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 Cala Egos

Spain, Balearic, Majorca Cabrera Islands

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 39° 21.536' N
Longitude: 3° 13.486' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Carrer de sa Marina St., Cala Egos

English (Translate this text in English): Carrer de sa Marina St., Cala Egos

Carrer de sa Marina St., Cala Egos

Carrer de sa Marina St., Cala Egos

English (Translate this text in English): Carrer de sa Marina St., Cala Egos

English (Translate this text in English): Carrer de sa Marina St., Cala Egos

English (Translate this text in English): Carrer de sa Marina St., Cala Egos

English (Translate this text in English): Carrer de sa Marina St., Cala Egos

English (Translate this text in English): Carrer de sa Marina St., Cala Egos

How? From shore

Distance Instant access

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 15 m / 49.2 ft

Max depth 24 m / 78.7 ft

Current None

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience 

Bio interest 

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Week crowd 

Week-end crowd 

Dive type

- Wall
- Ambiance

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Night dive
- Dive training
- Snorkeling / Free diving
- Photography

Dangers

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): You can easily park your car in Carrer de Sa Marina street, where you'll find a passage leading to the shore. After a small 50 walk on this alley, you'll find a stairway leading to the water.

They are constructed by the neighbours are leading to cement docks, from which you can easily jump into the water.
This docks have metallic ladder that you can use to get in or out of the water, but the owner use to take them out of the water when the summer season finishes. Out of the summer season, you'll have to climb the rocks to get on the cement docks, and this can be a bit difficult by moderate swell.

You can start the dive when jumping into the water or either swim for about 50 m to the open sea, and when arriving to the cove's end, turn right, SW, and start your dive by following the wall to the SW. Max depth found 24 m.

Interesting wall dive with very big boulders fallen from the cliffs at the bottom, which are amazing passages and lots of shelter for marine life.

When getting far from the wall, the bottom becomes completely flat and is made of sand, so the most beautiful way of diving this site is by following the wall next to the bottom.

Although the cove is very narrow, you may find some boats inside during the summer, so be ware of them

English (Translate this text in English): You can easily park your car in Carrer de Sa Marina street, where you'll find a passage leading to the shore. After a small 50 walk on this alley, you'll find a stairway leading to the water.

They are constructed by the neighbours are leading to cement docks, from which you can easily jump into the water.
This docks have metallic ladder that you can use to get in or out of the water, but the owner use to take them out of the water when the summer season finishes. Out of the summer season, you'll have to climb the rocks to get on the cement docks, and this can be a bit difficult by moderate swell.

You can start the dive when jumping into the water or either swim for about 50 m to the open sea, and when arriving to the cove's end, turn right, SW, and start your dive by following the wall to the SW. Max depth found 24 m.

Interesting wall dive with very big boulders fallen from the cliffs at the bottom, which are amazing passages and lots of shelter for marine life.

When getting far from the wall, the bottom becomes completely flat and is made of sand, so the most beautiful way of diving this site is by following the wall next to the bottom.

Although the cove is very narrow, you may find some boats inside during the summer, so be ware of them

You can easily park your car in Carrer de Sa Marina street, where you'll find a passage leading to the shore. After a small 50 walk on this alley, you'll find a stairway leading to the water.

They are constructed by the neighbours are leading to cement docks, from which you can easily jump into the water.
This docks have metallic ladder that you can use to get in or out of the water, but the owner use to take them out of the water when the summer season finishes. Out of the summer season, you'll have to climb the rocks to get on the cement docks, and this can be a bit difficult by moderate swell.

You can start the dive when jumping into the water or either swim for about 50 m to the open sea, and when arriving to the cove's end, turn right, SW, and start your dive by following the wall to the SW. Max depth found 24 m.

Interesting wall dive with very big boulders fallen from the cliffs at the bottom, which are amazing passages and lots of shelter for marine life.

When getting far from the wall, the bottom becomes completely flat and is made of sand, so the most beautiful way of diving this site is by following the wall next to the bottom.

Although the cove is very narrow, you may find some boats inside during the summer, so be ware of them

English (Translate this text in English): You can easily park your car in Carrer de Sa Marina street, where you'll find a passage leading to the shore. After a small 50 walk on this alley, you'll find a stairway leading to the water.

They are constructed by the neighbours are leading to cement docks, from which you can easily jump into the water.
This docks have metallic ladder that you can use to get in or out of the water, but the owner use to take them out of the water when the summer season finishes. Out of the summer season, you'll have to climb the rocks to get on the cement docks, and this can be a bit difficult by moderate swell.

You can start the dive when jumping into the water or either swim for about 50 m to the open sea, and when arriving to the cove's end, turn right, SW, and start your dive by following the wall to the SW. Max depth found 24 m.

Interesting wall dive with very big boulders fallen from the cliffs at the bottom, which are amazing passages and lots of shelter for marine life.

When getting far from the wall, the bottom becomes completely flat and is made of sand, so the most beautiful way of diving this site is by following the wall next to the bottom.

