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Dive trip Cap de Creus Natural Park

Swimming, diving, snorkelling and apnea in Spain, on the Costa Brava in Cap de Creus Natural Park

If you're a lover of the great outdoors, the Cap de Creus Nature Park in Spain is the place for you! The largest nature park in Catalonia, this Costa Brava nature reserve, created in 1998, protects 11,000 hectares including the Cap de Creus peninsula and 3,000 hectares of marine environment. Swim, dive, snorkel or snorkel in the Cap de Creus Natural Park. Some of Spain's best diving spots are located in the three nature reserves, the Farallons, Cap de Creus, and Cap Norfeu. These Costa Brava dive sites feature rocky scree drop-offs, Posidonia plains, and open cliff caves. Around Cap Norfeu, scientists have found traces of volcanic activity dating back 10 million years!

Here, your gaze wanders through wild landscapes, following the contours of steep cliffs, discerning dark rocks weathered by the north wind and salt, evoking the profiles of unusual animals. To make the most of your holiday in the Cap de Creus Natural Park, organize a diving break at the Cala Montjoi holiday village, ideal for an all-inclusive holiday and diving with the family or in a group. If you're on your own or with a partner, head to Cala Joncols at Eurodivers Joncols, ideal for snorkeling, freediving, and diving. A great opportunity all year round, Eurodivers Roses welcomes groups of divers on its boat in the Roses marina, with accommodation just a stone's throw away in the comfortable Hotel Univers. From Roses, discover the dive sites around Punta Falconera and Falco and Elbau de Cap Trentcat in the marine reserve.

Non-divers can choose between shopping in the boutiques of Roses and lazing on the beach in the coves. The Cap de Creus Reserve also offers some extraordinary walks and mountain bike rides! A breeding ground for birds, reptiles, and mammals, the Cap Creus Reserve is full of surprises, including the magnificent crested cormorant (Phalocrocorax aristotelis) and large concentrations of groupers (Epinephelus guaza) in the water. In passing, take a look at the Cap de Creus lighthouse, where Kevin Billington filmed The Light at the Edge of the World in 1971. Appreciated by the likes of Josep Pla and Salvador Dalí, the environmental heritage of Cap de Creus is also architectural, with the monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes, the current headquarters of the Cap de Creus nature park, where you can obtain information on the various itineraries and activities.

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Cap de Creus Natural Park : Dive shops


Euro-Divers Roses
Spain  - Roses

The Euro Divers Roses boat leaves from the marina in Roses, on the Costa Brava. EuroDivers Roses offer diving trips for groups from the best hotels in Roses. For example, boss Ian has selected the Hotel Univers for you, group leaders. On the seafront, opposite the marina and fishing port of Roses, the Univers Hotel is excellent value for money and is only 100 meters from the beach and the town center. Nearby you will find shops, restaurants, and tourist attractions. A diving holiday organized by EuroDivers Roses in this family-run establishment is therefore ideal to be shared with non-divers, spouses, family members, or friends. Enjoy buffet-style dining, a snack bar with a terrace, sea-view rooms with free Wi-Fi and TV, a free baby bed on request, a swimming pool, and children's play areas. Reception is open 24 hours a day with information, ticket sales, and luggage storage. Parking is free on a limited basis, but there is also private parking available for a fee on request. Live music is provided every evening. For arrivals and departures, check-in is from 2 pm to 11 pm, and check-out is from 8 am to 12 pm. As far as diving is concerned, the natural park extends around the Cap de Creus peninsula, from the Bol Nou point to the Tamariua Cove (El Port de la Selva) and as far as Punta Falconera (Roses). Dive in this protected marine area with some of the most beautiful diving spots on the Costa Brava, accessible with the EuroDivers Roses boat. Stroll among the schools of seabreams and sars in the Posidonia. Find giltheads, lobsters, and crabs in the scree slopes. Bunches of red coral cover the crevices of the rocks... Happy holidays with Euro-Divers Roses! [+]

  • Comfortable boat
  • Protected Marine Park
  • Accomodations and diving
From 202,00 €


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