What kind of Wetsuit will I need?
As you can see from the temperature graphs above, the Mediterranean around the coasts of Ibiza is warm throughout the Summer and Autumn.
The following should be taken as a guide – this will vary according to personal preference:
In April, May and November a 3 or 5 mm full wetsuit with long arms and legs is advisable.
From June to October a shorty is fine.
In the Winter months between December and March, a 5 mm full wetsuit with hood, booties and gloves is needed.
We have a full range of wetsuits and boots at the station.
What kind of clothes should I pack?
In the high Summer months of June, July, August and September, light cotton trousers, shorts and t-shirts are the perfect for enjoying the balmy Mediterranean climate. In April, May and October you are advised to bring a jumper and light jacket. In the winter months, pack a warm jacket and jeans.
Do I need any special vaccines or jabs?
Can I drink Tap Water?
We recommend that you use bottled water for cooking and drinking. The tap water in Ibiza is purified, but tastes very salty. It is fine for brushing teeth, however many still prefer to do this with bottled water because of the taste.
During the summer the cove is protected from the wind because the predominant wind comes from the East: the sea remains relatively calm, which makes it an excellent location to practice waters ports, especially diving.
In a boat a few minutes to the South you will find the National Park of Cala D’ort and also the Island of Conejera, where there are some 30 dive sites; 15 minutes to the North you can find the Island of Ses Margalides which is well known as one of the best dive sites of the Balearics: Shipwrecks, Caves, Caverns, spectacular underwater panoramas and a incredible ecosystem will surprise you on every dive.
We are a open minded and multicultural dive Center who have made our goal to completely satisfy our clients’ needs by offering a personal and high quality service. We employ modern and effective teaching methods whose goal is not just the license, but rather that our students experience first hand the adventure and the fun of recreational diving.
We create a very special and informal atmosphere in which our professionally trained and experienced instructors will help you easily and safely realise your own goals. All the diving courses are from PADI – the most internationally recognised certification. With a PADI licence you will be able to dive all over the world.