The exotic seas of Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is one of the quintessential dive sites in the Canary Islands and if you are fond of water sports and travel, this is your destination. You should not stop from enjoying its reefs and marine attractions. The Chupadero. Located in Lajita Creek, this is one of the most distinguished in Fuerteventura for diving, especially during night hours. This is an area that has a parallel beach with a great variety of slabs and reef with abundant species such as hedgehogs, bream, castanets, green fish, old and red mullet. With a depth of 10 meters there is no shortage of large lava rocks located in small caves. Occasionally there are mutts, angelfish and turtles.

Fuerteventura Sea

Fuerteventura Sea

Fuerteventura diving

Fuerteventura diving

The breakwater dock is another of the main attractions in Fuerteventura by scores of tourists from all over. This dive site houses an incredible diversity of marine species among which are included grouper, bream, fredys, brown black, scorpion, platijos, and wrasse. During the mating season one can see a significant amount of angelfish in most of the sandy surfaces. Depths of 12 meters. The contour guy. Located on the west side of Veril Grande, we look at a stone wall with 15 meters depth of up to a vertical extent of 35 meters. Here we can find an exquisite variety of species such as brown black, bream, crab, barracuda, amberjack, grouper, stingrays and angelfish.

Fuerteventura Shore

Fuerteventura Shore

Sandy Fuerteventura

Sandy Fuerteventura

The largest contour. 200 meters from its location is a beautiful beach where lies the largest lighthouse of Fuerteventura. Located in Morro Jable and with a depth of 20 meters, this wonderful natural area offers a privileged view of multiple species like trumpet fish, moray black bream, crabs, garden eels, barracuda, amberjack, grouper, stingrays and angelfish. Occasionally it reveals pelagic whale sharks among other animals. The black treasure. Finally we have this dive center which hides bizarre black coral formations as well as other species such as sponges, anemones and nudibranchs. Depths between 12 to 30 meters.

Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura photos: Antonio Tores, Francisco Molina, Thomas Aurish, Graham Stephen.

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