Diving with PETRODIVERS in Mallorca … that’s real diving !!!
Mallorca is one of the most beautiful diving areas in the Mediterranean. The incredibly diverse underwater landscapes alone, starting with the turquoise sea over the white sandy bottom, the protected Neptune grass floors and bizarre rock formations to underwater canyons, grottos that look like cathedrals, sunken dripstone caves to cave labyrinths that run through the like a Swiss cheese Extensive rocky dives are worth many long dives. But that’s not all. Anyone who has ever dived through a swarm of hundreds of barracudas in the Reserva Marina Del Migjorn nature park southwest of Porto Petro or near Cabrera, or discovered the scorpion fish during a night dive, will soon no longer be surprised at the constant encounters with octopuses, carpet rays, groupers, Moray eels, conger eels, slipper crabs, hermit crabs and lobsters. If you are lucky you will also see sunfish, dolphins and sometimes seahorses but you have to keep your eyes wide open in the nature parks, because there is fish soup first. Gold welts, monk fish, jackfish and, especially in autumn, unbelievably huge schools of tuna and jackfish are an experience in themselves and some interesting wrecks are waiting to be discovered. Even sperm whales sometimes pay a visit … who would have expected that in Mallorca. In addition, water temperatures of up to 29 degrees in midsummer make diving a special class of wellness experience.