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Located in the north of Lanzarote, the Archipelago  Chinijo is made up of four islets (Alegranza, Montaña Clara, Roque del Este and Roque del Oeste) and the island of La Graciosa.

The entire Chinijo Archipelago together with the northern part of the island of Lanzarote form the marine reserve of La Graciosa and Islotes del Norte de Lanzarote.


It is the largest marine reserve in Europe. 

That is why it is one of the best diving spots in Europe.

Dive Sites in La Graciosa

La burrera.


Level: Open Water

Minimum depth: 18 meters.
Maximum depth: 25 meters.
Access: By boat.
About the dive:  Considered one of the best dives in the Canary Islands.

A spectacular labyrinth of rock with arches, columns, and ledges that are home to an amazing abundance of life.


It has a maximum depth of 25 meters. 

The most special thing about this dive is the spectacular shoal of Striped Grunts that give it its name.

Veril de Las Anclas.


Level: Open Water.
Minimum depth:  15 meters.
Maximum depth: 21 meters.
Access: By boat. 

About the dive:  One of the 3 dives that you can do at "Veril de las Agujas". 

A rock wall that crosses the sea river between Lanzarote and La Graciosa.

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Its walls, eroded by the currents, give refuge to many marine species: Sting Rays, Red Hogfish, Island Grouper, Parrotfish, and it is one of the few places where you can observe the Brown Meagre.

It also has an added historical value due to the number of old anchors found at the bottom.

Las Langostas Reef.


Level: Open Water

Minimum depth: 14 meters.
Maximum depth: 20 meters.
Access: By boat.
About the dive:  
Another of the dives that can be made in the Veril de las Agujas.

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The rock eroded by the currents has formed hollows and nooks and crannies where we can find the so-called Canarian Lobster, which gives it its name.


You can also observe the large barracudas, which chase the shoals of Bogues, Streapped Seabreams, and Bastard Grunts, offering quite a spectacle.

Montaña Amarilla


Level: Open Water.
Minimum depth:  0 meters.
Maximum depth: 20 meters.
Access: By boat. 

About the dive:  The dive consists of a journey through an underwater platform that offers us the typical landscape of the Chinijo Archipelago.

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We find a very interesting area called "El Pasillo de la Cocina" (The Kitchen Corridor) made up of corridors, caves, and arches where we can find Atlantic Brown, Giant Anemones, Sting Rays, Eagle Rays, and even the spectacular Bull Ray.

Choose the dive package that suits you best and come to dive in Lanzarote.

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We do two dives per day in the mornings. 
Book on the day you want to do the first 2 dives. 
Once you get here, we will plan the rest of the dives with you.

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Make your booking today and don't worry about anything else.


We understand that many things can happen, and even more so in these current times.


So don't worry and book your dives with full confidence.

You can cancel up to 24 hours before the booking date, and we will refund 100% of the amount you have paid.

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