Sitting on the north east corner of Spain, Galicia’s rich natural and maritime heritage attracts scuba divers from all over the world to its waters every year.
From the pristine waters of Rias Baixas, along the dramatic coastline of Costa da Morte, all the way to the lively waters of the Mariña Lucense, Galicia offers amazing diving opportunities for all scuba divers whatever their certification level.
The waters of the Atlantic Ocean, which wash the spectacular shores of Galicia, are cooler than the Mediterranean and are blessed with an astonishing variety marine life for everyone to enjoy.
Although Galicia is great to dive all year round, visitors tend to explore the best diving spots and experience the unique, Atlantic underwater paradise between June-September.
The Airport of A Coruña sits 8 km from the centre of the city receiving regular international flights from international and European destinations such as Barcelona, Madrid, Rome, Paris, London, and Amsterdam.
Santiago de Compostela airport receives international flights from Dublin, London Stansted, Frankfurt, Paris, Rome and Zurich.
The region is connected to the motorway network of Spain and further afield in Europe. The main cities of La Coruña, Vigo and Santiago de Compostela are all connected by rail to Madrid and beyond.