Enjoy a diving holiday in Mallorca! The largest of the Balearic Islands is one of the best places in the Mediterranean (and the world) to practice scuba diving, freediving, snorkelling and almost any other water sport.
The peaceful and clear waters of Mallorca allow you to observe a broad variety of marine wildlife and vegetation thanks to the good visibility and the biodiversity of the Mediterranean. Besides the sunny climate and our mild temperatures, the lack of strong currents and large predators make the Balearic Sea one of the safest places to dive.
It’s not only the Mediterranean that makes diving in Mallorca special. The limestone composition of the island’s mountain range also makes the Sierra de Tramuntana coastline a real “Swiss cheese”; brimming with caves, galleries and rocky formations of great beauty waiting to be discovered.
Puerto de Pollensa – the home of Tramuntana Diving – lies in a privileged location, where the waters of the Mediterranean Sea and the limestone rock of the Tramuntana mountains meet. This provides us with the dramatic landscapes that we have so come to love. In the Bay of Pollença, along the Formentor Peninsula and the Bay of Alcudia alone we have located over 30 diving sites that suit both entry level and experienced divers.
Furthermore, Mallorca has many more points of appeal besides being the perfect holiday destination for divers: a well-connected airport, a wide range of leisure activities and innumerable tourist attractions to visit.
At Tramuntana Diving we not only endeavour to teach you how to dive in a safe and fun manner but we also wish for you to discover the biodiversity, beauty and fragility of the Mediterranean. We regularly cooperate with research projects and conservation efforts and actively promote respect and love for the sea amongst all those who dive with us.
Among the ecosystems we most like to show are the underwater fields of Posidonia sea grass, a magnificent setting in which to carry out dives but also one of the most endangered in the Mediterranean. We explain its importance for the environment and for the preservation of biodiversity in all our dives, but we believe the best way to convey appreciation for this sea plant is by diving over a meadow of Posidonia: diving down to the green expanse, discovering the animals that live in it and feeling tiny while diving amongst the largest living organism in the world.
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