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Palma nova weather in may: Average weather May in Palmanova, Spain

Опубликовано: April 30, 2021 в 11:12 am

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Palmanova, Spain weather in May: average temperature & climate

Historical temperature average in May

In Palmanova, Spain

69°F

highs

63°F

lows

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General weather summary

Mildly cool with a gentle breeze

Feels like

8%

Daily chance of prec.

0.032 in

Amount

11.1 mph

Wind speed

68%

Humidity

14.3 hrs

Daylight length

6:36am

Sunrise

8:55pm

Sunset

62%

Cloud cover

T-shirt

What to wear

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What is the average temperature in May

The average temperature in Palmanova in May for a typical day ranges from a high of 69°F (20°C) and a low of 63°F (17°C). Some would describe it as mildly cool with a gentle breeze.

For comparison, the hottest month in Palmanova, August, has days with highs of 84°F (29°C) and lows of 77°F (25°C). The coldest month, February has days with highs of 57°F (14°C) and lows of 52°F (11°C). This graph shows how an average day looks like in Palmanova in May based on historical data.

Highs and lows in Palmanova in May

How much does it rain in May

In Palmanova in May, there’s a 8% chance of rain on an average day. And on the average day it rains or snows, we get 0.00 in (0.1 mm) of precipitation. In more common terms of how much that is, some would describe it as not rainy at all.

The wettest month in Palmanova is November with a 21% chance of precipitation on a typical day and gets 0.04 inches (0.9 mm) of precipitation, while the dryest month in Palmanova is July with a 1.8% chance of precipitation on a typical day and gets 0.04 inches (0.9 mm) of precipitation. These graphs show the probability of it raining/snowing in May and the amount of rainfall.

Chance of rain or snow on an average Palmanova day by month

Average precipitation by hour of day

How cloudy is Palmanova in May

The average amount of time that the sky is clear or sunny (partly cloudy or less) in Palmanova during May is 14.8 hours (62% of the day). For comparison, the day with the most clear, sunny days in Palmanova is July with 20.5 hours while November has the shortest amount of cloud-free hours of only 13.3 hours. This graph shows the average amount of sunshine in Palmanova in May based on historical data.

Monthly clear skies percent of time in Palmanova

When is the sunrise and sunset in May

The average day in Palmanova during May has 14.3 hours of daylight, with sunrise at 6:36 am and sunset at 8:55 pm.

The day with the longest amount of daylight in Palmanova is June 17th with 15.0 hours while December 23rd has the shortest amount of daylight of only 9.4 hours.

This graph shows the average amount of daylight in Palmanova in May based on historical data.

Average hours of daylight in Palmanova by month

How humid is it in May

In May, Palmanova is moderately humid with an average amount of 68% (relative humidity), which could be described as humid but cool. March has the highest relative humidity at 72% and is the least humid in July at 62%. This graph shows the average amount of humidity in Palmanova throughout May based on historical data.

Average relative humidity in Palmanova by month

How windy is it in May in Palmanova

Historically, the wind in Palmanova during May blows at an average speed of 11.1 mph (17.8 kph). The windiest month is February with an average wind speed of 15.3 mph (24.7 kph), while the calmest month is July with an average wind speed of 9.2 mph (14.8 kph). This graph shows the average wind speed in Palmanova in May based on historical data.

Average monthly wind speed in Palmanova

What to wear in May

With an average high of 69°F (20°C) and a low of 63°F (17°C), it generally feels mildly cool with a gentle breeze. With that in mind, most people would dress in something light like your favorite t-shirt.

What’s the weather like in Palmanova the rest of the year?

We’ve collected the weather data for Palmanova during all other months of the year too:

  • Weather in Palmanova in January
  • Weather in Palmanova in February
  • Weather in Palmanova in March
  • Weather in Palmanova in April
  • Weather in Palmanova in June
  • Weather in Palmanova in July
  • Weather in Palmanova in August
  • Weather in Palmanova in September
  • Weather in Palmanova in October
  • Weather in Palmanova in November
  • Weather in Palmanova in December

Where does this data come from?

Weather data for Palmanova was collected from the MERRA-2 project from NASA, which used a climate model combined with historical data from weather stations around the world to estimate what the conditions were like for every point on the Earth.

For all data based on historical data, we’ve averaged the data from the past 11 years (2010-2020). For example, for the hourly temperature at 10am, we’ve looked at the temperature at 10am on every day in May (e.g., May 1, May 2, etc. in 2010, 2011, etc.) and took the arithmetic mean. We did not smooth the data, so for example, our daily temperature line will have some randomness due to the fact that weather is random in the first place.

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Palma Nova (Spain) weather – Met Office

Sunny.

Clear.

Sunny intervals.

Sunny changing to cloudy by lunchtime.

Sunny changing to light showers in the afternoon.

Sunny intervals.

Light showers changing to clear by early evening.

Time 13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00 21:00 22:00 23:00
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Chance of precipitation <5% <5% <5% <5% <5% <5% <5% <5% <5% <5% <5%

Temperature
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Wind direction and speed
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Wind direction and speed in miles per hour

NE
8

ENE
8

ENE
8

ENE
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ENE
9

ENE
9

ENE
9

ENE
9

ENE
9

ENE
8

NE
7

Wind gust in miles per hour 18 19 19 20 20 19 18 16 15 14 12

Visibility
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Visibility VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG
Humidity 38% 33% 32% 32% 31% 36% 40% 45% 51% 56% 62%
UV 6 7 5 4 2 2 1
Time 00:00 01:00 02:00 03:00 04:00 05:00 06:00 07:00 08:00 09:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00 21:00 22:00 23:00
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Temperature
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Wind direction and speed
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Wind direction and speed in miles per hour

NE
7

NE
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5

NNE
4

NNE
4

NNE
4

NNE
4

NNE
4

NE
4

NE
4

NE
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NE
4

S
5

SW
5

SW
6

SW
6

SW
7

SW
6

SSW
6

SSW
6

S
5

S
5

SE
5

Wind gust in miles per hour 11 10 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 8 9 10 12 14 16 16 17 17 15 13 11 10 10 9

Visibility
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Visibility VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG
Humidity 64% 67% 69% 71% 73% 75% 76% 77% 78% 68% 58% 47% 44% 41% 38% 40% 42% 44% 49% 54% 59% 62% 64% 67%
UV 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 5 4 2 2 1
Time 00:00 01:00 02:00 05:00 08:00 11:00 14:00 17:00 20:00 23:00
Weather symbol
Chance of precipitation <5% <5% <5% <5% <5% <5% <5% 10% <5% <5%

Temperature
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Wind direction and speed
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Wind direction and speed in miles per hour

SSE
4

ENE
4

ENE
4

NE
4

ENE
5

E
4

S
6

S
7

SSE
6

ESE
7

Wind gust in miles per hour 9 8 8 8 9 11 16 16 11 12

Visibility
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Visibility VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG
Humidity 70% 73% 76% 79% 82% 56% 47% 51% 58% 67%
UV 1 4 5 2
Time 02:00 05:00 08:00 11:00 14:00 17:00 20:00 23:00
Weather symbol
Chance of precipitation 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 40% 10% 10%

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mph
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Wind direction and speed in miles per hour

SE
7

NE
7

NE
6

NE
6

W
4

SW
5

SSE
5

ENE
7

Wind gust in miles per hour 12 13 10 13 11 14 10 12

Visibility
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Visibility VG VG G VG VG G VG VG
Humidity 74% 78% 82% 63% 54% 59% 67% 72%
UV 1 4 5 2
Time 02:00 05:00 08:00 11:00 14:00 17:00 20:00 23:00
Weather symbol
Chance of precipitation <5% <5% <5% 10% 10% 40% 10% <5%

Temperature
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Wind direction and speed in miles per hour

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6

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7

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7

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6

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7

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8

Wind gust in miles per hour 11 11 12 15 15 13 11 13

Visibility
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Visibility VG VG VG VG VG VG VG VG
Humidity 76% 81% 84% 62% 56% 59% 67% 76%
UV 1 4 5 2
Time 02:00 05:00 08:00 11:00 14:00 17:00 20:00 23:00
Weather symbol
Chance of precipitation 10% <5% <5% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10%

Temperature
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Temperature in degrees Celsius

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Wind direction and speed
mph
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Wind direction and speed in miles per hour

ESE
8

ESE
8

E
8

SSE
8

S
10

SSW
9

ESE
7

ESE
7

Wind gust in miles per hour 13 13 14 16 20 18 12 12

Visibility
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Visibility VG VG VG VG G VG VG VG
Humidity 81% 82% 84% 63% 58% 59% 69% 78%
UV 1 4 5 2
Time 02:00 05:00 08:00 11:00 14:00 17:00 20:00 23:00
Weather symbol
Chance of precipitation 10% 10% 40% 40% 60% 50% 10% 10%

Temperature
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Temperature in degrees Celsius

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Wind direction and speed in miles per hour

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Wind gust in miles per hour 12 12 12 17 23 20 17 16

Visibility
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Visibility VG G G G G G G VG
Humidity 81% 84% 86% 78% 71% 72% 76% 79%
UV 1 3 4 1

Palmanova, IB 10-Day Weather Forecast – The Weather Channel

As of 12:29 pm CEST

Today

78°/60°

SunnySunny

Rain

0%

Wind

ESE

10 mph

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Mon 19 | Day

78°

Sunny

Wind

ESE

10 mph

Plentiful sunshine. High 78F. Winds ESE at 10 to 15 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity41%

  • UV Level

    UV Index7 of 10

  • Sun Rise

    Sunrise7:34 am

  • Sunset

    Sunset7:52 pm

Mon 19 | Night

60°

Clear Night

Wind

NE

7 mph

Clear skies. Low around 60F. Winds NE at 5 to 10 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity58%

  • UV Level

    UV Index0 of 10

  • Moon Rise

    Moonrise12:50 am

    Moon Phase – Day 23

    Waning Crescent

  • Moon Set

    Moonset4:42 pm

Tue 20

78°/62°

SunnySunny

Rain

5%

Wind

NW

9 mph

Arrow Down

Tue 20 | Day

78°

Sunny

Wind

NW

9 mph

A mainly sunny sky. High 78F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity52%

  • UV Level

    UV Index6 of 10

  • Sun Rise

    Sunrise7:35 am

  • Sunset

    Sunset7:50 pm

Tue 20 | Night

62°

Mostly Clear Night

Wind

NNE

7 mph

Partly cloudy. Low 62F. Winds NNE at 5 to 10 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity69%

  • UV Level

    UV Index0 of 10

  • Moon Rise

    Moonrise1:45 am

    Moon Phase – Day 24

    Waning Crescent

  • Moon Set

    Moonset5:25 pm

Wed 21

76°/63°

Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy

Rain

15%

Wind

SSE

9 mph

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Wed 21 | Day

76°

Partly Cloudy

Wind

SSE

9 mph

Partly cloudy skies. High 76F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity61%

  • UV Level

    UV Index6 of 10

  • Sun Rise

    Sunrise7:36 am

  • Sunset

    Sunset7:48 pm

Wed 21 | Night

63°

Scattered Showers

Wind

ENE

6 mph

Partly cloudy skies early followed by some light rain later at night. Low 63F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 70%.

  • Humidity

    Humidity68%

  • UV Level

    UV Index0 of 10

  • Moon Rise

    Moonrise2:44 am

    Moon Phase – Day 25

    Waning Crescent

  • Moon Set

    Moonset6:02 pm

Thu 22

74°/62°

Scattered ShowersLight Rain

Rain

72%

Wind

N

8 mph

Arrow Down

Thu 22 | Day

74°

Scattered Showers

Wind

N

8 mph

Cloudy with periods of light rain. High 74F. Winds N at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 70%.

  • Humidity

    Humidity64%

  • UV Level

    UV Index6 of 10

  • Sun Rise

    Sunrise7:37 am

  • Sunset

    Sunset7:47 pm

Thu 22 | Night

62°

Partly Cloudy Night

Wind

NE

7 mph

Partly cloudy skies. Low 62F. Winds NE at 5 to 10 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity69%

  • UV Level

    UV Index0 of 10

  • Moon Rise

    Moonrise3:46 am

    Moon Phase – Day 26

    Waning Crescent

  • Moon Set

    Moonset6:33 pm

Fri 23

74°/62°

Scattered ShowersShowers

Rain

59%

Wind

SE

10 mph

Arrow Down

Fri 23 | Day

74°

Scattered Showers

Wind

SE

10 mph

Overcast with rain showers at times. High 74F. Winds SE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 60%.

  • Humidity

    Humidity64%

  • UV Level

    UV Index6 of 10

  • Sun Rise

    Sunrise7:38 am

  • Sunset

    Sunset7:45 pm

Fri 23 | Night

62°

Thunderstorm

Wind

ESE

7 mph

Partly cloudy with late night showers or thunderstorms. Low 62F. Winds ESE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 50%.

  • Humidity

    Humidity72%

  • UV Level

    UV Index0 of 10

  • Moon Rise

    Moonrise4:49 am

    Moon Phase – Day 27

    Waning Crescent

  • Moon Set

    Moonset7:00 pm

Sat 24

75°/63°

ThunderstormThunderstorms

Rain

74%

Wind

SSE

13 mph

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Sat 24 | Day

75°

Thunderstorm

Wind

SSE

13 mph

Thunderstorms likely. High near 75F. Winds SSE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 70%.

  • Humidity

    Humidity65%

  • UV Level

    UV Index6 of 10

  • Sun Rise

    Sunrise7:39 am

  • Sunset

    Sunset7:44 pm

Sat 24 | Night

63°

Thunderstorm

Wind

NE

9 mph

Thunderstorms. Low 63F. Winds NE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 80%.

  • Humidity

    Humidity77%

  • UV Level

    UV Index0 of 10

  • Moon Rise

    Moonrise5:53 am

    Moon Phase – Day 28

    Waning Crescent

  • Moon Set

    Moonset7:25 pm

Sun 25

72°/62°

ThunderstormThunderstorms

Rain

76%

Wind

SW

16 mph

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Sun 25 | Day

72°

Thunderstorm

Wind

SW

16 mph

Thunderstorms likely. High 72F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 80%.

  • Humidity

    Humidity74%

  • UV Level

    UV Index6 of 10

  • Sun Rise

    Sunrise7:40 am

  • Sunset

    Sunset7:42 pm

Sun 25 | Night

62°

Thunderstorm

Wind

WSW

11 mph

Thunderstorms likely in the evening. Then a chance of scattered thunderstorms later on. Low 62F. Winds WSW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 70%.

  • Humidity

    Humidity74%

  • UV Level

    UV Index0 of 10

  • Moon Rise

    Moonrise6:57 am

    Moon Phase – Day 29

    New Moon

  • Moon Set

    Moonset7:48 pm

Mon 26

73°/63°

Scattered ThunderstormsAM Thunderstorms

Rain

52%

Wind

W

15 mph

Arrow Down

Mon 26 | Day

73°

Scattered Thunderstorms

Wind

W

15 mph

Scattered thunderstorms in the morning. Partly cloudy skies late. High 73F. Winds W at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 50%.

