alley and by the shore and you'll arrive to a metallic ladder anchored on the rocks that you can use to get in and out of the water. There are several ladders in this little cove, but the house owners are taking them out of the water after the summer, so if you go diving this site out of the summer season, you'll need to climb the rocks to get on the concrete docks. This can be difficult by moderate swell.

You can start your dive just after jumping into the water, or either swim for about 50 m to the end of the cove, to the open sea, and the turn left, to the SE and start your dive, following the wall / slope.

The depth is gradually increasing as the bottom has a slope shape going to the center of the bay. You can easily find 25 m and more. You will find some boulders and holes in the bottom which are good shelter for marine life, and some sand spots.

English (Translate this text in English): Park your car at the Cova Blanca Street. A small alley on your right leads to the shore.

Walk for about 30 m on this alley and by the shore and you'll arrive to a metallic ladder anchored on the rocks that you can use to get in and out of the water. There are several ladders in this little cove, but the house owners are taking them out of the water after the summer, so if you go diving this site out of the summer season, you'll need to climb the rocks to get on the concrete docks. This can be difficult by moderate swell.

You can start your dive just after jumping into the water, or either swim for about 50 m to the end of the cove, to the open sea, and the turn left, to the SE and start your dive, following the wall / slope.

The depth is gradually increasing as the bottom has a slope shape going to the center of the bay. You can easily find 25 m and more. You will find some boulders and holes in the bottom which are good shelter for marine life, and some sand spots.

English (Translate this text in English): Park your car at the Cova Blanca Street. A small alley on your right leads to the shore.

Walk for about 30 m on this alley and by the shore and you'll arrive to a metallic ladder anchored on the rocks that you can use to get in and out of the water. There are several ladders in this little cove, but the house owners are taking them out of the water after the summer, so if you go diving this site out of the summer season, you'll need to climb the rocks to get on the concrete docks. This can be difficult by moderate swell.

You can start your dive just after jumping into the water, or either swim for about 50 m to the end of the cove, to the open sea, and the turn left, to the SE and start your dive, following the wall / slope.

The depth is gradually increasing as the bottom has a slope shape going to the center of the bay. You can easily find 25 m and more. You will find some boulders and holes in the bottom which are good shelter for marine life, and some sand spots.

English (Translate this text in English): Park your car at the Cova Blanca Street. A small alley on your right leads to the shore.

Walk for about 30 m on this alley and by the shore and you'll arrive to a metallic ladder anchored on the rocks that you can use to get in and out of the water. There are several ladders in this little cove, but the house owners are taking them out of the water after the summer, so if you go diving this site out of the summer season, you'll need to climb the rocks to get on the concrete docks. This can be difficult by moderate swell.

You can start your dive just after jumping into the water, or either swim for about 50 m to the end of the cove, to the open sea, and the turn left, to the SE and start your dive, following the wall / slope.

The depth is gradually increasing as the bottom has a slope shape going to the center of the bay. You can easily find 25 m and more. You will find some boulders and holes in the bottom which are good shelter for marine life, and some sand spots.

English (Translate this text in English): Park your car at the Cova Blanca Street. A small alley on your right leads to the shore.

Walk for about 30 m on this alley and by the shore and you'll arrive to a metallic ladder anchored on the rocks that you can use to get in and out of the water. There are several ladders in this little cove, but the house owners are taking them out of the water after the summer, so if you go diving this site out of the summer season, you'll need to climb the rocks to get on the concrete docks. This can be difficult by moderate swell.

You can start your dive just after jumping into the water, or either swim for about 50 m to the end of the cove, to the open sea, and the turn left, to the SE and start your dive, following the wall / slope.

The depth is gradually increasing as the bottom has a slope shape going to the center of the bay. You can easily find 25 m and more. You will find some boulders and holes in the bottom which are good shelter for marine life, and some sand spots.

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