The enormous tubes from a submarine outfall, that are lost in the immensity of the platform, serve as a fountain of life and refuge in this strange and well frequented dive. It is, without a doubt, a different place that adds variety to the wide array of options already available in Lanzarote.
The contrast between the rock and the sand gives the opportunity to see species from both environments at a depth less than 20 m. This fact, along with excellent ocean conditions that characterizes the area, offers an especially comfortable dive.
The outfall tubes show the route in and the route out. The area closest to the coast is rock, where the ever present diadema urchin or the striking spider crab thrive.
The rock ends at a small cliff where dusky grouper, moray, island grouper and the majority of fauna that are characteristic of the Canaries reside. The cliff falls down to the sand where it is easy to see angel sharks and stingrays and even those friendly wide-eyed flounder – fish that are obviously related to the bastard sole.
Total duration: 3 hours
Area: Playa blanca
Depth: 16- 18.
Time: Morning or afternoon
Water temperature: 17º-24º
Visibility: ± 20 m.
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