  • Humidity

    Humidity63%

  • UV Level

    UV Index6 of 10

  • Sun Rise

    Sunrise7:41 am

  • Sunset

    Sunset7:40 pm

Mon 26 | Night

63°

Thunderstorm

Wind

W

10 mph

Partly cloudy with late night showers or thunderstorms. Low 63F. Winds W at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 40%.

  • Humidity

    Humidity68%

  • UV Level

    UV Index0 of 10

  • Moon Rise

    Moonrise8:01 am

    Moon Phase – Day 0

    New Moon

  • Moon Set

    Moonset8:11 pm

Tue 27

73°/62°

Scattered ShowersAM Showers

Rain

39%

Wind

WNW

16 mph

Arrow Down

Tue 27 | Day

73°

Scattered Showers

Wind

WNW

16 mph

Rain showers early with some sunshine later in the day. High 73F. Winds WNW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 40%.

  • Humidity

    Humidity61%

  • UV Level

    UV Index6 of 10

  • Sun Rise

    Sunrise7:42 am

  • Sunset

    Sunset7:39 pm

Tue 27 | Night

62°

Partly Cloudy Night

Wind

WNW

12 mph

Partly cloudy. Low 62F. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity66%

  • UV Level

    UV Index0 of 10

  • Moon Rise

    Moonrise9:08 am

    Moon Phase – Day 1

    Waxing Crescent

  • Moon Set

    Moonset8:35 pm

Wed 28

72°/62°

Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy

Rain

24%

Wind

WNW

16 mph

Arrow Down

Wed 28 | Day

72°

Partly Cloudy

Wind

WNW

16 mph

Partly cloudy. High 72F. Winds WNW at 10 to 20 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity59%

  • UV Level

    UV Index6 of 10

  • Sun Rise

    Sunrise7:43 am

  • Sunset

    Sunset7:37 pm

Wed 28 | Night

62°

Partly Cloudy Night

Wind

WNW

11 mph

A few clouds from time to time. Low 62F. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity63%

  • UV Level

    UV Index0 of 10

  • Moon Rise

    Moonrise10:16 am

    Moon Phase – Day 2

    Waxing Crescent

  • Moon Set

    Moonset9:03 pm

Thu 29

72°/62°

Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy

Rain

24%

Wind

W

15 mph

Arrow Down

Thu 29 | Day

72°

Partly Cloudy

Wind

W

15 mph

Sunshine and clouds mixed. High 72F. Winds W at 10 to 20 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity60%

  • UV Level

    UV Index6 of 10

  • Sun Rise

    Sunrise7:44 am

  • Sunset

    Sunset7:35 pm

Thu 29 | Night

62°

Scattered Thunderstorms Night

Wind

W

10 mph

Partly to mostly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms. Low 62F. Winds W at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 40%.

  • Humidity

    Humidity67%

  • UV Level

    UV Index0 of 10

  • Moon Rise

    Moonrise11:27 am

    Moon Phase – Day 3

    Waxing Crescent

  • Moon Set

    Moonset9:35 pm

Fri 30

73°/62°

Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy

Rain

24%

Wind

WSW

15 mph

Arrow Down

Fri 30 | Day

73°

Partly Cloudy

Wind

WSW

15 mph

Partly cloudy. High 73F. Winds WSW at 10 to 20 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity61%

  • UV Level

    UV Index6 of 10

  • Sun Rise

    Sunrise7:44 am

  • Sunset

    Sunset7:34 pm

Fri 30 | Night

62°

Scattered Thunderstorms Night

Wind

W

11 mph

Variable clouds with a slight chance of thunderstorms overnight. Low 62F. Winds W at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 30%.

  • Humidity

    Humidity67%

  • UV Level

    UV Index0 of 10

  • Moon Rise

    Moonrise12:40 pm

    Moon Phase – Day 4

    Waxing Crescent

  • Moon Set

    Moonset10:13 pm

Sat 01

73°/62°

Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy

Rain

24%

Wind

W

15 mph

Arrow Down

Sat 01 | Day

73°

Partly Cloudy

Wind

W

15 mph

Partly cloudy skies. High 73F. Winds W at 10 to 20 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity61%

  • UV Level

    UV Index5 of 10

  • Sun Rise

    Sunrise7:45 am

  • Sunset

    Sunset7:32 pm

Sat 01 | Night

62°

Partly Cloudy Night

Wind

NW

10 mph

Partly cloudy. Low 62F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity69%

  • UV Level

    UV Index0 of 10

  • Moon Rise

    Moonrise1:53 pm

    Moon Phase – Day 5

    Waxing Crescent

  • Moon Set

    Moonset11:01 pm

Sun 02

73°/62°

Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy

Rain

24%

Wind

W

11 mph

Arrow Down

Sun 02 | Day

73°

Partly Cloudy

Wind

W

11 mph

Partly cloudy. High 73F. Winds W at 10 to 15 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity62%

  • UV Level

    UV Index6 of 10

  • Sun Rise

    Sunrise7:46 am

  • Sunset

    Sunset7:31 pm

Sun 02 | Night

62°

Partly Cloudy Night

Wind

NW

8 mph

Partly cloudy. Low 62F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity70%

  • UV Level

    UV Index0 of 10

  • Moon Rise

    Moonrise3:01 pm

    Moon Phase – Day 7

    First Quarter

  • Moon Set

    Moonset11:59 pm

Mon 03

74°/63°

Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy

Rain

24%

Wind

W

11 mph

Arrow Down

Mon 03 | Day

74°

Partly Cloudy

Wind

W

11 mph

Intervals of clouds and sunshine. High 74F. Winds W at 10 to 15 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity63%

  • UV Level

    UV Index6 of 10

  • Sun Rise

    Sunrise7:47 am

  • Sunset

    Sunset7:29 pm

Mon 03 | Night

63°

Partly Cloudy Night

Wind

NNW

7 mph

Partly cloudy. Low 63F. Winds NNW at 5 to 10 mph.

  • Humidity

    Humidity71%

  • UV Level

    UV Index0 of 10

  • Moon Rise

    Moonrise4:01 pm

    Moon Phase – Day 8

    Waxing Gibbous

  • Moon Set

    Moonset–

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Weather Palmanova in May 2023: Temperature & Climate


Are you planning a holiday with hopefully nice weather in Palmanova in May 2023? Here you can find all information about the weather in Palmanova in May:

  • >>Overview: Palmanova Weather and Climate in May
  • >>Palmanova weather by month // weather averages
  • >>Palmanova weather in May // weather averages
  • >>Current temperature and weather forecast for Palmanova





Palmanova weather by month // weather averages

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  Avg. Temperature °C (°F) Min. Temperature °C (°F) Max. Temperature °C (°F) Precipitation / Rainfall mm (in) Humidity (%) Rainy days (d) avg. Sun hours (hours)
January

3.7

(38.6)

0.5

(32.9)

7.3

(45.2)

80

(3.1)

74&percnt; 6 5.0
February

4.6

(40.3)

0.9

(33.7)

8.6

(47.5)

83

(3.3)

72&percnt; 6 6.0
March

8.1

(46.6)

3.6

(38.6)

12.4

(54.3)

95

(3.7)

72&percnt; 7 7.0
April

12.3

(54.2)

7.5

(45.5)

16.6

(61.9)

113

(4. 4)

71&percnt; 9 9.0
May

16.8

(62.2)

11.9

(53.5)

20.8

(69.5)

117

(4.6)

72&percnt; 9 11.0
June

21.1

(69.9)

16.1

(61)

25.1

(77.2)

99

(3.9)

69&percnt; 9 12.0
July

23.2

(73.8)

18.3

(64.9)

27.4

(81.3)

83

(3.3)

66&percnt; 8 13.0
August

23.1

(73.6)

18.5

(65.3)

27.4

(81.4)

94

(3.7)

65&percnt; 7 11.0
September

18.4

(65.2)

14. 4

(57.9)

22.5

(72.6)

155

(6.1)

71&percnt; 8 9.0
October

14.1

(57.3)

10.7

(51.2)

17.7

(63.8)

175

(6.9)

75&percnt; 8 6.0
November

9.2

(48.6)

6.2

(43.2)

12.5

(54.6)

183

(7.2)

76&percnt; 9 5.0
December

4.7

(40.5)

1.6

(34.8)

8.5

(47.2)

100

(3.9)

74&percnt; 7 5.0
  January February March April May June July August September October November December
Avg. Temperature °C (°F)

3.7 °C

(38.6) °F

4.6 °C

(40.3) °F

8.1 °C

(46.6) °F

12.3 °C

(54.2) °F

16.8 °C

(62.2) °F

21.1 °C

(69.9) °F

23.2 °C

(73.8) °F

23.1 °C

(73.6) °F

18.4 °C

(65.2) °F

14.1 °C

(57.3) °F

9.2 °C

(48.6) °F

4.7 °C

(40.5) °F

Min. Temperature °C (°F)

0.5 °C

(32.9) °F

0.9 °C

(33.7) °F

3.6 °C

(38.6) °F

7.5 °C

(45.5) °F

11.9 °C

(53.5) °F

16.1 °C

(61) °F

18.3 °C

(64.9) °F

18.5 °C

(65.3) °F

14.4 °C

(57.9) °F

10.7 °C

(51.2) °F

6. 2 °C

(43.2) °F

1.6 °C

(34.8) °F

Max. Temperature °C (°F)

7.3 °C

(45.2) °F

8.6 °C

(47.5) °F

12.4 °C

(54.3) °F

16.6 °C

(61.9) °F

20.8 °C

(69.5) °F

25.1 °C

(77.2) °F

27.4 °C

(81.3) °F

27.4 °C

(81.4) °F

22.5 °C

(72.6) °F

17.7 °C

(63.8) °F

12.5 °C

(54.6) °F

8.5 °C

(47.2) °F

Precipitation / Rainfall mm (in)

80

(3)

83

(3)

95

(3)

113

(4)

117

(4)

99

(3)

83

(3)

94

(3)

155

(6)

175

(6)

183

(7)

100

(3)

Humidity(%) 74&percnt; 72&percnt; 72&percnt; 71&percnt; 72&percnt; 69&percnt; 66&percnt; 65&percnt; 71&percnt; 75&percnt; 76&percnt; 74&percnt;
Rainy days (d) 6 6 7 9 9 9 8 7 8 9 9 7
avg. Sun hours (hours) 5.3 6.3 7.4 9.4 10.9 12.5 12.6 11.5 9.1 6.4 5.1 5.3

Data: 1991 – 2021 Min. Temperature °C (°F), Max. Temperature °C (°F), Precipitation / Rainfall mm (in), Humidity, Rainy days.
Data: 1999 – 2019: avg. Sun hours

Palmanova weather and climate for further months

Palmanova in January

Palmanova in February

Palmanova in March

Palmanova in April

Palmanova in June

Palmanova in July

Palmanova in August

Palmanova in September

Palmanova in October

Palmanova in November

Palmanova in December


Palmanova weather in May // weather averages

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Temperature (°C) | (°F) Temperature max. (°C) | (°F) Temperature min. (°C) | (°F) Precipitation / Rainfall (mm) | (inch. )
1. May 15 °C | 59 °F 19 °C | 67 °F 10 °C | 50 °F 0.8 mm | 0.0 inch.
2. May 15 °C | 59 °F 19 °C | 67 °F 11 °C | 51 °F 1.6 mm | 0.1 inch.
3. May 15 °C | 60 °F 20 °C | 67 °F 11 °C | 52 °F 2.3 mm | 0.1 inch.
4. May 16 °C | 60 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 11 °C | 51 °F 3.1 mm | 0.1 inch.
5. May 15 °C | 59 °F 19 °C | 66 °F 11 °C | 51 °F 3.5 mm | 0.1 inch.
6. May 15 °C | 59 °F 19 °C | 67 °F 10 °C | 50 °F 2.0 mm | 0.1 inch.
7. May 16 °C | 60 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 10 °C | 50 °F 1.8 mm | 0.1 inch.
8. May 16 °C | 60 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 11 °C | 51 °F 2.1 mm | 0.1 inch.
9. May 16 °C | 61 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 11 °C | 51 °F 2.2 mm | 0.1 inch.
10. May 16 °C | 61 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 11 °C | 52 °F 3.2 mm | 0.1 inch.
11. May 17 °C | 62 °F 20 °C | 69 °F 12 °C | 53 °F 3.2 mm | 0.1 inch.
12. May 17 °C | 62 °F 20 °C | 69 °F 12 °C | 54 °F 2.8 mm | 0.1 inch.
13. May 17 °C | 62 °F 21 °C | 69 °F 12 °C | 54 °F 1.7 mm | 0.1 inch.
14. May 16 °C | 61 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 12 °C | 53 °F 2.3 mm | 0.1 inch.
15. May 16 °C | 61 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 12 °C | 53 °F 4.0 mm | 0.2 inch.
16. May 16 °C | 61 °F 20 °C | 69 °F 11 °C | 53 °F 3.1 mm | 0.1 inch.
17. May 16 °C | 62 °F 20 °C | 69 °F 12 °C | 53 °F 1. 7 mm | 0.1 inch.
18. May 17 °C | 63 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 12 °C | 53 °F 2.8 mm | 0.1 inch.
19. May 17 °C | 63 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 12 °C | 54 °F 3.1 mm | 0.1 inch.
20. May 17 °C | 63 °F 21 °C | 69 °F 13 °C | 55 °F 2.3 mm | 0.1 inch.
21. May 17 °C | 63 °F 21 °C | 69 °F 12 °C | 54 °F 2.6 mm | 0.1 inch.
22. May 17 °C | 63 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 12 °C | 54 °F 2.7 mm | 0.1 inch.
23. May 18 °C | 64 °F 22 °C | 71 °F 13 °C | 55 °F 1.5 mm | 0.1 inch.
24. May 18 °C | 64 °F 22 °C | 71 °F 13 °C | 56 °F 1.8 mm | 0.1 inch.
25. May 18 °C | 65 °F 22 °C | 72 °F 13 °C | 55 °F 1.9 mm | 0. 1 inch.
26. May 19 °C | 65 °F 23 °C | 73 °F 13 °C | 56 °F 3.0 mm | 0.1 inch.
27. May 19 °C | 65 °F 22 °C | 72 °F 14 °C | 57 °F 3.1 mm | 0.1 inch.
28. May 18 °C | 65 °F 23 °C | 73 °F 13 °C | 56 °F 2.6 mm | 0.1 inch.
29. May 18 °C | 65 °F 23 °C | 73 °F 13 °C | 56 °F 1.5 mm | 0.1 inch.
30. May 18 °C | 65 °F 22 °C | 72 °F 13 °C | 56 °F 2.4 mm | 0.1 inch.
31. May 18 °C | 64 °F 22 °C | 72 °F 13 °C | 56 °F 3.6 mm | 0.1 inch.

