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A great diving destination in the Mediterranean sea
Do you know that the Costa Brava is one of the best diving destinations on the Mediterranean?
Its incredible sea beds, professional scuba diving centres and vast tourism offer make it one of the top destinations for divers.
If scuba diving is your passion, this Catalan coastline has an enormous variety of fauna and flora for you to discover, as well as areas with unevenrelief, steep walls, sensational rocky sea beds and spectacular nature reserves, like the Medes Islands and Cap de Creus.
Between Blanes and Portbou there are 36 professional scuba diving centresin total offeringa wide range of activities and services.
What’s more, the Costa Brava has an undeniable potential for tourism:enchanting coves, pretty fishing villages and a vast offer of hotels, gastronomy and culture. All in all, it is a uniquely beautiful destination with excellent communications infrastructureandis easily accessible by plane, high-speed train and motorway.
And let’s not forget the safety aspect: to the professionalism and long experience of the Costa Brava’s diving centres —some of which are true pioneers of the sport—one can add the two available decompression chambers, one in Palamós and the other in Perpignan (France), giving the dives accompanied by expert scuba divers additional safety guarantees.