Gibraltar is a British overseas territory which shares a border with Spain to the north. Home to a huge diversity of marine species, it is here where the incoming current of the Atlantic Ocean mixes with the denser Mediterranean Sea to create a unique combination of flora and fauna.
A number of ships have been deliberately sunk off the coast, to form an artificial reef, known as the Camp Bay Conservation Project and includes a cable layer sunk alongside a barge, at approximately 15m in depth.
Choose from wrecks dating back to Napoleonic times or World War II boasting vast schools of boxfish, damselfish and Anthias, as well as pipefish, Atlantic Torpedo rays, octopus and cuttlefish.
With over 300 days of sunshine per year daytime temperatures average 30°C (86°F), with winter around 16°C (61°F).
Water temp May to Sept: 19 – 29°C (67 – 85°F) Water temp Oct to April: 14 – 18°C (58 – 65°F)
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