The charm of the depths of the Canary Island waters is not only in its biodiversity, given that these waters are home to sunken historic remains.
Dive among decks, masts and enormous buried anchors and imagine the story behind every shipwreck which is hidden in these Atlantic ocean waters in seas where all kinds of ships have sailed throughout the length of history
Thanks to the warm temperatures and ocean currents that create the Trade Winds, the waters around the Canary Islands are full of a huge range of both resident and migratory marine life.
Species such as blue sharks, barracuda, hammerheads, makos, wahoo and swordfish... live around the Canary Islands throughout the year. Others, such as the much sought after blue marlin, bluefin tuna and white marlin migrate past the Islands.