What you can do
Cap Sa Mola - 20 Metres - Open Water Divers
In the appropriate season the cape 'Sa Mola' truly is an 'explosion of life'. In springtime it is one of the most interesting spots in the south-west of Majorca. Some people say that the bottom of the Mediterranean sea must have looked like it in its' origin. It is not necessary diving very deeply, because the interesting fauna can be found between the submarine rock face and its' upper edge already. You can see Morey Eels, jellyfish, breams and possibly even 'false" tunas. The cape 'Sa Mola' is located on the way out of our home port of Port d'Andratx in the direction of Santa Ponça. It is the first cape we pass by when we are heading to the eastern direction.
S'Aquilot - 22 Metres - Open Water Divers
This is an easy but very interesting dive excursion. Only 2 miles away from our home basis in Port d'Andratx, the Island of S'Aquilot is located in the direction of Cape Sa Mola. The island is only about a rock, which only sticks a few metres out of the sea. Underwater it extends to a deepness of 22 metres and offers a domicile to barracudas, gilthead sea breams and crayfish. We dive around the island and discover that it is steeped with a hollow. The hole is big enough to dive across it with 2 divers at the same time. Not seldom we find scorpion fish here.
Punta Galinda - 37 Metre Wreck Dive - Advanced Divers
Punta Galinda is located at Southern End of the bay of Sant Elm. The wreck of Punta Galinda, the M.S. Goggi, lies on sand in 37 meter depth. It is a two masts motor sailing boat of about 18 m keel length. The sunken ship lies in almost natural on one side. For not absorbing too much nitrogen we dive in a depth of about 10 metres in direction of the wreck. Near it we descend to maximum depth of 37 m. There we will find stones which look, as if they have fallen off the steep cliff of Punta Galinda. In the wreck a big conger has it's home. We meet baracudas, brasses and octopus.
Conger Wreck - 36 Metres - Advanced Divers
In the canal between Sant Elm and Sa Dragonera, a sunken ship wreck of 20 metres in keel length (or better to say its' leftovers) is located. Here about 20 conger eels as well as moray eels in huge dimensions take refuge. This spot certainly is the most difficult and dangerous of all immersions which are possible on Majorca. Conger eels and moray eels of this wreck are really offensive towards 'visitors'. They got used to divers and mainly nourish on the food divers put on the hideouts. On this immersion you can come across conger eels with a lengths of close to 2 metres - nothing for the faint-hearted. An Enriched Air 'Nitrox' Brevet is advantageous. Please enquire at your instructor or go for the Nitrox Speciality.
Cabo Llebeig - Island Dragonera - 40 Metres - Advanced Divers
The Island of Dragonera is located south-westerly of Majorca. A canal of approx. one mile in breadth, which is often dominated by strong currents, separates both islands.The Cape Llebeig is a big rocky bulk, which is located on the south-western peak of Sa Dragonera. Breakwater as well as respectively intense deepnesses are characteristic for this area. In the near of the Cape whales as well as sharks have been viewed already. Due to the submarine steep face as the reference point, one's has the impression floating in free-fall. You have to pay attention to the deepness; in some spots south-westerly of Sa Dragonera we get to 50 metres in the very near of the steep coast. You'll meet notably lots of very big scorpion fish and moray eels. A spectacular immersion, which is only suitable for experienced and well educated divers in deep diving.