Diving in the Columbretes Islands, minimum 8 people
The archipelago of the Columbretes Islands is a Natural Reserve of volcanic origin, of great ecological value, in its transparent waters, we can find ourselves groupers, corbas, gilthead bream, bream, moray eel, barracuda, lobster, red coral …
The meeting point is at the diving center, located at the Puerto Deportivo Las Fuentes de Alcossebre at 7:45 a. m. The departure is at 8 in the morning and the trip lasts 120 minutes.
There are 2 dives, always with an underwater guide: the first about 11:00. There is an interval of about 2 hours to rest and eat (you have to take the food), about 2:00 p.m. we will make the second dive.
The return to the port is made at 16:00 hrs, arriving at 18:00h.
– Compulsory documentation:
* ID
* Dive card
* Dive insurance
* Registration book with 25 minimum dives (for all degrees, the last dive done within the previous 12 months)
The regulation of the Nature Reserve require to take the original and current documentation to the island.
Diver price: € 142.50 / pax
It includes:
• Travel
• Bottles
• Lead
• Underwater guide
• Water and juices

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