The Cayman Islands are a British Overseas Territory, situated northwest of Jamaica and south of Cuba, in the western Caribbean Sea. The territory consists of three islands, the Grand Cayman, the Cayman Brac and the Little Cayman. George Town is the capital, located on Grand Cayman, the largest of the three islands. All of the islands enjoy a tropical marine climate, with hot summers and dry, cool winters. This tropical paradise provides a variety of sporting activities to all water enthusiasts.
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Scuba Diving in Mojacar, Almeria, Andalusia Spain
Water sports enthusiasts will love the Mojacar Playa, with its blue water, pebble seaside and the blueflag, all year warm water beaches. Temperatures vary with colder months January to February (8–10°C/46.4–50°F) and warmest between July and August (21–30°C/69.8–86°F). Water temperature during summer is quite warm, about 20–22°C/68–71.6°F.
Mojacar wave size is small, reaching maximum 1 m/3 ft. With clear visibility water Mojacar is the ideal spot for diving. Enjoy the huge fish variety, from ocean sunfish and eels to barracudas and eagle rays. Explore coral reefs, sea slopes and ship wrecks. Be aware of the strong currents, don’t go deep inside if inexperienced or without a certified instructor.
For the scuba diving beginners there are a lot of training schools and shops, where you can get all the equipment you need. There are also organized diving trips with boats, exploring the nearby coasts and dive spots. Divers will be astonished by this Mediterranean underwater paradise.