Data: 1999 – 2019


Palma Nova Weather | Palma Nova Holiday Weather















Mon 19
Sep
10:00

ENE


9 / 20 km/h

26 / 26°C
57%
1015 mb



0%





0. 0 mm


13:00

W


5 / 20 km/h

26 / 26°C
57%
1015 mb



0%





0. 0 mm


16:00

WNW


7 / 20 km/h

26 / 26°C
57%
1015 mb



0%





0. 0 mm


19:00

SSE


4 / 20 km/h

26 / 26°C
57%
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0%





0. 0 mm


22:00

ENE


10 / 20 km/h

26 / 26°C
57%
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0. 0 mm


Tue 20
Sep
01:00

E


6 / 20 km/h

26 / 26°C
57%
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0%





0. 0 mm


04:00

ENE


4 / 20 km/h

26 / 26°C
57%
1015 mb



0%





0. 0 mm


07:00

NE


6 / 20 km/h

26 / 26°C
57%
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0%





0. 0 mm


10:00

SE


5 / 20 km/h

26 / 26°C
57%
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0. 0 mm


13:00

SW


13 / 20 km/h

26 / 26°C
57%
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0. 0 mm


16:00

WSW


12 / 20 km/h

26 / 26°C
57%
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0. 0 mm


19:00

SW


6 / 20 km/h

26 / 26°C
57%
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0. 0 mm


22:00

SSE


5 / 20 km/h

26 / 26°C
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0. 0 mm


Cities and Towns: Magaluf, Spain
Golf Courses: Poniente Golf Course, Balearic Islands, Spain
Football: Unio Esportiva Arenal, Tercera Division Grupo 11, Spain
Motor Racing: Magaluf Karting Track, Spain


PALMA NOVA CLIMATE AND RESORT OVERVIEW


 


PALMA NOVA TOURIST INFO


Located on the south-west coast of the Balearic Islands, Palma Nova is the perfect getaway regardless of your age. Quieter than its larger than life neighbour, Magaluf, Palma Nova still manages to keep things entertaining whilst providing a tranquil environment for the whole family to relax and unwind.


One of the first purpose built resorts of its kind on the Balearics, this resort caters for families, couples and part-goers alike. With Magaluf and Santa Ponsa nearby, tourists won’t be stuck for choice in Palma Nova.


So if you are considering booking a holiday in the Balearic Islands, have a look at this unique climate profile for Palma Nova, which displays all the climate information for every month of the year. You may be interested to check the current weather in Palma nova, especially if you have already booked your tickets there. 


 


SUMMER IN PALMA NOVA


Summer is the ideal time to lie back and relax in the sun with a book in one hand and Sangria in the other. With long, golden sandy beaches, Palma Nova offers holiday makers a chance to submerge themselves in this paradise. With 3 beaches including Palma Nova beach which has a Blue Flag Award for cleanliness, you will be spoiled with beautiful views of the ocean which seems to go on forever.


With an average sea temperature of 24 degrees Celsius it won’t be too cold to take a quick swim in and with an average summer temperature in Palma Nova of 30 degrees Celsius it will provide a welcomed break from the heat.


At this time of year, the Nightlife is much more laid back than its riotous neighbor Magaluf but don’t be fooled by its quiet exterior as there is more to it than meets the eye. Mainly consisting of bars and restaurants all ages will be able to enjoy Palma Nova’s nightlife. Such places include Reflex which is an 80’s styled bar which plays the defining songs of that era, so get your leg warmers and head band out because it’s time to dance. If you don’t want the party to stop there then you can easily head into Magaluf and dance the night away.


 


SPRING IN PALMA NOVA


Spring is a much calmer time of year in Palma Nova and is ideal if you want a culture based holiday with no young people or families around. As Palma Nova enjoys a Mediterranean climate it means that the weather is more than acceptable. With an average maximum temperature of 21 degrees Celsius in the spring months it would be a good time to go if you can’t handle the blistering heat during the summer season.


Usually, the resort is an excellent place for older couple’s enjoying their retirement years, However, with an average sea temperature of 17 degrees Celsius it might not be the wisest choice to go for a swim, unless you can handle the bracing temperatures.


One of the most popular sites in these parts is “Santa Maria Cathedral” which is just 15 minutes away from Palma Nova. The stunning gothic cathedral there took over 400 years to build. With views which look onto the Mediterranean Sea, this magnificent piece of architectural genius will be a memory which you will keep with you for many years to come.


 


WINTER IN PALMA NOVA


As winters can be mild in Palma Nova with an average maximum temperature of 16 degrees Celsius you may want to bring a few extra layers in your suitcase. However, it is still a good place to go if you want to have a quiet holiday. This is because the clubs and pubs which would have been blaring music into the small hours of the morning have closed for the season and revelers returned home. They do however open at the weekend so there is still the option for you to throw some shapes on the dance floor if you choose too.


A good way to escape the colder temperatures is by soaking up the culture and with the large summer crowds no longer here, it means you can do so without the stampeding crowds. The Spanish Contemporary Art Museum located 20 minutes from Palma Nova in Plama City Centre plays host to works by some of the most well known Spanish painters. Such painters include Salvador Dali and Joan Miro and the museum is also well known for its Picasso collection.


 


AUTUMN IN PALMA NOVA


This season combines the best of the summer with the rain. With an average maximum temperature in Autumn in Palma Nova of 24 degrees Celsius you can still enjoy the same summer festivities and head to the beach for the day.   However, be warned as it can get wet with an average rainfall in of 59 mm (2 inches) so make sure to bring your waterproofs so you don’t fall victim to the rain.


One activity which low temperatures do not preclude is eating and in Palma Nova foodies are in for a treat. Abracadabra is a popular pizzeria which serves a large selection of pizza toppings. Situated right across the beach you can sit outside and admire the view of the med and watch the sun set, just remember to bring a jumper with you.  

The 7 day weather forecast summary for Palma Nova:


For Palma Nova in the coming week the average daytime maximum temperature will be around 26°C, with a high for the week of 26°C expected on the morning of Monday 19th.
The mean minimum temperature will be 26°C, dipping to its lowest on the morning of Monday 19th at -999°C.
The week will
remain predominantly dry.
On the whole winds are likely to be moderate.

Palma Nova holiday weather information

We provide Palma Nova holiday weather for the next 7 and 14 days. The 7 day weather for Palma Nova provides weather information in 3 hourly intervals for each day and our 14 day Palma Nova weather provides weather data in 6 hourly intervals. We also provide monthly climate averages for Palma Nova. These monthly climate averages provide average temperature, maximum and minimum temperature, amount of rainfall in months, wind speed and much more. So if you are planning to go on holiday to Palma Nova then do check our monthly climate average section.

We also provide latest weather for Palma Nova and if you would like to see the past 24 hours weather in hourly format then do check our latest section. In addition, we have a weather risk page dedicated to Palma Nova which allows you to check out the probability of rain or thunder for Palma Nova.

As we are passionate about weather we would go to any steps to make sure you too are kept informed of the weather at all times. So if you are planning to go to Palma Nova on holiday or business then please do take the chance of receiving a weather text for Palma Nova which we will send to your mobile.

We also have following holiday destinations near to Palma Nova

Magaluf       Santa Ponsa       Illetas       Paguera       Camp De Mar       

Palma de Mallorca sea water temperature in May

Is it warm enough to swim in Palma de Mallorca in May? Average water temperature in Palma de Mallorca in May is 18.8°C and therefore is not suitable for comfortable swimming. The warmest sea in Palma de Mallorca in May is 22.2°C, and the coldest is 15.8°C. To find out the sea temperature today and in the coming days, go to Current sea temperature in Palma de Mallorca

To get an accurate forecast for the water temperature in Palma de Mallorca for any chosen month, compare two years within a 10 year range using the chart below. In addition to the sea water temperature in Palma de Mallorca, the selected years in the table also show the values of the maximum and minimum temperatures on each of the days of May.

Sea temperature

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You can choose any other years:

Year 1: 2007200820092010201120122013201420152016201720182019202020212022 
Year 2: 2007200820092010201120122013201420152016201720182019202020212022

Day 2022 2021 Min Max
1 May 17.2°C 17.7°C 15.8°C 18.1°C
2 May 17.1°C 17.6°C 16°C 18.2°C
3 May 17°C 17.9°C 16.4°C 18.8°C
4 May 17°C 17.9°C 16.1°C 19.6°C
5 May 16.7°C 17.7°C 16.3°C 19.1°C
6 May 17°C 17.9°C 16°C 19.6°C
7 May 17.1°C 18.5°C 16.5°C 19.7°C
8 May 17. 3°C 18.7°C 16.9°C 20.2°C
9 May 17.6°C 18.7°C 17.1°C 19.8°C
10 May 18°C 18.2°C 17.3°C 19.7°C
11 May 18.5°C 18.3°C 17.5°C 19.8°C
12 May 18.8°C 18.5°C 17.8°C 20.3°C
13 May 18.9°C 18.4°C 17.8°C 20.2°C
14 May 19.4°C 18.5°C 17.6°C 19.9°C
15 May 19.6°C 18.8°C 17.3°C 19.6°C
Day 2022 2021 Min Max
16 May 20°C 18.9°C 17°C 20°C
17 May 20.3°C 18.6°C 17.1°C 20.3°C
18 May 20.8°C 18. 6°C 17.3°C 20.8°C
19 May 21.3°C 18.6°C 17.5°C 21.3°C
20 May 21.4°C 19°C 17.7°C 21.4°C
21 May 21.5°C 18.7°C 17.7°C 21.5°C
22 May 22°C 18.8°C 17.5°C 22°C
23 May 22.2°C 18.9°C 17.6°C 22.2°C
24 May 21.7°C 19.1°C 17.6°C 21.7°C
25 May 21.3°C 19°C 17.7°C 21.3°C
26 May 21°C 19°C 17.8°C 21.2°C
27 May 20.6°C 19.2°C 17.8°C 21.4°C
28 May 20.9°C 19.6°C 17.9°C 21.2°C
29 May 21.4°C 20°C 17.7°C 21.4°C
30 May 21.3°C 20.1°C 17. 9°C 21.5°C
31 May 21.4°C 20.7°C 18°C 21.7°C

Average water temperature in Palma de Mallorca in May over a decade

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
17.7°C 18.9°C 19.4°C 18.5°C 19.4°C
2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
18°C 18°C 19.8°C 18.7°C 19.6°C

Palma de Mallorca water temperature during other months:

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Temperature in neighboring cities

The nearest locations with the average water temperature in May. In addition, the maximum and minimum water temperatures for that month, recorded over the last decade, are shown

Avr Min Max
Can Pastilla 18.8°C 15.8°C 22.2°C
Palma Nova 18.8°C 15.8°C 22°C
Illetas 18.8°C 15.8°C 22°C
Cala Mayor 18.8°C 15.8°C 22.4°C
Calvia 18.7°C 15.8°C 21.9°C
Platja de Palma 18.8°C 15.8°C 22.5°C
Magaluf 18.7°C 15.8°C 21.8°C
S’Arenal 18.7°C 15.8°C 21.8°C
Port Adriano 18.8°C 15.8°C 21.8°C
Paguera 18.7°C 15.7°C 21.8°C

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Weather in Palma Nova in May. Sea water temperature in May. Weather by months.

Sea weather / Spain / Palma Nova weather / Weather in MAY

April May June
Average temperature during the day +19°C +22°C +27°C
Average temperature at night +13°C +16°C +20°C
Sea water temperature +16°C +19°C +23°C
Number of sunny days 18 days 24 days 27 days
Day length 12. 6 – 13.8 hours 13.9 – 14.8 hours 14.8 – 15.0 hours
Number of rainy days 2 days 1 day 1 day
Rainfall 23.1 mm 10.8 mm 10.1 mm
Average wind speed 4.2 m / s 3.5 m / s 3.0 m / s

Monthly weather in Palma Nova

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Air temperature in Palma Nova in May

The graph below provides detailed information about the daytime and nighttime temperatures in Palma Nova in May.
Select the year you are interested in to see daily temperatures in May for that year.

The average air temperature in May over the past 5 years is 21.9°C during the day and 16.3°C at night.
To get data on the air temperature in Palma Nova for other months, go to the “Weather by months” section.

Data for:

2022

2021

2020

2019

2018

Sea temperature in Palma Nova in May

The graph below provides detailed information about the water temperature in Palma Nova in May.
Select the year you are interested in to see daily temperatures in May for that year.

The average sea water temperature in Palma Nova in May for the past 5 years is 18.7°C/68.5°F.
To get water temperature data for other months, go to the “Weather by months” section.

Data for:

Sunny days in Palma Nova in May

2022

2021

2020

2019
The graph below shows the number of sunny, cloudy and overcast days you can expect in Palma Nova in May.
The forecast is based on information about the weather in this resort, collected over the past five years.
However, such a forecast cannot be accurate and should only serve as a rough guide.

Rainy days in Palma Nova in May

The graph below displays the chances of rainfall of varying intensity in Palma Nova in May.
The forecast is based on rainfall information for this resort collected over the past five years.
However, such a forecast cannot be accurate and should only serve as a rough guide.

Windy days in Palma Nova in May

The graph below shows information on how strong the wind can be in Palma Nova in May.
The forecast is based on information about the strength of the wind at this resort, collected over the past five years.
However, such a forecast cannot be accurate and should only serve as a rough guide.

September 20 28°C 4 m / s
September 21 27°C 3 m / s
September 22 25°C 4 m / s
September 23 25°C 4 m / s
September 24 27°C 6 m / s
September 25 26°C 3 m / s
September 26 25°C 5 m / s
September 27 25°C 3 m / s
September 28 27°C 4 m / s
September 29 25°C 7 m / with

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September 18 27.9 °C0548
January +15 ° C
February 9000 9000 9000 +15 9000 +15 ° C +16 ° C
April +16 ° C +19 ° C
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June +23 ° C +27 ° C
July
+27 ° C +30 ° C
September +26 ° C
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Grand Canarius +24 ° C
Costa-Brava Lloret-de-Mar +25 ° C
MAYERKA +25 ° C
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Palma de Majorca +30 ° C
Salou
+18 ° C
Torrevieha +28 ° C
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The WERRN MONTH

The most warm month

August

Average daytime temperature:

+30°C

Maximum:

+37°C

Minimum:

+20°C

THE WARMEST WATER IN THE SEA

Maximum:

+30°C

Minimum:

+25°C

THE MOST SUNNY MONTH

July

Number of sunny days:

29 days

Average cloudy:

8. 9%

Day length:

14:38

DRIEST MONTH

July

Probability of rain:

0.0%

Monthly precipitation:

4.2mm

Average cloudiness
:

8.9%

Weather in Palma Nova in May 2023

What is the air temperature, is there a chance of rain and is it possible to swim? Palma Nova in May – read on the Tour Calendar!

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What is the weather like in Palma Nova in May? The air temperature in the city rises in the daytime to +22.1 degrees, at night +15.4 degrees. On average, there is no more than one rainy day in Palma Nova in May. The water temperature in May is +19.1 degrees.

