Scuba Mallorca

Keywords :
Balearics
Date added :
2015-03-31 21:58:49
Tel./Fax :
+34 971 868087/+34 615 875609
Address :
Scuba Mallorca Carrer dElcano 23 07470 Port de Pollença Mallorca Spain
About :
Scuba Mallorca was started in 2000 to fill the need for quality diving in the Bay of Pollensa. After all this time, we have seen many dive centres come and go, but we are still here making us the oldest and most established dive centre in the whole of the north of the island. We offer boat dives every day, PADI courses from beginner to pro and supply all your equipment needs. Not only are we a PADI 5 Star IDC centre, but we have a full service dive shop, professional and friendly staff, equipment technician and multi-lingual instructors. We are British owned and run, but have strong ties to the local Spanish community and are dedicated to serving the worlds divers visiting Mallorca. Scuba Mallorca is located in the small and still traditional village of Port de Pollença. You wont find the hustle and bustle of the big city or the wild and craziness of Magaluf here. What you will find is simply beauty and tranquility. Port de Pollença is located in the north of the island, in the Bahía de Pollença. It is approximately 1 hour drive from the Palma airport which goes very quickly with the motorway. The bay area is surrounded by mountains offering great hikes above the water and fantastic dive sites below the water. If you are not up to a hike, then a stroll through the town square or along the famous Pine Walk may be the answer or sit by the bay and watch the sea plane practice its manoeuvres. Youll find many a bird watcher and cyclist here and for the archaeologist there is plenty to discover. The area offers an abundance of water sports as well as great restaurants and accommodation, and for those who just want to relax, the beaches are exceptional. "Captain Haddock" is our speed boat reaching speeds of over 50 knots (80 kpm). Captain Haddock will get you to and from the dive site quickly (for those of you who are worried about sea sickness).