Scuba Diving in La Catedral Gran Canaria
- Maximum depth: 40 meters
- Minimum level of certification: AOW + Deep Diver spec
- Entry: Boat
- Average visibility in summer: 30 meters +
- Average visibility in winter: 15 meters +
- Average water temperature in summer: 23 degrees
- Average water temperature in winter: 18 degrees
- Common sightings: Large Groupers
Why is this dive site special?
La Catedral is a dive site for the more experienced diver who is looking for a deeper dive. The conditions can be more challenging for some as the choppy sea in the north and the small rib can create sea sickness and make gearing up potentially challenging.
Just at the limit for the maximum depth for recreational divers if you are looking to go deeper then this is the perfect dive site for you.
Located approximately forty minutes away from our base in Playa del Ingles, it is well worth the journey!
What is the dive like in La Catedral?
La Catedral dive site is home to some of Gran Canaria’s most spectacular landscapes and rock formations of volcanic origin.
An easy giant stride entry and a reference line descent down to the shallowest part of La Catedral allows your guide to choose the most suitable route for you. You will find yourself engulfed in high arches, caverns, caves and nearly every species of large fish common in the waters of Gran Canaria as this video will show you.
What marine life will I see in La Catedral?
After dive activities:
La Catedral is located in the capital of Gran Canaria- Las Palmas. There is plenty of opportunity to go sight seeing or relax on Las Canteras beach should you choose to stay in Las Palmas.
Please feel free to contact with any questions regarding diving La Catedral
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