Average temperature

+19°

Air temperature during the day

+22°

Air temperature at night

+15°

Water temperature

+19°

Rainfall (mm)

13 mm

Rain

1 day

Sunny days

25 days

Humidity

67%

Day length

14 hours

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Air temperature in Palma Nova in May

The air temperature in May in Palma Nova during the day is +22 °C, at night: +15 °C. The highest value for May in the afternoon was noted on May 22, 2022 and amounted to +34 °C, the lowest on May 4, 2018: +14 °C.

Palma Nova water temperature in May

The average water temperature in May in Palma Nova is around +19°C, which is barely suitable for swimming. The highest value for May was recorded on 05/22/2022 and amounted to +22 °C, the lowest on 05/01/2019: +15 °C.

How many sunny days per month

There are 25 sunny, 1 cloudy and 5 cloudy days per month, so the weather in Palma Nova in May is ideal for relaxing.

Palma Nova in May Things to do?

Tour-Calendar rated the possibility of types of recreation on a scale of 0 to 5 .

  • Beach holiday

    3

  • Excursions

    5

  • Bicycle

    5

  • Sport

    5

Palma Nova weather archive for May

Look at the weather in Palma Nova in recent years in May days.

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1 May Partly cloudy +20° +11° +16°
2 May Partly cloudy +22° +13° +16°
3 May Partly cloudy +20° +15° +16°
4 May Partly cloudy +20° +13° +16°
5 May Partly cloudy +22° +15° +16°
6 May Partly cloudy +23° +9° +16°
7 May Partly cloudy +25° +14° +16°
8 May Partly cloudy +23° +11° +17°
9 May Partly cloudy +22° +11° +17°
10 May Clear +23° +11° +17°
11 May Clear +23° +11° +17°
12 May Clear +29° +10° +18°
13 May Clear +28° +14° +18°
14 May Clear +24° +13° +18°
15 May Clear +29° +13° +19°
16 May Sunny +24° +16° +19°
17 May Partly cloudy +24° +17° +20°
18 May Clear +25° +16° +20°
19 May Clear +33° +16° +21°
20 May Clear +33° +20° +21°
21 May Clear +27° +17° +21°
22 May Clear +34° +14° +22°
23 May Partly cloudy +31° +18° +22°
24 May Partly cloudy +28° +19° +22°
25 May Partly cloudy +21° +16° +22°
26 May Partly cloudy +24° +19° +21°
27 May Partly cloudy +26° +20° +21°
28 May Clear +26° +16° +21°
29 May Partly cloudy +26° +16° +21°
30 May Partly cloudy +25° +18° +21°
31 May Clear +25° +18° +21°

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Weather in Palma Nova in May 2022-2021 🌊 and water temperature at “365 Celsius”

According to our rating system, which is confirmed by the reviews of tourists who have visited Spain, the weather is good in Palma Nova in May, this month’s rating is 4. 0 out of five.

Temperature in Palma Nova in May

Average temperature during the day: +22.2°C
Average temperature at night: +16.2°C
Sea water temperature: +18.6°C
Number of sunny days: 26 days
Rainy days:
Rainfall:
0 days
12.0 mm

Monthly weather comparison in Palma Nova
Water temperature in Spain in May

Should I go on vacation in May?

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The climate in May is good and tourists come to have a rest. According to our data, the weather in Palma Nova in May and the water temperature is good. At this time, the cold sea has an average temperature of +18.6°C. There is practically no rain, about 0 days per month, 12.0 mm of precipitation falls. Sunny weather lasts at least 26 days. According to the reviews of tourists who have visited Spain, it is worth going on vacation to Palma Nova in May.

    Please note:

  • Weather in Palma Nova in April:
    rating 3.3 (out of 5),
    air +19.5°C , sea: +16.0°C,
    rain 1 day
  • Weather in Palma Nova in June:
    rating 4.6 (out of 5),
    air +27. 2°C , sea: +22.4°C,
    rain 2 days



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  • Average statistics for 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021: the maximum air temperature reaches +26. 1°C, the minimum recorded values ​​are +18.4°C. At night the temperature in Palma Nova in May drops to +18.9°C…+13.5°C. On average, the difference between day and night is 6.1°C. What weather forecast in Palma Nova at the end of May and the beginning of the month is indicated on the chart, in Spain almost everywhere the situation is similar.

    

    Palma Nova water temperature in May

    Weather forecast and sea water temperature in Palma Nova in May ranges from +17.2°C to +19.9°C. At its lows, it can be considered not comfortable for swimming adults and children. In the previous month, the sea is colder by about 2.6°C. The next month the water is 3.8°C warmer. In May, according to tourists in Palma Nova, the climate is not very suitable for recreation, also due to the uncomfortable temperature of the water in the sea almost anywhere in Spain.

    

    Rating, rainy days and precipitation in May and other months.

    The rating in a period of five months fluctuates from 3.2 to 5.0 points. The number of rainy days in May is 0, and it ranks 5th in this indicator for the year. Precipitation is 12.0 mm, that’s 9place among all months. At the same time, in the previous period, 13.8 mm more rains, in the next month, 0.4 mm less. The weather in Palma Nova in May in the first and second half of the month is shown in the summary table for 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021.

    Wind speed

    The average speed in May is 3.4 m/s with maximum wind gusts up to 5.1 m/s.

    Climate summary

    Day Day air temperature Water temperature
    1 +21. 8°C +18.2°C
    2 +18.4°C +17.7°C
    3 +22.1°C +17.2°C
    4 +20. 1°C +17.6°C
    5 +21.1°C +17.5°C
    6 +22.4°C +17.7°C
    7 +24. 6°C +17.9°C
    8 +25.1°C +18.3°C
    9 +25.4°C +18.8°C
    10 +25. 7°C +19.2°C
    11 +26.1°C +18.8°C
    12 +24.9°C +18.8°C
    13 +20. 3°C +18.5°C
    14 +19.8°C +18.6°C
    15 +22.6°C +18.8°C
    16 +23. 7°C +19.1°C
    17 +22.9°C +18.9°C
    18 +20.4°C +19.1°C
    19 +22. 4°C +19.4°C
    20 +26.1°C +19.0°C
    21 +22.6°C +19.3°C
    22 +22. 4°C +19.4°C
    23 +23.6°C +19.8°C
    24 +25.6°C
    25 +22. 9°C +19.5°C
    26 +22.3°C +19.7°C
    27 +24.7°C +19.9°C
    28 +22. 4°C +19.8°C
    29 +22.4°C +19.9°C
    30 +24.3°C +19.7°C
    31 +24. 9°C +19.8°C

    Weather now

    Palma Nova

    +31°

    felt: +30°C

    SW 2m/s

    Precipitation: 0%

    10 day / 14 day forecast

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    Weather in Palma Nova on May 04, 2023 ☁ accurate forecast for “365 Celsius”


    May 3

    Select date

    5 May
    Day Wednesday

    04 May 2023

    +19°

    Overcast

    Feels: +19°C

    Pressure 762 mmHg

    Humidity 71%

    wind
    5 m/s

    Chance of precipitation 61%

    Water temperature +14°

    Dawn: 05:48

    Sunset: 19:47

    Waning moon 76%

    Day

    +19 °

    Pasmorno

    is felt: +19 ° C

    Night

    +14 °

    Variable clouds

    are felt: +13 ° C

    on May 0 According to the observational history, on May 04, the air temperature for five years in Palma Nova was 19°C during the day and 14°C at night, the wind speed was 5 m/s with gusts up to 1 m/s.

    At the same time, the weather is felt as 19 ° C. Relative humidity 71%, atmospheric pressure 762 mm Hg.

    What was the weather more often by years

    Wind speed on May 04 by years

    Weather history in Palma Nova for 5 years

    04 May 2022

    in Palma Nova on May 04, 2022 clear, cloud cover was 100%.

    Atmospheric phenomena
    temperature °C
    feels like °C Probability
    precipitation %
    Pressure
    mmHg
    Wind speed
    m/s
    Air humidity Water temperature
    °C

    Day

    +21°

    +21°

    100% 760

    9

    72% +17°

    Clear

    Night

    +14°

    +13°

    92% 761

    eight

    85% +17°

    Clear

    04 May 2021

    May 04, 2021 the weather was as follows: clear, pressure 764 mm Hg.

    Atmospheric phenomena
    temperature °C
    feels like °C Probability
    precipitation %
    Pressure
    mmHg
    Speed ​​
    wind m/s
    Air humidity Water temperature
    °C

    Day

    +19°

    +19°

    85% 764

    3

    65% +17°

    Partly cloudy

    Night

    +14°

    +13°

    95% 765

    four

    69% +17°

    Partly cloudy

    04 May 2020

    May 04, 2020 in Palma Nova clear, relative humidity 63%.

    Atmospheric phenomena
    temperature °C
    feels like °C Probability
    precipitation %
    Pressure
    mmHg
    Wind speed
    m/s
    Air humidity Water temperature
    °C

    Day

    +23°

    +25°

    2% 764

    four

    63% +20°

    Clear

    Night

    +17°

    +17°

    3% 764

    3

    75% +20°

    Partly cloudy

    04 May 2019

    04 May 2019 light rain, wind speed was 6 m/s, at night 4 m/s.

    Atmospheric phenomena
    temperature °C
    feels like °C Probability
    precipitation %
    Pressure
    mmHg
    Wind speed
    m/s
    Air humidity Water temperature
    °C

    Day

    +16°

    +16°

    18% 760

    6

    70% +16°

    Partly cloudy

    Night

    +12°

    +11°

    88% 760

    four

    90% +16°

    Rain in places

    04 May 2018

    The weather on May 04, 2018 in Palma Nova was with a temperature of 14°C, while it felt 13°C, clear.

    Atmospheric phenomena
    temperature °C
    feels like °C Probability
    precipitation %
    Pressure
    mmHg
    Wind speed
    m/s
    Air humidity UV index

    Day

    +14°

    +13°

    100% 760

    5

    87% 4

    Overcast

    Night

    +13°

    +12°

    100% 759

    5

    87%

    Partly cloudy

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    Temperature
    at night afternoon
    January +11°C +16°C
    February +9°C +16°C
    March +9°C +17°C
    April +12°C +21°C
    May +15°C +25°C
    June +19°C +30°C
    July +22°C +33°C
    August +22°C +32°C
    September +21°C +29°C
    October +18°C +25°C
    November +14°C +20°C
    December +10°C +17°C

    According to our observations, as well as reviews of tourists who visited Spain, we can say that the weather in Kemer in September is expected to be quite good. The average daily air temperature in May is 25.1 °С, while the sea water temperature will be 19.0 °С.

    Weather in May

    Daytime average temperature
    Nighttime average temperature
    +25.1 °C
    +15.1 °C
    Sea water temperature +19.0 °C
    Number of sunny days
    Length of daylight hours
    23 days
    14 hours 22 minutes
    Rainy days
    Rainfall
    0 days
    12 mm
    Average wind speed 11.2 m/s

    Is it worth going to Palma de Mallorca for a holiday in May?

    Comfort

    69. 2%

    Taking into account all the available data on the weather in Palma de Mallorca in May (air and water temperature, amount and intensity of rains, cloudiness, day length and wind strength), we calculated the level of comfort at this resort, which amounted to 69.2 %. Please also note that the comfort level in June will be higher and will be 82.9 %

    Comfort level by months

    On the graph below you can see the comfort level in Palma de Mallorca calculated by us for each month. The most comfortable months for a holiday in Palma de Mallorca are July, August and September. Months with the minimum level of comfort are January, December and February.

    Monthly comparison of weather in Palma de Mallorca

    Select the month you are interested in from the list below if you want to receive detailed information about the weather in Palma de Mallorca at other times.

    December
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    March
    April
    May

    June
    July
    August

    September
    October
    November

    Air temperature in Palma de Mallorca in May

    Daytime air temperature in May ranges from 22. 0°C to 27.3°C, at night from 13.5°C to 13.5°C respectively. At the same time, the average air temperature is 25.1 °C during the day, and 15.1 °C at night. The difference between daytime and nighttime air temperatures averages up to 10.0°C per month.

    Palma de Mallorca water temperature in May

    Palma de Mallorca water can be chilly in May. The water temperature in the sea does not fall below 17.0°C, while the maximum figure can reach 20.6°C. The average water temperature in May is 19.0 °C, which is 3.1°C higher than in April and 4.1°C lower than in June.

    Rainy days and precipitation in May

    The average rainfall for Palma de Mallorca in May is 12 mm. This amount of precipitation is insignificant, and you will not notice rainy days. May is one of the driest months in terms of rainfall. According to our observations and hysmeteo data, the probability of rainy weather is 4.3 %. In this case, most often it will be a light drizzle.

    Sunny, cloudy and overcast days

    Palma de Mallorca usually has about 23 sunny, 7 cloudy and 1 overcast days in May. The day length (from dawn to dusk) is 14 hours and 22 minutes. The number of hours of sunshine when the sun’s rays reach the earth’s surface, taking into account the average cloud cover for the month, is 11 hours and 31 minutes per day. Palma de Mallorca is one of the sunniest months of the year.

    Wind in Palma de Mallorca in May

    The graph below shows the probability of winds of varying strengths during the month. The average wind speed in Palma de Mallorca in May is 11.2 m/s.

    Weather in May in other resorts in Spain

    We bring to your attention brief data on the weather in other popular resorts in Spain in May. Select the resort you are interested in to get more detailed information.

    Name Day air temperature Air temperature
    at night
    Rainy days
    (rainfall)
    Water temperature
    Tenerife 21. 1°C 14.8°C 0 days (14 mm) 20.3°C
    Barcelona 21.5°C 15.1°C 3 days (31 mm) 17.1°C
    Mallorca 24.7°C 15.6°C 1 day (13 mm) 18.9°C
    Malaga 26.1°C 15.5°C 1 day (12 mm) 18.3°C
    Palma de Mallorca 25.1°C 15.1°C 0 days (12 mm) 19.0°C
    Valencia 25.2°C 16.1°C 1 day (8 mm) 18.8°C
    Costa Brava 22.2°C 14. 3°C 3 days (28 mm) 16.1°C
    Salou 23.4°C 15.0°C 1 day (19 mm) 17.7°C
    Alicante 24.8°C 16.5°C 2 days (14 mm) 19.1°C
    Ibiza 22.8°C 18.2°C 0 days (9 mm) 18.9°C
    Gran Canaria 25.5°C 19.3°C 0 days (1 mm) 20.0°C
    Marbella 25.2°C 14.6°C 2 days (18 mm) 18.0°C
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    Palma de Mallorca Sea Temperature today

    This data shows the water temperature in Palma de Mallorca. In addition to water temperature, you can also get information about air temperature, weather for today, tomorrow and in the coming days, surf forecast, as well as sunrise / sunset and moonrise data for a given location.

