This post was inspired by the submission of one of our followers.
One of our followers suggested the following video of her scuba diving vacation with friends on Costa Brava Spain. I found the video to be awesome. As a result, I was inspired to do a some research about the diving offered in the Mediterranean Sea off Costa Brava after seeing what looks like a great diving experience … here is a little of what I found:
Costa Brava, this enchanting name refers to the Catalan coast that face the Mediterranean Sea for 256 kilometers. It starts from the French border and extends as far as Blanes, at the river Tordera. This coastline offers a wide range of diving sites from many cities such as Roses, Barcelona, Escala, Estartit, Palamos, Tossa de Mar, Mataro and Sant Feliu de Guíxols. These places of tourist interest during the summer period also attract divers who are curious to discover the aquatic richness of its waters and the typical reliefs of the Mediterranean. Diving spots are often accessible by boat because of their location along the coast, in creeks, around uninhabited rocky islets or near steep cliffs. There are no less than 4 natural reserves on the Costa Brava, three of which are open to scuba divers.