Lanzarote is the most easterly of the Canary Islands, an archipelago famed for its marine diversity, long sunny days, pristine beaches, variety of dive sites and a relaxed atmosphere.
Blessed with year round sunshine and a subtropical climate, the Canary Islands comprise seven unique locations with plenty of adventure, nature and relaxation for everyone.
A UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Lanzarote is well protected and offers a multitude of diving experiences and an incredible relaxing atmosphere; only four hours flight from the UK. The 30+ dive sites off the coast of the southern resort area of Playa Blanca feature swim-throughs, caverns, ledges, wrecks and Museo Atlántico, an underwater sculpture museum. Suitable for divers of all abilities octopus, moray eels, several species of ray, colourful reef fish, grouper and angel sharks are regularly seen.
The islands present an ideal habitat for all kinds of marine species. With an average water temperature of 18C in winter/23C in summer and visibility up to 30m, they are a treasured diving location for all, throughout the year.
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