Bucear en El Hierro


This small drop rises until reaching 7 meters of depth from a rocky bottom furrowed by small tongues of lava, with some stains of sand and above of which there are numerous stone blocks. This structure forms a lot of recesses and cracks dissimulated by the abundance of seaweed, feeling like a great place for observing the variety of shallow fauna: old wrasse, abbots, bream, moray eels, blue grouse, spiny drumlins, etc. . It’s also very common the visit of small groups of medregals. This diving doesn’t usually go farther than -25m, although if we go down more we can reach a craggy area with branches of black coral. In this immersion, it’s where it’s located the famous shark Sol- Ray that visits our coast in the summer season.

  • Level: Advanced
  • There are currents: Yes, of low-medium intensity
  • Depth: 30 m
  • Difficulty: Low
  • Sea/Ocean departure from the ship
  • Water Temperature: 19 ° in Winter -23° in Summer
  • Outside temperature: 20º in Winter – 26º in Summer
  • Visibility:High (30m)
  • Bottom: Sand and stone


  • Amberjacks, Groupers, Manta rays, Sharks, Manta rays, Devil rays, Blue megrims
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