The Museo Atlántico is an artificial reef made up of pH neutral cement sculptures. Located between -12 meters and -15 meters it has been designed to encourage endemic marine life to flourish in the area. Angel sharks, schools of barracuda and sardines, octopus and butterfly rays can be seen at this site.
The Harbour Wreck, is a 25 meters long purposefully sunk steel transport vessel which rests between -12 and -20 meters deep. She lies mainly on her starboard side just below Puerto del Carmen’s harbour wall. Though there since the mid 1980’s, aside from her wooded deck having broken down, she is well preserved.
The Lava Tubes were formed around 20,000 years ago as a result of a volcanic eruption. Huge lava fields once flowed from the volcanic interior down into the ocean to form an absolutely stunning volcanic underwater environment; providing tunnels, caves and impressive rock formations.
The Blue Hole (Agujero Azul) is one of the most famous dives in Puerto del Carmen.
It is an impressive 7 meters long tunnel which has its entrance at -22 meters and its exit at -27 meters. Home to at least one grouper that we know of, barracudas, stingrays and angel sharks can also be seen on this dive.