This is the largest public sea life centre in Europe, and one of the most important in the world, due to the amount of species that live here and the mixture of ecosystems set up inside here. Inside, over 11,000 specimens and 450 different species await you. Whether you visit as a family, or are interested in the world of the sea, this aquarium is a fascinating visit. It is divided into four large zones. One zone is dedicated to the Mediterranean and focuses on the different species that live in the sea surrounding the city. There is another, more exotic zone, which focuses on flora and fauna of tropical areas. The installations include an 80 metre long tunnel, where you can observe sharks, Galapagos turtles and a vast array of fish. This is one of the most impressive parts of the visit. Also, although restricted to those who possess a diving license, you can also dive and swim with marine wildlife, and observe sharks from up close.
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