Shipwrecks, sandy areas, and flora and fauna on the seabed. A unique experience!
Beauty over and under the sea.
Gran Canaria doesn't just show its magnificence on the surface - it's also magnificent underwater. And the thing is that the island's vicinity keeps an endless amount of hidden treasure, meaning its seabed is worth an incalculable fortune. From the Agaete area to the port of Mogán or Arguineguín, or in other towns like Telde, the mix of rocky and sandy seabeds allows you to easily appreciate the fauna that lives in the Atlantic, which turns itself into a real spectacle. Some of the shipwrecks are more than fifty metres deep, making an exceptional underwater landscape, and the typical rocks have a very interesting variety of flora that recreates a stunning and beautiful palette of colours. For all these reasons, there are many coastal points where they offer courses for diving, free diving, snorkeling, and so many other underwater activities - a sport with which you'll end up falling in love.
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