Illa Redona is one of the two islands of Santa Eulalia, in front of Punta Arabi. Illa Redona is known for its vibrant marine life. You will be surprised how many fishes you will see even in shallow water! Advanced divers can explore a wreck at 28 meters. This Dutch boat sank 15 years ago and you can still sail it!
Illa Llarga North
Illa Larga, or the Long Island, is the island next to Illa Redona situated just in front of Punta Arabi. The island has two sides, North and South, and is therefore great for dive explorations at all sorts of depths.
Illa Llarga South
Illa Larga, or the Long Island, is the other island of Santa Eulalia, which is situated just in front of Punta Arabi. The island has two sides, North and South, and is therefore great for dive explorations at different depths.
The two rocky islands Lladó North and Lladó South are situated close to Eivissa. The island is rocky platform with an irregular landscape. You will see many boulders with cracks where groupers, moray eels, striped groupers, barracudas, octopuses, cardinal fish, barracudas or white breams hide.
Lladó South is one of the two rocky islands close to Eivissa. Here we make a tour around the rocks. On the North side of the island there is a rocky platform at a depth of 12-15 meters. On the West side there is a wall sloping down to 20 meters. And on the South side there is a wall going down to 30-37 meters. You will see sponge walls, nudibranches and banks of anchovies.
Seca Santa Eulalia, chimney
La Seca is a great dive spot for divers of all levels. It is full of marine life: lots of barracuda, giant bream, moray eels, shoals of bream, salps … Dive among the remains of ancient beacons and pass by the chimney with its amazing light effects.
Seca Santa Eulalia, faro
This wreck of an old lighthouse just in front of Santa Eulalia is full of marine life. You will see barracudas, schools of blue damfishes, moray eels and peacock wrasses.
Traveling along the coast of Santa Eulalia in the direction of Ibiza, we find two rocky formations united by a narrow submerge.
Besides the history that is hidden there, you´ll fall in love with the biodiversity. Turning around one of the two, we´ll find dozens of octopuses and moray eels, small crustaceans hidden among the luminous anemones, scrapers and scurvy camouflaged between the hollows of the rocks. And already looking at the blue we´ll follow different types of sea bream, bream and croaker.
Cave Cala Olivera
You will find Cala Olivera only one beach to the South of La Catedral (Cueva Cala Llonga). The entrance of the cave is just a couple of metres from the beach. When you enter the cave, is where the magic starts. There are three ways to access the cave and you will be surprised by the fantastic chimney system inside the cave. The maximum depth of the cave is 20 metres, but divers of all levels are able to enjoy this magical spot.
Cave Cala Llonga, La Catedral
This cave is definitely one of the most spectacular and therefore the most popular caves on the island. After entering the cave between 15 and 8 metres we will ascend to arrive at the surface. The enormous bowl of air inside the cave is beautiful, with rock formations and ancient stalactites. Don´t forget to look at the marvellous light coming inside the cave!
Cala Blanca is a dive in which the scenic beauty will leave you perplexed, without mentioning the whole life that inhabits this spectacular underwater environment. From 2 meters deep in which the immersion begins, the color of the organisms that populate its rocks, catches you. As we are descending, we are going through rocks with predominance of reds, greens, and yellows, to reach the zone of cracks and arches. Some of them seem the entrance to a cave, but once inside we discover that in fact it is a great arc with an exit to the blue. If we separate a little bit from the rocky part, the seabed begins, in which the tongues of sand take turns with the prairies of posidonea.
Cala Mastella, pecio
On this site you will find an interesting wreck, a sandpit boat that is still in good condition. It is situated about 100 meters further out on a sandy bottom.
With a maximum depth of 20 meters the wreck is perfect for cany certified diver.
In Cape Punta Arabi, right next to Cala Martina, there is a small corner called Cala Gat. This beautiful bay is surrounded by pine trees and junipers. The bank is made up of gravel and stone, and the bottom is rocky, but the water is very clear. Ideal for a terrific dive!
Special diving trips
With 142 metres the ´Don Pedro´ shipwreck is one of the biggest and most popular dive spots in Europe. It sank in 2007 to the sandy bottom near the harbour of Eivissa. Flora and fauna have gradually covered the wreck since, making it every year more spectacular. With a starting depth of 25 metres and a maximum depth of 46 metres the ´Don Pedro´ is a must for advanced recreational divers.
At this beautiful spot with crystal blue waters you will see congers, banks of barracudas, bowers, great rocks, big mussels, sponges, banks of posseidonia and old anchors.
Dado pequeño, close to Eivissa, is a dive spot with infinite underwater life. Close to the rocks the water is very shallow, perfect for unexperienced divers. The rocks are full of small fishes like damselfishes, painted combers, yellow anemones and sponges. This spot is ideal for photographers.