    The water temperature in Palma de Mallorca is currently 27.8 degrees Celsius. Based on our historical data over a period of ten years, the warmest sea in this day in Palma de Mallorca was recorded in 2018 and was 26.6°C, and the coldest was recorded in 2017 at 24.6°C. Sea water temperature in Palma de Mallorca is expected to drop to 24.6°C within the next 10 days. September average sea water temperature in Palma de Mallorca is 25.6°C/63.2°F, the minimum temperature is 23.6°C/63.3°F, and the maximum is 27.5°C/73.5°F.

    The beach season in Palma de Mallorca starts in June and ends in November. During those months, Palma de Mallorca water temperature does not drop below 20°C/68°F and therefore suitable for comfortable swimming. Average water temperature in Palma de Mallorca reaches 15. 3°C in winter, 16.4°C in spring, average temperature rises to 25.1°C in summer and 22.7°C in autumn.

    Palma-de-Mayorca temperature

    September 18, 2022 Yesterday 27.9 ° C

    The StORM Forecast for Micheurka ​​today

    In addition to water temperature, the presence and height of waves, as well as wind speed and direction, are important indicators for a comfortable stay on the beach. This data shows the average hourly wave height for today. For a more detailed forecast of sea conditions, wave height and direction for today and the coming days, go to the sea conditions in Palma de Mallorca section. The data in the table is for September 19, 2022, time in GMT format 0 (you can change the time zone on the sea state forecast page)

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    0-3 h 3-6 hours 6-9 h 9-12 h
    0.37 m 0. 37 m 0.38 m
    12-15 h 15-18 h 18-21 h 21-24 h
    0.38 m 0.49 m 0.45 m 0.36 m

    9000 9000 9099 in Palma de Mallorca today

    Air temperature in Palma de Mallorca and weather conditions for today (19September 2022). To view the weather forecast for the coming days, go to the weather forecast to Palma de Majorka

    9000. 9-12 hours

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    0-3 h 3-6 hours 6-9 hours
    19.9 ° C 19.7 ° C 19.7 ° C 23.8 ° C 9,0007
    12-15 h

    9000 15-18 hours 9000 6-21 hours 9000 9000 21- 24h 6 30.9 ° C 30.3 ° C 27.4 ° C .3 ° C

    The temperature of the water in the palmoma de Maior for months:

    are the following indicators of the maximum, maximum, maximum, maximum, maximum, maximum and average water temperature in Palma de Mallorca monthly. In addition to the table values, a graph of changes in the average water temperature during the year is shown. Temperature data are calculated from observations over the past 10 years

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    Month Avg. Min. Max.
    January
    Sea temperature in Palma de Mallorca in January
    February 14.3°C 13.1°C 15.9°C

    cold .
    Palma de Mallorca water temperature in February
    March 14.5°C 12.8°C 15.9°C cold
    Sea temperature in Palma de Mallorca in March
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    Los gigantes diving: Los Gigantes Diving Centre, Scuba Diving in Tenerife, PADI Dive Centre and BSAC school

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    Los Gigantes Diving Centre, Scuba Diving in Tenerife, PADI Dive Centre and BSAC school

    Tenerife’s first PADI 5 Star IDC Centre, offers year-round quality scuba diving, diving courses & high safety standards in a spectacular setting, Los Gigantes, the most beautiful corner of Tenerife. Our location is just a few minutes walk from from Puerto Santiago and a short taxi ride from Playa Arena.

    Los Gigantes Diving Centre, a PADI 5 star Centre (No. S9303) and BSAC school 197. Located directly on Los Gigantes marina, which is situated on the spectacular western corner of Tenerife.

    Los Gigantes Diving Centre offers quality scuba diving in Tenerife and diving courses on a range of dive sites with something suitable for all levels of diving qualification, including hand feeding Stingrays and Turtles Although registered with the BSAC & PADI, scuba diving licences from all training agencies are recognised. The dive centre has all necessary permits, insurances & is a registered member of the Canary Tourist Board.

    The family business is operated by brother and sister Neville and Sheila Widdrington (PADI Master Instructor and BSAC 3 star Instructor) and Sheila’s son Chris (PADI Divemaster). In 25 years of diving in Tenerife, Los Gigantes Diving Centre is justifiably proud of an unbroken safety record. We aim to keep it that way!

    A full range of BSAC and PADI courses are available, from beginner to Divemaster, as well as many PADI speciality diving courses. The Dive Centre conducts dives from a 7.5 metre RIB licensed for 12 people – 10 divers, a dive guide and a skipper carrying all necessary safety equipment on board.

    Our boat mooring is aprox 50 metres walk from the dive centre entrance.

    We do not put you in a mini bus & drive you several kilometres to a shore dive or to another dive centre. Weightbelts are kept on the boat, further reducing the workload.

    Our boat is never left unattended at anchor.

    In compliance with Spanish law & to provide our dives with full safety cover, our boat is always manned whilst divers are in the water. The practice of leaving a boat unmanned during a dive can result in serious incidents. Be careful who you choose to dive with! The skipper is fully licensed as well as being a qualified diving instructor or divemaster, trained in rescue & oxygen administration.

    Oxygen & first aid kit carried at all times.

    Although it has never been used in an emergency, it is always available on the boat.

    Dives are guided by a fully qualifed instructor or divemaster.

    They are there to help & assist with minor problems & to navigate underwater so that you see the best of each dive site.

    Scuba Diving Insurance.

    In the European Union it is compulsory to have scuba diving insurance to cover you for third party liability and medical recompression therapy. We are affiliated with Dive Assure and D.A.N (Divers Alert Network), and can offer policies at very reasonable rates to customers who do not have there own scuba diving insurance.

    Storage space available in the dive centre.

    You do not want to carry heavy dive bags around everywhere, after all you are on holiday. Full diving equipment hire is available and divers are provided with weights and 10, 12 or 15 litre steel tanks.

    Diving in Tenerife on some of the best dive sites in Tenerife

    We regularly visit around 20 different diving sites consisting of spectacular volcanic scenery, arches and caverns with plenty to satisfy all levels of experience. The only wrecks are the tourists at the end of their holiday! Offshore depths reach 2000 metres, beyond the reach of the most hardened “techies”. We put a sensible (and legally required) depth limit of 40 metres on our dives. The only gas mix we offer is 21% oxygen 79% nitrogen “normal air”. As most of our dives are of a multi-level nature, good times and safe dive profiles can be achieved. Water temperatures vary from 19° C in the winter to 24° C in the summer and being in a sub-tropical Atlantic Ocean means that large deep sea marine life are occasionally seen whilst diving.

    Los Gigantes Diving Centre Dive Schedule

    Dives normally depart twice a day, at 10:00 and at 12:00, (closed on Sundays) always returning to the centre between dives. We visit the Stingray dive every 4 to 5 days, departing at 12:00. Divers should arrive half an hour earlier to assemble their equipment. At peak times, we put on more dives per day and operate on Sundays if required. As the furthest dive site is a half hour boat trip from the marina, one dive takes no more than about 2 hours of your time – plenty of opportunity to relax in the sun or take a tour with the family to see the spectacular scenery of Tenerife

    Where is Los Gigantes?

    Los Gigantes lies at 28 15 N, 16 50W, only 5 degrees north of the tropic of cancer. Situated on the south west coast of Tenerife, beneath the magnificent 500 metre cliffs, Los Gigantes Diving Centre offers diving on the most sheltered part ofTenerife. The islands weather is governed by the North East Trade Winds, the cliffs and the geographical location of Los Gigantes (see map of Tenerife) make the village the warmest & (most important from a diving point of view) calmest resort in Tenerife. A small resort for Tenerife, Los Gigantes offers everything a family or diving group could want and is within a reasonable travelling distance of the many attractions, other than diving, which Tenerife has to offer. Further general tourist information can be accessed from Tenerife.

    Los Gigantes Diving Centre, Scuba Diving in Tenerife, PADI Dive Centre and BSAC school

    Tenerife’s first PADI 5 Star IDC Centre, offers year-round quality scuba diving, diving courses & high safety standards in a spectacular setting, Los Gigantes, the most beautiful corner of Tenerife. Our location is just a few minutes walk from from Puerto Santiago and a short taxi ride from Playa Arena.

    Los Gigantes Diving Centre, a PADI 5 star Centre (No. S9303) and BSAC school 197. Located directly on Los Gigantes marina, which is situated on the spectacular western corner of Tenerife.

    Los Gigantes Diving Centre offers quality scuba diving in Tenerife and diving courses on a range of dive sites with something suitable for all levels of diving qualification, including hand feeding Stingrays and Turtles Although registered with the BSAC & PADI, scuba diving licences from all training agencies are recognised. The dive centre has all necessary permits, insurances & is a registered member of the Canary Tourist Board.

    The family business is operated by brother and sister Neville and Sheila Widdrington (PADI Master Instructor and BSAC 3 star Instructor) and Sheila’s son Chris (PADI Divemaster). In 25 years of diving in Tenerife, Los Gigantes Diving Centre is justifiably proud of an unbroken safety record. We aim to keep it that way!

    A full range of BSAC and PADI courses are available, from beginner to Divemaster, as well as many PADI speciality diving courses. The Dive Centre conducts dives from a 7.5 metre RIB licensed for 12 people – 10 divers, a dive guide and a skipper carrying all necessary safety equipment on board.

    Our boat mooring is aprox 50 metres walk from the dive centre entrance.

    We do not put you in a mini bus & drive you several kilometres to a shore dive or to another dive centre. Weightbelts are kept on the boat, further reducing the workload.

    Our boat is never left unattended at anchor.

    In compliance with Spanish law & to provide our dives with full safety cover, our boat is always manned whilst divers are in the water. The practice of leaving a boat unmanned during a dive can result in serious incidents. Be careful who you choose to dive with! The skipper is fully licensed as well as being a qualified diving instructor or divemaster, trained in rescue & oxygen administration.

    Oxygen & first aid kit carried at all times.

    Although it has never been used in an emergency, it is always available on the boat.

    Dives are guided by a fully qualifed instructor or divemaster.

    They are there to help & assist with minor problems & to navigate underwater so that you see the best of each dive site.

    Scuba Diving Insurance.

    In the European Union it is compulsory to have scuba diving insurance to cover you for third party liability and medical recompression therapy. We are affiliated with Dive Assure and D.A.N (Divers Alert Network), and can offer policies at very reasonable rates to customers who do not have there own scuba diving insurance.

    Storage space available in the dive centre.

    You do not want to carry heavy dive bags around everywhere, after all you are on holiday. Full diving equipment hire is available and divers are provided with weights and 10, 12 or 15 litre steel tanks.

    Diving in Tenerife on some of the best dive sites in Tenerife

    We regularly visit around 20 different diving sites consisting of spectacular volcanic scenery, arches and caverns with plenty to satisfy all levels of experience. The only wrecks are the tourists at the end of their holiday! Offshore depths reach 2000 metres, beyond the reach of the most hardened “techies”. We put a sensible (and legally required) depth limit of 40 metres on our dives. The only gas mix we offer is 21% oxygen 79% nitrogen “normal air”. As most of our dives are of a multi-level nature, good times and safe dive profiles can be achieved. Water temperatures vary from 19° C in the winter to 24° C in the summer and being in a sub-tropical Atlantic Ocean means that large deep sea marine life are occasionally seen whilst diving.

    Los Gigantes Diving Centre Dive Schedule

    Dives normally depart twice a day, at 10:00 and at 12:00, (closed on Sundays) always returning to the centre between dives. We visit the Stingray dive every 4 to 5 days, departing at 12:00. Divers should arrive half an hour earlier to assemble their equipment. At peak times, we put on more dives per day and operate on Sundays if required. As the furthest dive site is a half hour boat trip from the marina, one dive takes no more than about 2 hours of your time – plenty of opportunity to relax in the sun or take a tour with the family to see the spectacular scenery of Tenerife

    Where is Los Gigantes?

    Los Gigantes lies at 28 15 N, 16 50W, only 5 degrees north of the tropic of cancer. Situated on the south west coast of Tenerife, beneath the magnificent 500 metre cliffs, Los Gigantes Diving Centre offers diving on the most sheltered part ofTenerife. The islands weather is governed by the North East Trade Winds, the cliffs and the geographical location of Los Gigantes (see map of Tenerife) make the village the warmest & (most important from a diving point of view) calmest resort in Tenerife. A small resort for Tenerife, Los Gigantes offers everything a family or diving group could want and is within a reasonable travelling distance of the many attractions, other than diving, which Tenerife has to offer. Further general tourist information can be accessed from Tenerife.

    Scuba Diving in Los Gigantes, Spain

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        When to go to Los Gigantes

        At Los Gigantes the air temperature ranges from 16C/61F to 21C/69F in winter and from 21C/69F to 28C/82F in summer. The likelihood of rainfall occurring here is at its highest in winter. The water temperature for the most part of the year ranges from 19C/66F to 24C/75F, with the best opportunities for diving in the period from May to October. The clear waters around Los Gigantes provide visibility of up to 35m/115ft. The currents are usually slight.

         

        What to see

        There is a plenty of marine life in the region, such as eels, trumpet fish, shrimps, anemones, sponges, corals, wrasses, lizardfish, angel sharks, stingrays, nudibranchs, lobsters, parrot fish, blue fin, damselfish, sardines, breams and octopuses. 

         

        Most popular dive sites

        Los Gigantes has a number of dive sites for divers of all levels of skills and experience. The most interesting sites, located nearby are MarazulEl PuertitoPlaya ParaisoLa CaletaPalm Mar CaveEl Condesito wreck, and further near the eastern coast – Las Eras. Looking for the easy to dive site, choose El Puertito, 15m/49ft deep in average and providing great opportunities to dive from the shore or the boat. Divers can meet and feed turtles there.

        Scuba diving in Los Gigantes

        The resort town of Los Gigantes (“The Giants”) is situated in the Santiago del Teide municipality on the western coast of the Canary Island, Tenerife. The very name of the location comes from Acantilados de Los Gigantes, a giant rock formation rising from the sea to a height of 500-800m/1,640-2,625ft and serving as the main attraction for Los Gigantes’ visitors. Tenerife South Airport is located in 50 km from it. Just a little bit south to Los Gigantes you will find other resorts, such as Puerto de Santiago and Playa de la Arena. Another interesting place, the village of Masca, 3km/1.9mi to the north from Los Gigantes, can be reached by boat or car. Los Gigantes can boast of a marina surrounded by concrete walls providing an impression of the rough sea around the area. Between the marina and rocks you can enjoy a small black sand beach, and in the town you will find lots of mall shops and restaurants. Each February Los Gigantes celebrates a festive carnival with bright parades through the streets of the town. In crystal clear waters of Tenerife divers can explore the abundance of marine species. There arond 20 dive sites nearby suitable for all levels of diving. These dive sites consist of spectacular volcanic scenery, arches, caverns, wrecks. Also it is an ideal destination for the delight of underwater photographers.

