In the Caleta de Abajo beach, on the north-west coast of the
island and very close to Sardina, divers can find one of the most
spectacular dives on Gran Canaria, Caleta Baja. It is for divers with some experience as a little dexterity is required on entry and exit.
The great diversity of marine life to be found is outstanding, as
much for the variety as for the quantity. Depending on the time of
year and the state of the sea, divers can experience things they
will ever forget and that will be difficult to better such as waltzing
with manta rays or being surprised by a shoal of horse mackerel.
The big cave with its host bank of grunts and the nearby deep
cut are, amongst others, two key features for divers to visit. All
of this, within the chains of sinuous canyons that disappear into
the sandy bed, where white sand is incessantly pounded by the
ocean and gently covers the basking angel sharks and rays.