Although the cove is very narrow, you may find some boats inside during the summer, so be ware of them

English (Translate this text in English): You can easily park your car in Carrer de Sa Marina street, where you'll find a passage leading to the shore. After a small 50 walk on this alley, you'll find a stairway leading to the water.

They are constructed by the neighbours are leading to cement docks, from which you can easily jump into the water.
This docks have metallic ladder that you can use to get in or out of the water, but the owner use to take them out of the water when the summer season finishes. Out of the summer season, you'll have to climb the rocks to get on the cement docks, and this can be a bit difficult by moderate swell.

You can start the dive when jumping into the water or either swim for about 50 m to the open sea, and when arriving to the cove's end, turn right, SW, and start your dive by following the wall to the SW. Max depth found 24 m.

Interesting wall dive with very big boulders fallen from the cliffs at the bottom, which are amazing passages and lots of shelter for marine life.

When getting far from the wall, the bottom becomes completely flat and is made of sand, so the most beautiful way of diving this site is by following the wall next to the bottom.

Although the cove is very narrow, you may find some boats inside during the summer, so be ware of them

English (Translate this text in English): You can easily park your car in Carrer de Sa Marina street, where you'll find a passage leading to the shore. After a small 50 walk on this alley, you'll find a stairway leading to the water.

They are constructed by the neighbours are leading to cement docks, from which you can easily jump into the water.
This docks have metallic ladder that you can use to get in or out of the water, but the owner use to take them out of the water when the summer season finishes. Out of the summer season, you'll have to climb the rocks to get on the cement docks, and this can be a bit difficult by moderate swell.

You can start the dive when jumping into the water or either swim for about 50 m to the open sea, and when arriving to the cove's end, turn right, SW, and start your dive by following the wall to the SW. Max depth found 24 m.

Interesting wall dive with very big boulders fallen from the cliffs at the bottom, which are amazing passages and lots of shelter for marine life.

When getting far from the wall, the bottom becomes completely flat and is made of sand, so the most beautiful way of diving this site is by following the wall next to the bottom.

Although the cove is very narrow, you may find some boats inside during the summer, so be ware of them

English (Translate this text in English): You can easily park your car in Carrer de Sa Marina street, where you'll find a passage leading to the shore. After a small 50 walk on this alley, you'll find a stairway leading to the water.

They are constructed by the neighbours are leading to cement docks, from which you can easily jump into the water.
This docks have metallic ladder that you can use to get in or out of the water, but the owner use to take them out of the water when the summer season finishes. Out of the summer season, you'll have to climb the rocks to get on the cement docks, and this can be a bit difficult by moderate swell.

You can start the dive when jumping into the water or either swim for about 50 m to the open sea, and when arriving to the cove's end, turn right, SW, and start your dive by following the wall to the SW. Max depth found 24 m.

Interesting wall dive with very big boulders fallen from the cliffs at the bottom, which are amazing passages and lots of shelter for marine life.

When getting far from the wall, the bottom becomes completely flat and is made of sand, so the most beautiful way of diving this site is by following the wall next to the bottom.

Although the cove is very narrow, you may find some boats inside during the summer, so be ware of them

English (Translate this text in English): You can easily park your car in Carrer de Sa Marina street, where you'll find a passage leading to the shore. After a small 50 walk on this alley, you'll find a stairway leading to the water.

They are constructed by the neighbours are leading to cement docks, from which you can easily jump into the water.
This docks have metallic ladder that you can use to get in or out of the water, but the owner use to take them out of the water when the summer season finishes. Out of the summer season, you'll have to climb the rocks to get on the cement docks, and this can be a bit difficult by moderate swell.

You can start the dive when jumping into the water or either swim for about 50 m to the open sea, and when arriving to the cove's end, turn right, SW, and start your dive by following the wall to the SW. Max depth found 24 m.

Interesting wall dive with very big boulders fallen from the cliffs at the bottom, which are amazing passages and lots of shelter for marine life.

When getting far from the wall, the bottom becomes completely flat and is made of sand, so the most beautiful way of diving this site is by following the wall next to the bottom.

Although the cove is very narrow, you may find some boats inside during the summer, so be ware of them

English (Translate this text in English): You can easily park your car in Carrer de Sa Marina street, where you'll find a passage leading to the shore. After a small 50 walk on this alley, you'll find a stairway leading to the water.

They are constructed by the neighbours are leading to cement docks, from which you can easily jump into the water.
This docks have metallic ladder that you can use to get in or out of the water, but the owner use to take them out of the water when the summer season finishes. Out of the summer season, you'll have to climb the rocks to get on the cement docks, and this can be a bit difficult by moderate swell.

You can start the dive when jumping into the water or either swim for about 50 m to the open sea, and when arriving to the cove's end, turn right, SW, and start your dive by following the wall to the SW. Max depth found 24 m.

Interesting wall dive with very big boulders fallen from the cliffs at the bottom, which are amazing passages and lots of shelter for marine life.

When getting far from the wall, the bottom becomes completely flat and is made of sand, so the most beautiful way of diving this site is by following the wall next to the bottom.

Although the cove is very narrow, you may find some boats inside during the summer, so be ware of them

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