Sardina del Norte

Seahorses, amberjacks, angel sharks, stingrays, spiny butterfly rays, African striped grunts, bastard grunts, blue jack mackerels, striped seabreams, garden eels, giant anemones and many others are always seen here. The wealth of marine life coupled with the convenient facilities available in Sardina make this one of the most popular diving spots on the island.

A very special place where each dive can be different, full of life and easily accessible. Do not miss doing it at night, its rich depths will surprise you.

Sardina, near the town of Galdar, has a large sheltered bay and is thus ideally suited for beginners, underwater photography lovers or those keen on night dives. Getting in and out of the water is extremely easy: you just go down or up the wuay steps. Once our dive is over, there is nothing nicer than having a rest and enjoy some delectable seafood at one of the restaurants on the promenade.

Certification level:   Open Water Diver
Max depth:   17 meters
Current:   Sometimes mild
Rating:   3.5/5

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