Anclas

Top Dive Sites in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands

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You'll have to go down to 18m to reach the reef, where the wall drops to 25m. This site gets its name from the amount of antique anchors scattered around the site. Groupers, tunas and massive schools of sardines will tag along most of your dives here!

Under the rocks, check out the stingrays; and in the cracks watch out for the moray eels (several species), scorpionfish and crabs.

For experienced divers.

You'll have to go down to 18m to reach the reef, where the wall drops to 25m. This site gets its name from the amount of antique anchors scattered around the site. Groupers, tunas and massive schools of sardines will tag along most of your dives here!

Under the rocks, check out the stingrays; and in the cracks watch out for the moray eels (several species), scorpionfish and crabs.

For experienced divers.

You'll have to go down to 18m to reach the reef, where the wall drops to 25m. ...

Other information

Type of dive site
  • Deep waters
Depth
  • Maximum 30
  • Maximum 40
Visibility
Good
Current
Mild
Required scuba diving level / certification
Advanced - CMAS 2
Boat trip duration
10 mins
Fauna
  • Stingray
  • Other types of stingray
  • Moray eels
  • Tuna
  • Groupers
  • Scorpion fish
  • Cleaner wrasses
  • Anemone
  • Yellow gorgonian fan
Flora
  • Red algae
  • Encrusting algae
  • Coralligenous

The best dive centres to explore Anclas

Punta Amanay Dive Centre

Fuerteventura | Canary Islands
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Punta Amanay Dive Centre

Our opinion on Punta Amanay Dive Centre:

If you're looking for the perfect family vacation, look no further: the Canary Islands is what you need! Punta Amanay dive centre was set up in 1992 by Gegge, Kristof and Sebastian in the village of Corralejo, on the island ...

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