Dive Sites

Diving trips in Jávea

The seabed of Xàbia is a true reflection of the varied topography of its coast (cliffs, islands, reefs, beaches, coves). This, together with the high quality and transparency of its waters, make this Mediterranean enclave an excellent place to practice freediving and scuba diving.

Diving schedule from March to June and from September to November:

During the week, 10:00 and 16:00 and on weekends, 9:30, 12:00, 16:00 and at night.

Diving schedule July and August:

9:30 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m. and at night.

To register for these dives you must have a diving license.

If you do not have a diving license, you can start your course at least Scuba Diver.

If you have a diving license but have not dived in the last 18 months, for your safety you should take a recycling course.

Get ready for your adventure right now by visiting the Jávea Diving Guide.

See opinions of divers who have already dived with us.

Before booking, you can consult the General Contracting Conditions for Activities.

Buceo Cabo la Nao belongs to the Hyperbaric Medical Unit of Castellón where the chamber is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Dive Points

Under L'Escull

Lower Escull - Cabo La Nao

Cave of the Virgin

Cave of the Virgin - Cabo La Nao


Escull - Cabo La Nao

broken stones

Broken Stones - Cabo La Nao

Portitxol North

North Portitxol - Cabo La Nao

Sunken Mountain of L'Escull

Escull Submerged Mountain - Cape La Nao

Cape San Antonio

Immersion Cabo San Antonio - Jávea

South Discoverer Island

Discoverer Island - Cabo La Nao

The Baths

The Hot Springs - Cabo La Nao

black wall

Black Wall - Cabo La Nao

Portitxol West

West Portitxol - Cabo La Nao

Anchor Route

Deep Diving - Cabo La Nao

white cove

Cala Blanca - Cape La Nao

Maria Claudia Island

Maria Claudia Island - Cabo La Nao

Cabo Negro Submerged Mountain

Submerged Mountain Cabo Negro - Cabo La Nao

Neptune Pools

Neptune Pools - Cabo La Nao

Saint Martin South

San Martin South - Cabo La Nao
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