Trial Dive

Try what it's like to breathe underwater

Trial Dive

Start your adventure now and learn to breathe underwater with us. In advance, we explain exactly how everything works and what we pay attention to. Many small damsel fish and of course our diving instructors will accompany you on your first dive. Bream often sit in the spectator seats while we show you how to use the equipment under water. Exploring the dive site we pass the home of octopuses, moray eels and starfish. Well, curious if someone is at home? Then sign up now.

Length of time

All in all you are with us for about 3 hours. We are in the water for about 45 minutes, depending on your air consumption


You are fully insured through us and we are always close by to ensure a safe experience. Of course, there is no shortage of fun either; - )


We speak your language. In simple and understandable words we will explain how everything works in English, Spanish, French or German


All our dives take place by boat. A convenient ladder helps with boarding and alighting

You have a question? Then give us a call, right? send us a WhatsApp +34 661 488 680


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frequently asked Questions

What requirements do I have to meet in order to take part in the introductory dive?

You should be able to swim and be comfortable in the water.

When registering, each diver signs that they have a certificate from a doctor confirming that they are fit to dive and fills out a questionnaire explaining their current state of health.

If you are under the age of 18, a legal guardian must come to the base to sign.

What can my family or friends do during this time?

You are welcome to come snorkeling with us. We usually go to the same place, so if you wish, our snorkeling guide will stay over the try divers to observe them. Of course you can also rent a kayak.

I have no experience. Can I still participate?

Trial diving is for everyone who has never dived before, does not yet have a diving license or cannot prove that they have completed a diving course.