SEA HORSE DIVING IBIZA AND TRIPADVISOR
We have recently been awarded with the Tripadvisor 2017 and 2018 Certificate of Excellence. We feel that Tripadvisor is an invaluable tool to see what other people thought of us. You can see our Tripadvisor reviews here.
WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO
Everyone has different approaches and priorities when it comes to diving. We are a small friendly family run business where your safety and enjoyment are our main concern. Every dive is lead by one of our highly experienced members of staff so you can get the most out of your diving experience. Being based in Port des Torrent gives us quick access to the Cala d'Hort Marine Nature Reserve which covers a large area off the west coast of Ibiza, and includes 18 islands which provide some of the best diving that the Mediterranean has to offer.
CHECK OUT OUR BEST SNAPS
We've uploaded a few of our best photos so have a look at some of the extraordinary things we've seen in the deep blue around Ibiza. If you take any great photos while you're here, send them to us and we can put them into the gallery.
SEA HORSE DIVING IBIZA A PADI DIVE CENTRE
Sea Horse Diving Ibiza is a PADI dive centre which means we are part of the largest diving organisation in the world. PADI qualifications are recognised world wide so a PADI qualification is your ticket to dive anywhere from Alaska to Australia.
WHAT'S GOING ON?
Doing our part for the enviroment
A few years ago, we started our war on plastic in the sea, picking up what ever debris we could find. This year, we have taken more than 200kg of plastic whilst on our dive trips. Earlier in the season the team took part in an underwater beach clean and contributed to the collection of over 250kg of rubbish in one day and featured in the local newspaper.
During the season we work closely with the Marine Reserve Park Rangers, and report injured marine life, dolphin spottings and abandoned nets to them for action. We have also been campaigning for restrictions to be brought in on net fishing around the forests of soft coral fans that adorn the sides of some of the more remote islands. We aim to stop fishing nets getting entangled on these fragile organisms.