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        Diving in Tenerife – Dive Centre in Tenerife

        Los Gigantes Diving Centre is Tenerife’s first ever PADI 5 Star IDC Centre and is located on the marina in the Los Gigantes holiday resort on the south west coast of Tenerife, beneath the world famous 600 metre high cliffs. Los Gigantes Diving Centre offers the best diving in Tenerife, with stingrays, turtles, octopus, moral eels, angel sharks, groupers, many shoals of sub tropical fish and some of the most beautiful underwater volcanic landscapes ever seen.

        Prices

        Dive prices gradually drop the more you do. Check below for packages. Also check the prices of the courses available.

        10% discount for paying €uro cash

        Qualified divers including only tank & weights

        Num of Dives  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10
        Price €  44  84  126  169  206  246  288  329  346  386
        10% discount for cash  40  77  115  154  188  225  263  300  316  352

        Qualified divers with full kit hire

        Num of Dives  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10
        Price €  54  104  156  208  255  306  357  408  435  485
        10% discount for cash  49  95  142  190  233  279  326  372  397  442

        Individual items for hire: Reg. 3€, BCD 3€, Suit 3€ per dive.

        PADI Courses

         PADI Courses  Price  10% Discount
         Scuba diver  €290  €265
         Scuba -Open water upgrade  €247  €225
         Open water  €460  €420
         Ow referral 4 dives & certification  €290  €265
         Adventure diver  €258  €235
         Adventure upgrade to Advanced (2dives & certification)  €165  €150
         Advanced  €335  €305
         EFR  €145  €130
         Rescue diver  €435  €395
         Divemaster (excl materials)  €660  €600
         Specialties (per dive) (plus €30 certification)  €75  €65

        BSAC Courses

         BSAC Courses  Price  10% Discount
         Ocean Diver  €490  €445
         Sports Diver  €473  €430
         Dive Leader  €572  €520

        Directions to Los Gigantes Diving Centre

        The dive centre is located on the marina in Los Gigantes. Between pontoon 5 and 6 is a restaurant La Paella and just left of it is the entrance to the dive centre, which is situated behind the restaurant. GPS Coordinates: 28°14’49.4.3″N 16°50’29.5″W or Click to view on Google maps

        Diving in Tenerife is one of the most spectacular experiences you will find. The cliffs of Los Gigantes form a spectacular background for one of the most popular areas for diving in Tenerife.

        Contact Information

        Telephone: +34 922 860 431
        Mobile: +34 637 819 204

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        Website in English: http://www.divingtenerife.co.uk

         


        Diving in Tenerife with Stingrays

        A dive site where you can hand feed round stingrays, common stringrays, roughtail stringrays and eagle rays. They are really friendly and will come up to the divers and gently take food from the hand. Also seen on this site occasionally are butterfly rays, duckbill rays and marbled electric rays. Large pelagics and predators such as barracuda, jacks and tuna are also frequently seen. It is one of the most popular dives in Tenerife, established in 1996 by the Los Gigantes Diving Centre it has been puplished in several diver magazine articles, in the United Kingdom and internationally. At a depth of 18 – 20 meters its suitable for all levels of qualified divers.

         


        Turtle Safari in Tenerife

        An astounding excursion for all the family is a visit to the beautiful, protected bay of El Puertito where a few turtles have made their home. They live at a depth of 3 to 10 meters which is perfect for snorkeling. They also frequently appear right next to our boat to see us even before the snorkelers are in the water. When you are in the water they will tail you and will joyfully pose for photographs. So dont forget your camera! However the dive centre does have an excellent underwater camera which can be hired.

         


        Night Diving in Tenerife

        Night dives can be arranged as requested. Many species of marine life avoid the daytime, prefering to live and feed during the night.On the night dive there is an oportunity to see life not seen or very difficult to see during the day.

        Los Gigantes Diving Centre A Tenerife

        Premier centre de plongée PADI 5 étoiles ( S 9303 ) et école de plongée nr 197 reconnus par BSAC ( British Sub Aqua Club ) ,

        Le centre de plongée LOS GIGANTES vous offre tout au long de l’année des plongées de qualité dans ce cadre privilégié qu’es le sud ouest de l’ile de Ténérife. Notre emplacement est à quelques minutes à pied de Puerto Santiago et un court trajet en taxi de Playa Arena.

        Nous vous proposons un éventails d’une vingtaine de sites ceci pour satisfaire tout un chacun, et pour tout les niveaux , tant débutant , que pour les plus expérimentés, Les deux classique “ les raies “ et les “ tortues “,

        Si vous le désirer vous pouvez perfectionner en suivant les cours PADI ou BSAC

        Nous somme enregistré et agréé comme centre et école PADI et BSAC ,mais nous reconnaissons toutes les licenses délivrée par d’autres organisme ou fédération homologuées

        Notre centre possède tous les permis légaux requis et les assurances obligatoire . Aussi nous somme enregistré comme membre au ministère du tourisme de Canaries .

        Une affaire familiale fondée il y a 27 ans et gérée depuis par Sheila Widdrington , PADI master instructeur , et BSAC instructeur 3 étoiles , accompagnée par son fils Chris (dive master ), D’autres instructeurs travaille chez nous et sont TOUS expérimenté et assuré .

        Au long de toutes ces années et après des milliers de plongées nous ne déplorons aucun incident ou accident , votre sécurité est notre priorité nous travaillons jour après jour pour transmettre cette confiance a nos clients .

        Une grande variétés de cours sont proposé , notre école offre la possibilité de les suivre via BSAC ou PADI , depuis l’initiation “ baptême “ (DSD), au premier niveau professionnel “dive master “ et ceci afin pour ceux qui veulent élargir leurs connaissances et adopter des pratiques de plongée responsable et exemplaire .

        NOTRE BATEAU EST AMARRÉ A 50 METRES DU CENTRE DE PLONGÉE.

        Pour toutes les plongées nous sortons notre bateau ( zodiac) , a bord le personnel qualifié dispose de tous les moyens de sécurité nécessaire a la réalisation et a la pratique de la plongée

        Vous apprécierez la commodité de ne pas devoir se déplacer en camionnette ou autre moyen de transport , toujours prêt a larguer les amarres , les plombs ( lastre ) sont a bord inutile de s’en charger .

        NOTRE BATEAU N’EST JAMAIS SEUL , LE PERSONNEL DE BORD RESTE A BORD .

        En accord avec les règlements et lois maritimes espagnole et afin de garantir votre sécurité ,lors de vos plongées , le personnel expérimenté pour faire face a n’importe quelle situation ou imprévu reste a bord

        Equipement de premiers soins et oxygène sont a bord Toujours disponible en cas de nécéssité. ou urgence .

        Toutes les plongées sont guidées par du personnel qualifié .

        Le personnel du centre sera toujours près de vous pour vous porter assistance si nécessaire ,et ou vous guider sur les points d’intérêt de votre plongée

        ASSURANCE POUR LES PLONGEURS

        Au sein de la communauté européenne , il est indispensable d’être en possession d’une assurance

        plongée qui répondra si nécessaire devant tant que responsabilité civile ( tiers) et aussi pour couvrir les frais éventuel pour les soins , assistance médicale , et caisson de recompression,

        Notre centre de plongée est affiliés aux compagnies Dive assure , et D. A .N ( dive alert network ) et offre des couvertures temporaire avec les meilleurs tarifs , pour tous ceux qui n’en dispose pas

        Votre équipement et affaire personnelle.

        Des votre arrivée vous pourrez laisser vos effets personnel et de plongée au centre , et en disposé a votre convenance .

        Lors des déplacements en bateau au site de plongée vous n’emporterais que le nécessaire pour votre plongée.

        Location d’équipement

        Le centre a si vous le desirer le materiel et équipement partiel ou complet a votre disposition en location ,nous incluons dans nos prix les bouteilles 10,12,15 litres 200 b ainsi que les plombs .

        Plonger a Ténérife , dans quelques uns des meilleurs coins de l’ile .

        Nous visitons régulièrement une vingtaine de sites de plongée composé de paysages volcaniques spectaculaires des arches, des cavernes ,de quoi satisfaire tout un chacun , les fonds marins entre iles peuvent atteindre les 2000 metres et plus par endroits au delà de la portée des “ technophiles” les plus endurcis ,,nous avons mis une limite qui est la profondeur maximum autorisé et permise selon le niveau du plongeur a 40 metres maximum . le seul gaz disponible est l’air ( 79% N2 / 21 % O2 )

        La température de l’océan varie de 19 degrés en hiver a 24 degrés en été , De part sa situation sub tropical de l’océan atlantique nord, nous profitons d’une grande variété de faune et flore que vous découvrirez lors de vos plongées.

        Horaire et sorties

        Nous proposons deux sorties par jours , la première a 10 h du matin , et la deuxième a 12 h , entre les plongées nous revenons toujours au centre ( nous fermons le dimanche ) En haute saison et jours fériés nous aurons un horaire adapté.

        Les plongeurs se présenterons au centre une demie heure avant l’heure de sortie prévue afin de monter leurs équipement Le site le plus éloignés du centre est a 30’ de navigation, le retour de la deuxième plongée est prévu vers 2 heures après le départ donc au centre avant 15 h ce qui vous laisse le temps de profiter de Tenerife en famille .

        Oú se trouve Los gigantes

        Le village maritime de los gigantes se situe a 28* 15’ N et 16* 50’ W, a seulement a 5 degré nord du Tropique du Cancer , la côte ouest de l’ile est entourée de falaise de plus de 400 metres de hauteurs ( les géantes ) , ce qui naturellement protège et abrite ce coin magnifique , des vents dominants les “ ALIZÉS “ ( nord este ) et donc de ce fait los gigantes bénéficie tout au long de l’année d’un climat exceptionnel

        Buceo / Submarinismo en Los Gigantes, Tenerife

        Primer centro de buceo PADI 5 estrellas (S9303) y escuela nº 197, reconocida por BSAC (British Sub Aqua Club), Los Gigantes Diving Centre ofrece excursiones de buceo de alta calidad durante todo el año, desde el entorno espectacular de Los Gigantes, encantadora villa ubicada en el extremo suroeste de la isla de Tenerife. Nuestra ubicación está a solo unos minutos a pie de Puerto Santiago ya un corto viaje en taxi de Playa Arena.

        Los Gigantes Diving Centre ofrece espectaculares inmersiones para buceadores avanzados y principiantes, como así también cursos de buceo para todos los niveles, todo ello en diversos puntos de inmersión, adaptados a la experiencia individual de cada cliente, y siempre en lugares que serán una experiencia inolvidable para los amantes del buceo, incluidos entre otros, nuestro ya clásicos “alimente a las rayas” o “buceo con las tortugas marinas”.

        Aunque estamos registrados como Centro PADI y BSAC, reconocemos cualquier licencia expedida por otros organismos homologados. Los Gigantes Diving Centre posee todos los permisos legales requeridos y seguros obligatorios y está registrado como miembro de la Consejería de Turismo de Canarias.

        Creado hace 25 años y regentado desde entonces por Neville Widdrington (PADI Instructor y BSAC Instructor 3 Estrellas) Sheila Widdrington (PADI Master Instructor y BSAC Instructor 3 Estrellas) y Chris Punton (PADI Divemaster), Los Gigantes Diving Centre tiene el orgullo de no haber tenido nunca problema de seguridad alguno y sigue trabajando día a día para transmitir esa confianza y seguridad a sus clientes. El personal de Los Gigantes Diving Centre está capacitado y concienciado en que la seguridad es el factor primordial.

        Una gran variedad de cursos BSAC y PADI están disponibles para todo aquel que quiera iniciarse en el mundo del buceo o para aquellos que quieran perfeccionar sus conocimientos. Desde el básico curso Open Water para aquellos que recién se inician, hasta el Divemaster, reservado para los que buscan perfeccionar sus conocimientos, además de gran variedad de otros cursos específicos PADI.

        Todos los buceos son realizados desde barco propio, con personal especializado y con todos los medios de seguridad necesarios para la práctica de submarinismo.

        Nuestro barco se encuentra amarrado a escasos 50 metros de la entrada al centro

        La comodidad de no tener que desplazarse desde el centro en bus o taxi hasta la costa es importante. El barco está listo siempre para zarpar en hora y cuenta con los lastres necesarios a bordo para no tener que cargar con ellos.

        El barco nunca queda desatendido durante las inmersiones.

        De acuerdo con las regulaciones y leyes españolas y con el fin de ofrecer garantías de seguridad mientras los buceadores están en el agua, siempre mantenemos a bordo, personal cualificado entrenado para actuar ante cualquier situación imprevista.

        Equipo de primeros auxilios y oxigeno siempre a bordo.

        Siempre disponibles para hacer frente a cualquier situación de emergencia.

        Todos las inmersiones son guiadas por personal cualificado.

        El personal del centro estará siempre cerca para ayudar o asistir ante el menor problema y para guiarlo a través de los mejores lugares del sitio donde se bucea.

        Seguro para buceadores.

        Dentro de la Unión Europea es obligatorio contratar un seguro para la práctica del submarinismo, que responda ante cualquier situación ante terceros, como así también para recibir, en caso de que sea necesario, asistencia médica y terapia de re compresión.

        Los Gigantes Diving Centre está afiliado a las compañías Dive Assure y D. A.N. (Divers Alert Network) y ofrece cobertura temporal, con las mejores tarifas, a todos aquellos que no posean su propia póliza de seguros.

        Espacio para custodia de equipos y bienes personales en el propio centro.

        No es necesario transportar pesado equipamiento cada día. Los clientes pueden dejar en custodia su propio material para usarlo cuando lo necesiten.

        Durante el viaje en barco al sitio de buceo, está prohibido transportar bienes personales que no sean necesarios para la práctica del submarinismo.

        Alquiler de equipos.

        Los Gigantes Diving Centre pone a disposición de sus clientes, en alquiler, todo el equipamiento necesario para la práctica del submarinismo, incluido lastres y botellas de acero de 10, 12 o 15 litros.

        Bucear en Tenerife en alguno de los mejores lugares de la isla.

        Los Gigantes Diving Centre ofrece la posibilidad de practicar el submarinismo en alguno de los 20 diferentes lugares visitados frecuentemente, emplazados en un escenario volcánico espectacular, que incluye arcos y cavernas, y que satisfacen las expectativas de todos aquellos que visitan la isla, sin importar el nivel de experiencia de cada uno. Si bien mar adentro, el fondo marino de la isla alcanza los 2000 metros, algo que va mas allá de las posibilidades de cualquier humano, el límite de profundidad legalmente permitido para la práctica del submarinismo es de 40 metros y ese límite es siempre respetado.

        La única mezcla de aire puesta a disposición del cliente es 21% oxigeno, 79% nitrógeno, es decir, “aire normal”. La temperatura del agua en Canarias varia de 19 grados centígrados en invierno y los 24 grados en verano debido al área sub-tropical del océano atlántico donde se encuentra, lo que asegura una gran variedad de vida marítima posible de ver mientras se bucea.

        Programación y horarios

        Se ofrecen 2 salidas en barco diarias, a las 10 de la mañana y a las 12, siempre retornando al centro entre inmersiones.

        En temporada alta o festivos se agregan horarios de salida a fin de satisfacer la demanda.

