Scuba Diving on Fuerteventura
Although Fuerteventura offers many possibilities to get in and out by land, there is a wide range of boat dives too. As you like it, you can make use both possibilities. Of course, some places require one of the two methods.
Underwater there is a rugged lava landscape with canyons, overhangs, small caves, holes and crevasses. A wreck at 50m is reserved for experienced divers only. In addition, there are plenty of sandy areas that accommodate a wide variety of species.
Fuerteventura offers the typical Canary Islands biodiversity and good chances of big fish. On hardly any other island are as many large groupers to be found as here.
The dive centres are spread along the southern and eastern coastline of Esquinzo via Costa Calma, Las Playitas to Corralejo.
Dive Sites on Fuerteventura
Most of the dive sites are located along the eastern and southern coast of the island. There are many land-based entrances, but also boat trips that are worthwhile. There are also some dive sites on the west coast. However, due to the often rough sea, these are rarely approached. If you have the possibility to make a trip to the West, you should take it!
Diving Centre on Fuerteventura
On the sandiest of the Canary Islands there is a variety of dive centres to choose from. They are all located along the eastern and southern coast of Fuerteventura. You will find them in the larger towns like Corralejo and Morro Jable, but also in some smaller villages.
Delphinus Diving School
Delphinus Diving School is well served in the north and south of the island. One of the dive centers is located in Corralejo, the northernmost city of Fuerteventura, while the other is located in Costa Calma. So you can also plan a shared holiday and dive in different places without having to travel long distances every day.
The diving training is conducted according to PADI standards, from trial diving to diving instructors.