Cala Blanca Dive Centre
Centro Comercial Papagayo
Playa Blanca (Yaiza)
Canary Islands Spain
Tel.: +34 928 519040 +34 607301230
Fax.: +34 928 518400
Located in Playa Blanca, South of Lanzarote, we offer
2 dives in the morning either from boat or from coast,
always guided. We offer shallow reef dives in Playa Blanca,
walls, caverns and holes in Puerto del Carmen or volcanic
dive sites in Mala.
Dive Academy Gran Canaria
Club Amigos Del Atlantico s.l
c./La Lajilla s/n
Centro Reacreativo Puesta Del Sol
D.P 35210, Arguineguin
Tel. 0034 928 736 196
Fax: 0034 928 736 196
Learn to dive with Dive Academy Gran Canaria, we have
our own large private pool for training or just come scuba
diving with us by boat or shore.
Anfi Del Mar
Barranco de la Verga s/n
Tel. 0034-928 150105-0034606026171
Fax. 0034-928 562195
Toghether with Top Diving we are the only divecenter with
there boats in front of the door.
We also owns the only private recompressionchamber.
Puerto Escala s/n
35130 Puerto Rico
Tel. 0034-928 560609 0034-670954467
Fax. 0034-928 562195
We have our boats in front of the door, no cartrips or
falling over rocks. We own the only recompression chamber
on the island.
About Canary Islands
Canary Islands lie near the northern coast of Africa
surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. The islands autonomous
region is made up of seven large islands: Tenerife,
Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, La Palma, Gomera
and Hierro. and other smaller ones, such as Graciosa,
Alegranza and Lobos.
The coasts are blessed with vast sandy beaches full
of outstanding reefs, capes and bays. Nevertheless in
some areas along the western and northern coasts of
Gran Canaria, there are many cliffs and steep rock faces.
The Canary Islands is characterised by its volcanic
scenery. This can be divided into three different regions:
the central islands, the eastern islands and the western
islands. The volcanic activity of the past has created
a most peculiar landscape on the islands, with craters,
volcanic cones, volcanic rocks, tubes etc. The island's
most emblematic natural landscape has to be mount Teide
which, standing at 3,718 metres (12,198 ft) high, is
the tallest mountain in Spain. In order of importance
are Blanca mountain (2,743 metres or 9,000 ft) and Viejo
peak (3,100 metres or 10,170 ft). The island's geography
and low rainfall ensure that there are no major rivers
Gran Canaria has great resorts with plenty of entertainment
and nice beaches. The sand dunes of Maspolomas are spectacular
and a must see - you can take a camel ride over the
dunes to enjoy the scenery.
Fuerteventura is a quieter island with sandy beaches
and a quiet, relaxing atmosphere.
Lanzarote has many natural wonders with the volcanic
activity having sculptured fantastic, lunar beauty.
The most amazing of these sites is the Timanfaya National
La Palma - the beautiful national park Caldera de Taburiente
is at the center of the island with other attractions
being the Spanish Colonial architecture of the chief
town, Santa Cruz de la Palma.
La Gomeras' Garajony National Park is the main attraction
with a dense laurel forest.
El Hierro is a sparsely populated island with a rugged
Tenerife contains the highest peak in Spain, the volcano
Teide, which is 3718 metres high. Surrounding the volcanic
crater is the Teide National Park containing varied
plant life and landscape. In addition to the natural
beauty Tenerife has a number of lively resorts and popular