        El Centro permanecerá cerrado los domingos, salvo circunstancias excepcionales.

        Los buceadores deberán presentarse en el Centro con media hora de anticipación para armar los equipos.

        Ya que el lugar de buceo más alejado está a solo 30 minutos del puerto, cada salida dura aproximadamente 2 horas, ideales para relajarse o disfrutar en familia de los espectaculares escenarios de la isla.

        Cuál es la ubicación de Los Gigantes?

        La villa marítima de Los Gigantes está ubicada a 28* 15′ N y 16* 50′ W, a solo 5 grados norte del Trópico de Cáncer, y en la costa Oeste de la isla de Tenerife, rodeada de imponentes acantilados. Debido a que el clima de la isla está dominado por vientos del NE., la ubicación geográfica de Los Gigantes y los acantilados que la rodean la convierten en uno de los lugares más cálidos y apacibles para disfrutar del sol y del mar. Además de la oportunidad de bucear en un escenario magnificente, los visitantes de la villa encontraran diversas atracciones en un entorno familiar y distendido.

        Para más información visite la web de información turística de Tenerife.

        Diving in Tenerife

        Tenerife (Spanish: Tenerife) is the largest island in the archipelago of the seven Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. It occupies a central position relative to the islands of the archipelago and, together with the three neighboring islands of Palma, Gomera and Hierro, is part of the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, with its administrative center in the city of the same name.

        Mount Teide rises in the center of the island (3718 m above sea level, the highest point in Spain). The last volcanic eruption in Tenerife occurred at 1909 year.

        Diving in Tenerife is not yet well known, but the popularity of the island is growing every year. The waters of the Canary Islands are fraught with unprecedented riches, and sunken pirate ships, as the legends say, hid in its depths forever. The unexplored dive sites of Tenerife attract adventurers and captivate even the most sophisticated diver with their beauty. That is why diving in Tenerife seems so attractive: every dive promises to be unforgettable!

        Near Tenerife there are more than three dozen interesting dive sites. Most dive sites are located on the southern and southwestern coasts of the island. The water temperature in the ocean near the southern shores is higher (22-23C in May-June), and the waves are much smaller. There is a variety of underwater animals – large inhabitants of the seas – huge stingrays, sharks, turtles. In addition to living creatures, you can admire bizarre underwater landscapes. An island of volcanic origin, lava solidified under water in the most bizarre forms and different colors – from dark shades to bright white.

        For the adventurous, there are several wrecks and caves, the most interesting being Abama Cave. Entrance from the ocean, maximum depth – 8-12 meters.

        [based on Wikipedia, http://ola-aventura.ru and http://www.webtenerife.ru]

        Tour program (11 days/10 nights):

        1 day June 2 2018 Departure from Moscow to Tenerife by direct flight at 12.10.

        Aeroflot airline. Sheremetyevo airport. Arrival in Tenerife at 16. 30. Flight time is 7 hours 20 minutes.

        Accommodation at the hotel PARAISO DEL SOL APTS BB. Walk along the promenade, dinner in a restaurant!

        APARTMENTOS PONDEROSA is located in the heart of Playa de las Americas on the south coast of Tenerife, 100 meters from the beach, casino and commercial area.

        The Adeje Congress Center is 50 meters away.In front of the establishment, guests can enjoy the Siam Park Theme Park. Located near the Las Américas golf course. It is surrounded by gardens.

        Hotel facilities: Internet access (Additional charge), Parking, Playground, Bar.

        Number of pools: Outdoor pool, Heated pool, Fresh water pool, Children’s pool Restaurant, Game room, 24 hour reception, Solarium, Terrace, Sunbeds.

        Room Facilities: Balcony, Bathroom, Safe (Additional charge), Direct dial telephone (Additional charge,) Satellite TV/Cable TV (Additional charge).

        Day 2 June 3, 2018 Transfer to the diving center at 7. 30. Filling out documents, selecting equipment, and… LET’S DIVE!!!

        2 dives. On the boat between dives, fouet sandwiches and soft drinks will be offered. Return to the port around 13.00.

        Tenerife is the Atlantic. There is a variety of underwater life – large inhabitants of the seas – huge stingrays, sharks, turtles. In addition to living creatures, you can admire bizarre underwater landscapes. An island of volcanic origin, lava solidified under water in the most bizarre forms and different colors – from dark shades to bright white.

        For Wreck Divers, there are three recreational dive wrecks. There are several caves for holders of cavern certificates. The most interesting is Abama Cave. Entrance from the Ocean, maximum depth – 8-12 meters. Diving in cavern mode is quite affordable.

        In the evening we will visit the Knights Tournament at the San Miguel Castle. Start at 20.00.

        The knight’s tournament takes place in the castle, where we can plunge into the atmosphere of the Middle Ages and watch the battle of knights from the stands. During the performance we will be treated to dinner and Spanish wine.

        Day 3 June 4, 2018 By 8.00 we get to the dive center, either walk one and a half kilometers along a beautiful road along the coast or take a taxi for 6-7 euros! We sit on the boat and make 2 wonderful dives! At 13.00 we return to the port.

        In the evening the Teide volcano is waiting for us!

        The visiting card of Tenerife – the majestic volcano Teide – is located in the National Park of the old crater Las Canadas. Its diameter is 17 km and its height is 3718 m. The giant Teide is the highest point in Spain and the Atlantic Ocean, and the Teide National Park is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

        The tour provides the opportunity to take a cable car (optional) to a height of 3.5 m and be above a geological masterpiece in which volcanoes, craters and lava rivers form an incredible and unique mosaic of colors and shapes.

        Day 4 June 5 Diving + rest. For those who wish – a night dive. (Additional 40EUR)

        Day 5 June 6th Sightseeing tour.

        The route of this excursion starts from the southwest coast – from the sheer cliffs of Los Gigantes. Continue through the valley of Santiago del Teide, from where you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Teide volcano, you will go to the northern part of the island, where you will admire the city of Garachico from a bird’s eye view.

        Meeting with the famous thousand-year-old Dragon Tree and a walk around the city of La Orotava with stunning architecture will certainly not leave you indifferent either.

        A stop at the observation deck will allow you to enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of the northern resort of Tenerife Puerto de la Cruz.

        Day 6 June 7 Diving + flamenco! Beginning at 19.30

        Flamenco show in Tenerife is divided into two contrasting parts. The first part showcases Spanish dance, creating a framework on which the extraordinary artistic world is perceived through combinations with other dance styles such as Argentine tango or modern dance. The second half of the show features some of the most contemporary artistic aspects. Show

        Flamenco is held in the Piramide de Arona, one of the largest such theaters in Europe. It accommodates more than 1,800 visitors and has state-of-the-art theater and audiovisual equipment.

        Day 7 June 8 – Day 10 June 11 Diving. 2 dives per day. Transfer with equipment to the hotel.

        Rest! And of course a festive dinner!

        Day 11 June 12 Departure to Moscow at 18.20. At 04.100 the next day we arrive at Sheremetyevo Airport.

        Flight Moscow – Tenerife – Moscow

        Hotel accommodation without food

        Airport-hotel-airport transfer

        Medical insurance

        The cost in restaurants for lunch and dinner is approximately 7-10 euros!

        The cost of the tour a year ago was:

        61600 rubles * subject to accommodation in a DBL +CHD room (Two adults + a child under 12 years old)

        63400 rubles* subject to accommodation in a double room.

        81000 rubles* subject to accommodation in a single room

        60250 rubles* subject to accommodation in a single room with a child under 12 years old

      • Equipment rental
      • Nature reserve entrance fees
      • PADI courses
      • ATV riding
      • Bars & Restaurants
      • Duty Free & Overweight Luggage (NOT shared equally)
      Diving & Excursions

      299 EUR – 5 Day Diving Package (Daily Diving)

      -49 Dive Package , including an excursion program for adults and 399 EUR for children under 12 years old.

      Diving in Tenerife

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      Teide (Spanish: Teide) is a volcano on the island of Tenerife, the highest point in Spain and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Height – 3718 m, relative height above the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean – 7500 m, is the highest peak in this ocean. The island of Tenerife is the third largest volcanic island in the world, the 17 km volcano crater (diameter, to be more precise, 12×17 km.) is also the third in the world (the first two are in the Hawaiian Islands).

      Tenerife Auditorio (Spanish: Auditorio de Tenerife) is one of the most famous and recognizable buildings in Spain, a symbol of the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and one of the main attractions of the Canary Islands.

      The city of San Cristobal de la Laguna is on the UNESCO World Heritage List in Spain.

      Candelaria Basilica – The temple is consecrated in honor of the Virgin Mary – Our Lady of Candelaria, patroness of the Canary Islands[1] and is the largest sanctuary in the Canary Islands.[2] The temple is a center of pilgrimage.

      Pyramids of Guimar – the island has six stepped pyramids of unknown origin.

      Acantilado de los Gigantes – The resort town of Los Gigantes in the southwest of the island. It differs in that the height of coastal, rocky cliffs reaches, in places, up to 500 meters above sea level.

      EKSKURSIOONID TENERIFEL JA TENERIFELT, MEELELAHUTUS – HINNAKIRI

      Tenerife Kompassi eestikeelne saaretuur toimub LAUPÄEVITI ja VÄIKEBUSSIGA.

      Galerii: http://tenerifeinfo.eu/tenerife-saaretuurid-galerii-fotod.html

      Marsruut: Vilaflor-El Teide-Santiago del Teide-Masca-Carachico-Icod de Los Vinos-La Orotava-Candelaria

      Kestvus :11 h, peatuseid minimaalselt 11 (ilusa ilma ja sõnakuuleliku reisiseltskonnaga ka rohkem).

      Hind: Täiskasvanu € 69.- laps (2-11) € 39.-

      Hind netist või telefonitsi ette broneerides: € 49.- laps (2-11) € 25.-

      Tenerife Kompassi venekeelne pargituur toimub PÜHAPÄEVITI ja VÄIKEBUSSIGA.

      Galerii: http://tenerifeinfo.eu/fotografii-parktury-tenerife.html

      Marsruut: Ahvipark ehk Monkey Park, Miniatuuride Park ehk Pueblo Chico, Liblikaaed ehk Mariposario del Drago, Nukumuuseum ehk ARTlandia.

      Kestvus:11 h

      Hind: Täiskasvanu € 79.- laps

      (2-5) € 29.-

      (6-11) € 49.-

      Hind netist või telefonitsi

      9ndette broneerides04 : Täiskasvanu € 59.- laps

      (2-5) € 19.-

      (6-11) € 39.-

      -5 € 11.- / 6-11 € 21.-) ja külluslikku lõunasööki Pueblo Chicos (kanaari grill veiniga, lastele spetsiaalne menüü)

      La Gomera ringreis

      Kestvus: 11 h

      Saksa, inglise keeles: E,T,N,R.L vene keeles: K

      Hind: Täiskasvanu € 60.- laps (2-5) € 8.- (6- 11) € 30.-

      Meie hind (ei vaja broneerimist): Täiskasvanu 49.- laps (2-5) 8.- (6-11) 25.-

      Hind sisaldab: buss, praam, giid, lõunasöök

      Teide-Masca-Icod-Carachico

      Kestvus: 8 h

      Saksa, inglise keeles: E,K,N,L

      Hind: Täiskasvanu € 30.- laps (2-5) € 8.- (6- 11) € 15.-

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist): Täiskasvanu 25.- laps (2-5) 8.- (6-11) 13.-

      Hind sisaldab: buss, giid

      Suure bussi ringreis

      Gigantes-Garachico -Icod-La Orotava-Puerto Cruz-Candelaria

      Kestvus: 8 h

      Saksa, inglise keeles: T vene keeles: E

      Hind: Täiskasvanu € 29. – laps (2-5) € 8.- (6- 11) € 15.-

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist): Täiskasvanu 25.- laps (2-5) 8.- (6-11) 12.-

      Hind sisaldab: buss, giid

      Vulkaan El Teide 1/2 päeva

      Kestvus: 5.5 h Saksa, inglise keeles: T,N vene keeles: P

      Hind: Täiskasvanu € 23.- laps (2-5) € 8.- (6 -11) € 11.50

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist): Täiskasvanu 19.- laps (2-5) 8.- (6-11) 12.-

      Hind sisaldab: buss, giid

      Lisatasu eest – köisraudteega Teide tippu sõitmine: Täiskasvanu € 25.- laps (2-11) € 12.50

      Loro Pargi pilet koos transfeeriga ЄIGA PÄEV

      Kestvus: 10 h (pargis ca 6 tundi)

      Hind: Täiskasvanu € 42.- laps (2-5) € 8.- (6-11) € 27.-

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist): Täiskasvanu € 39.- laps (2-5) € 8.- (6-11) € 25.-

      Hind sisaldab: buss, pilet (showd sisalduvad piletihinnas)

      Loro Pargi pilet koos transfeeriga + Siam pargi pilet – “TWIN TICKET” (Siami külastus vabalt valitud päeval) IGA PÄEV

      Hind: Täiskasvanu € 67. – laps (2-5) 8.- (6-11) € 47.50

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist): Täiskasvanu 59.- laps (2-5) 8.- (6-11) 43.-

      NB! Soodsaid TWIN TICKETEID saab meie käest osta ka ilma transfeerita.

      Monkey Pargi pilet  IGA PÄEV

      Hind: Täiskasvanu € 10.- laps (5-12) € 5.- 12) € 16.50

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist): Täiskasvanu € 18.- laps (3-12) € 16.00

      Hind sisaldab: tasuta buss, pilet (showd sisalduvad piletihinnas)

      LÕBUSÕIDUD OOKEANIL

      Vaalad, delfiinid, suplemine koos merikilpkonnadega – IGA PÄEV

      Hinnad (€ täiskasvanu/€laps)

      Wesipruul (Eesti jaht ja Eestist kapten), terve päev ookeanil (max 6-7 inimest) 79.- /39.-

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist): 50.-/25.-** TR

      Katamaraan Bonadea 2h 22.-/11.- *

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist): 17 .-/11.-

      Kaater Diamant 2h 45.-/35.- **

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist): 40.-/30.- TR

      Piraadilaev Peter Pan 3h 39. -/19..50** TR

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist): 34.-/18.- TR

      Katamaraan Abrazo 3h 60.-/30.-** TR

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist): 45.-/22.-

      Katamaraan Mustcat 5h 54.-/27.-** TR

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist): 42.-/21 .- TR

      Piraadilaev Shogun 5 h

      (Masca laht ja Los Gigantese kaljud) 49.-/24.50** TR

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist): 44.-/22.- TR

      TR – transfeerid sadamasse ja tagasi sisalduvad hinnas

      *Tasuta joogid pardal

      ** Tasuta joogid + söögid pardal

      ÕHTUNE MEELELAHUTUS

      Keskaegne rüütliturniir “keskaegses” lossis San Miguel

      Algus: 19.30 Toimub: T, N, L

      Hind: Täiskasvanu 53.50 laps (3-11) 26.75

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist): Täiskasvanu € 49.- laps (3-11) € 24.50

      2 koguses veini

      Flamenco show “Evolucion” Piramide de Arona kontserdisaalis

      Algus: T, N, R, L, P: 21.30 K: 20.30

      Hind: Täiskasvanu 47. – laps (2-12) 0.- laps (13- 17) 22.50

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist) : Täiskasvanu € 41.- laps (13-17) € 22.-

      T, N,: 21.00

      Hind: Täiskasvanu 35.- laps (11-15) 17.50

      Meie hind (ei vaja netist broneerimist): Täiskasvanu € 33.- laps (13-17) € 17.-

      Hind sisaldab: piletit

      PRICE LIST OF EXCURSION PROGRAMS AND ENTRANCE TICKETS from Tenerife Kompass SL excursion boutique.

