The dive sites are easy and suitable for divers of all levels . Average depths vary between 18 and 40 meters.
The North Island Marine Reserve is full of impressive landscapes, rocky bottoms, galleries, arches, caves, crevices, ...
Tramontana affects our outings, but it is essential for the balance of coastal marine ecosystems. In fact, by pushing the waters of the lagoons towards the sea, it allows them to renew and oxygenate the environment.
This is how we can observe abundant marine life .
The north of the island has a dozen easily accessible caves, with spacious rooms that offer spectacular backlights.
The vast majority of dive sites are only accessible by boat and are between 5 and 20 minutes by boat.
The season generally begins in May and ends in October.
Some dive centers stay open a little longer.
The water temperature hovers around 14-16 degrees in May and rises to 27 degrees in August.
Visibility is exceptional all year round ...
The influx of tourists is greatest during the months of July and the first three weeks of August.
Find local PADI dive shops and explore the top dive sites with our map.
To get to Menorca, two options:
- Boat (with or without car)
By plane, in high season, some airlines offer direct flights from France, Belgium, United Kingdom, etc.
It is also possible to get to the island with a stopover in Mallorca, Barcelona, Madrid.
Airlines: Vueling, Iberia, AirEuropa, Ryanair, EasyJet, Tui, etc ...
By boat from Barcelona with Trasmediterranea or Balearia companies.