      * Compass price – discount price.

      In order to buy tickets and excursions at the compass price, you need to book excursions online or buy several excursions / tickets at once (at least two). Discounted tickets and vouchers must be purchased online or at least 72 hours before the start of the tour or event at the Tenerife Compass Tour Boutique.

      FREE TAXI!!!

      Within the south of Tenerife (hotels and apartments from Los Cristianos to Fanabe) a taxi to our office costs € 3.5 – 6. If you come to us by taxi and buy excursions or tickets for more than 100 euros, we REFUND € 5.

      Tenerife Compass is located on the first floor of the Flamingo Suites hotel (please don’t confuse it with the Flamingo Club – it’s two hundred meters further from us) – on the opposite side of the La Pinta Hotel and the Centro Comercial Terranova.

      Av. Espana 3, Flamingo Suites, Adeje, Tenerife, Spain

      COORDINATES: +28° 4′ 48.26″, -16° 44′ 0.97″

      http://tenerifeinfo.eu

      http://mtenerife.com

      e-mail: info @ tenerifeinfo.eu

      Av. Espana 3, Flamingo Suits

      Tel: (+34) 663384322

      Skype: Tenerifeinfo

      We work:

      Each day 9.00 – 21.00 9000 42/€27

      * Compass price €39/€25

      Child (2 – 5 years old) – 8 euro 43 Child (2 – 5 years old) – 8 EUR

      EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY

      Flamenco show EVOLUCION

      Standard retail price: adult/child (3 – 12 incl.) €47/€0

      * Compass price € 41/€0

      BUS EXCURSION TOURS WITH ATLANTICO EXCURSIONES.

      Tours are conducted in Russian.

      MONDAY

      COMFORTABLE SMALL BUS TOUR – SIGHTSEEING

      Tenerife “THREE IN ONE – GRAND TOUR”

      Duration: Full day

      90€002 Standard retail price: 3 adults / 1 child 39

      * Compass-price €49/€25

      Lunch and wine tasting at the MUSEUM MALVASIUM are included in the price.

      DEPARTURE at 08.00-08.30 (COLLECTION FROM FANABE TO LOS CRISTIANOS, the bus picks up directly from the hotel for an excursion.)

      The pillars of the island tour are four sights, without visiting which it is simply a sin to leave Tenerife. They are – in the center of the island the towering volcano El Teide (NB! DO NOT CLIMB ON THE FUNicular), between the rocks of Los Gigantes (Los Gigantes) hidden so-called. the “pirate” village of Masca (Masca) in the hollow of the same name, the picturesque town of Garachico, the city of La Orotava (La Orotava) with its highest examples of Canarian architecture and on the eastern coast of the island the town of Candelaria is located, in the central square of which, in the basilica, the saint of the Canarians is hidden The Virgin of Candelaria (also known as the Black Madonna), whose chambers are guarded by bronze statues of the last kings lined up on the ocean.

      We will arrive back at the hotel at approximately 19.00

      MONDAY

      SIGHTSEEING TOUR in Tenerife + MACKA

      Duration: Full day, lunch (€ 13) not included in the price.

      Standard retail price: adult/child (3 -11 incl.) €29/€16

      * Compass price €25/€13

      Drive a full circle around the island and see Tenerife in all its splendor. Get to know the sights that will give you an idea of ​​the past and present of the island, the entire Canary archipelago and its inhabitants.

      What awaits you on this exciting day?

      Majestic cliffs and the breathtaking Masca Gorge – in the west of the island, the picturesque town of Garachico, the dragon tree of the city of Icod de los Vinos and tasting the best Canarian wines in the valley of Tenerife winemakers – in the north of the island, as well as the city of Candelaria – a religious center located on east, where, visiting the basilica, you will see a sculpture of the patroness of the Canary Islands, the black-faced Madonna!

      Attention! Don’t forget swimwear and towels. If you wish, you can swim in the natural lava pools of the city of Garachico. Free time will be given in Garachico, which you can devote at your discretion to swimming and / or lunch in one of the local restaurants (€6-€9per person).

      We will arrive back at the hotel at approximately 18.00

      WEDNESDAY

      Day trip to LA GOMERA ISLAND

      Duration: Full day

      Standard retail price: adult/child (3 -11€ 900/02) Compass price €49/€25

      Lunch and Silbo show included.

      An exciting ferry ride to one of the most beautiful islands in the archipelago!

      The main attraction of La Gomera is the Garajonay National Reserve, on the territory of which, at an altitude of 1400 m above sea level. sea ​​in the eternal fog, the forest of the Tertiary period “Laurisilva” – a laurel forest, proclaimed by UNESCO as a heritage of mankind, has been preserved.

      You will have the opportunity to get to know the culture and traditions of the island, to taste the real Canarian cuisine. During the meal, you will be given a demonstration of the “language – whistle” Silbo – a unique means of communication invented by the pre-Hispanic inhabitants of the island and preserved to this day.

      The day will end with a walk in the footsteps of Christopher Columbus, who in 1492 went on an expedition from the island of La Gomera, as a result of which he discovered America!

      We will arrive back at the hotel at approximately 18.30

      THURSDAY

      JEWEL TOURNAMENT AT THE CASTLE OF SAN MIGUEL

      Duration: Half a day

      Dinner with wine included in the price.

      Standard retail price: adult/child (3 -11 incl.) €53.50/€26.75

      * Compass price €49/€25

      Would you like to turn back the clock? To visit a real medieval tournament? Accept the invitation of the Count and Countess and visit the castle of San Miguel, where you can plunge into the atmosphere of the Middle Ages and the magical world of the Knights of the Round Table. Enjoy a medieval feast accompanied by the competition of the noble sons of your time.

      Support the knight representing you who will win or die fighting for your honor! A surge of emotions is guaranteed! The evening at the castle will end with an unforgettable party.

      back to the hotel at about 23.00

      Saturday

      Comfortable excursion on a small bus – a sightseeing on Tenerife

      “Dessert for advanced” or “Real Pearls Tenerife”

      Duration: Full day

      with a lunch at a restaurant/Guacinche Casa Africa (grilled octopus with papas arrugadas, local wine, etc.)

      Standard retail price: adult/child (3 -11 incl.) €79/€39

      * Compass price €49/€20

      from the hotel for an excursion.)

      Stops:

      ● Cueva Hermano Pedro

      ● Santa Cruz

      ● San Andres

      ● Playa de las Teresitas

      ● Taganana

      ● La Laguna

      Our journey begins with a unique cave church dedicated to the only priest from the Canary Islands, Hermano Pedro. As they say, the cave has a healing and miraculous effect, and those who came there from afar or not very pilgrims or just guests leave their secret requests and desires recorded there, which we will do.

      Through the capital of Santa Cruz (we are calling) we will arrive at the only white sand beach in Tenerife, which is also the largest artificial beach – in Playa de las Teresitas. We take sun baths and sunbathe. Through the picturesque San Andres, we will climb the Anaga mountain range and after crossing it, the beautiful Taganana awaits us at the end of the so-called superuniverse. On the way back from Tananagi, we will stop and walk through the modern dinosaur forest so-called laurel forest, which, according to many, is the most impressive in the Canary Islands precisely because of its splendor. We will make a few stops at the observation platforms built on the ridge of the mountain, for example, such as Pico Ingles (Pico Ingles), from where you can see the entire island up to El Teide towering in the distance.

      After refreshment, we will make another city tour of the former capital and the current university town of La Laguna, whose old town has been awarded to get acquainted with its sights, and those who wish to buy souvenirs in countless shops and shops can also.

      We will arrive back at the hotel at approximately 18.00

      SUNDAY

      TEIDE VOLCANO

      Duration: Half a day, if you wish to take the funicular + € 25

      Standard retail price adult/child (3-11 incl.) €25/€12.50

      * Compass price €19/€11

      Journey to the huge old crater “Las Canadas”, 17 km in diameter, in the center which is the mighty volcano Teide – the highest point of the kingdom of Spain, 3718m above sea level. The national park, which for its unique characteristics has been awarded the title of “Heritage of Humanity” by UNESCO. The famous “lunar landscape”, the variety of volcanic rocks, the rich flora and fauna with many endemic species amaze with an amazing play of shapes and colors that will make your stay here unforgettable. We will arrive back at the hotel at approximately 14.30

      SUNDAY

      PARK TOUR

      The park tour from Tenerife Compass is the most impressive Sunday not only of this holiday, but of your entire life.

      Four popular parks and more than one serpentine!

      TOUR COST:

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      Adult (12+) € 79 59.-

      Children 6-11 € 49 29.-

      Children 2-5 € 29 19.-

      INCLUDED:

      Guide service;

      All entrance fees:

      (Adult € 41.-)

      (Children 6-11 € 21.-)

      (Children 2-5 € 11.-)

      Lunch wonderful world of dolls.

      A magical day starts from 8.45 am to 9.15 am, when we pick you up by bus at or near the hotel.

      At 09.30 we are already at the gates of Monkey Park, where lemurs are eagerly waiting for us. They are avid for grapes and figs, and you have the opportunity to take dozens of photos of how these cute little animals sit on your arms or shoulder. In Monkey Park we will see other monkeys and creatures, we will wake up there for one hour in total.

      Leaving the Monkey Park, we move along the highway to La Orotava (about 1 hour), or rather to the next park, which is Pueblo Chico or the so-called. miniature park. Having seen enough of how lemurs feast, most likely we are hungry, so lunch is waiting for us: Tapas

      Main course – in Canarian marinade grilled meat on skewers

      Shriveled potatoes (Papas Arrugadas) with gravy MOJO

      Vanilla ice cream

      Water, red wine, rolls

      Children’s menu also includes chicken on skewers, as well as sweets in addition to ice cream.

      After lunch, we will make a circle around Tenerife in just an hour, those who wish (starting from 10 years old) can rush along the funicular through miniature Tenerife (for an additional fee) and, if desired, you or your whole family can make a Tenerife themed cartoon – also at extra charge.

      After Pueblo Chico, delicate butterflies await us in the Butterfly Park or in Mariposario del Drago. The ride between the two parks takes only 20 minutes.

      The day ends with a visit to a park unique in the world, not to mention Tenerife. Namely, in the spring of 2012, the museum of soft toys and art dolls ArtLandia opened its doors. This is an incredibly exciting world, built in a historic wine estate and hidden in a beautiful park, the existence of which the uninitiated usually do not know or suspect anything. We will see dolls, many of which cost more than the average class of a new car, and get acquainted with such a wonderful world where the birth of dolls takes no less time than the birth of a human child. Experience shows that once in the wonderful world of ArtLandia, it is adults who fall into more admiration than children.

      There is also a café in ArtLandia.

      After looking at the dolls and toys, we are on our way back, and after seven in the evening you will all be in your hotels.

      EVERY DAY

      FULL DAY BOAT ON THE OCEAN (6 hours) Min. 1 person, max. 6 pax

      SAILING YACHT, CAPTAIN SPEAKS RUSSIAN – WHALES, DOLPHINS AND SWIMMING WITH SEA TURTLES

      (Transfers to and from the port, lunch, soft drinks and alcoholic drinks included).

      Standard retail price: adult/child (3 -11 incl. ) €79/€39 *

      * Compass price €50/€25

      EVERY DAY

      € 22.- 2 hours On the catamaran Bonadea 2 on the Atlantic Ocean – whales and dolphins, sailing duration 2 hours.

      Children (under 11) – 50%

      *Compass price* € 17.-/11.-

      Departure: Daily at 11:00, 13.30 and 16.00

      Port: Puerto Colon

      EVERY DAY

      € 45.- 2 hours on the boat DIAMOND on the Atlantic Ocean – whales and dolphins, sailing duration 2 hours.

      Children (under 11 years old) – 35.-

      *Compass price* € 40.-/30.-

      Departure: Daily at 11:00, 13.30 and 16.00

      Port: Puerto Colon

      EVERY DAY

      € 50.- 1 hour Safari aboard a real submarine at a depth of 10-30 meters.

      Children (up to 11 years old) € 30.-

      *Compass price* € 47.-/28.-

      Departure: Every day except Sunday at 10:00, 11:00, 12:00

      Port: Port of San Miguel

      EVERY DAY

      € 39.- 3 hours on the pirate ship PETER PAN (with transfer to the port and back)

      Children (under 11 years old) – 50%

      *Compass price* € 34. -/17.-

      on the ship PETER PAN on the Atlantic Ocean – whales and dolphins, lunch on a yacht, swimming, sailing duration 3 hours.

      Departure: Every day at 10:30, 14.00

      Port: Los Cristianos

      EVERY DAY

      € 60.- 3 hours on the ABRAZO catamaran (with transfer to the port and back)

      Children (up to 11 years old) – 50%

      *Compass price* € 45.-/23.-

      On the ABRAZO catamaran in the Atlantic Ocean – whales and dolphins, lunch on the catamaran, swimming, swimming duration 3 hours. Departure:

      Departure: Every day at 10:00, 13.30

      Port: Puerto Colon

      EVERY DAY

      € 54.- 5 hours on MUSTCAT catamaran (with transfer to the port and back)

      Children (up to 11 years old) – 50%

      *Compass price* € 42.-/21.-

      Whales and dolphins on the MUSTKAT catamaran in the Atlantic Ocean, lunch on the catamaran, swimming, sailing time 5 hours. Departure:

      Departure: Every day at 13:00

      Port: Las Gaietas

      EVERY DAY

      € 49. – 5 hours on the pirate ship SHOGUN (with transfer to the port and back)

      – 50% Children (up to 11 years old)

      *Compass price* € 44.-/22.-

      Whales and dolphins on the pirate ship SHOGUN on the Atlantic Ocean, lunch on a catamaran, swimming, sailing time 5 hours. Departure:

      Departure: Daily at 13:00

      Port: Puerto Colon

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      Descent into the Masca Gorge

      18 kilometers from Los Gigantes is the Masca Gorge, where the village of the same name is located. You can get here by car along the mountain serpentine in about half an hour. Once near the gorge, you will have the opportunity to go down it with a guide or on your own, feeling unity with nature and admiring the picturesque black-and-green landscape.

      Los Gigantes is a real find for gourmets, each restaurant of the resort is an original establishment with an extensive and varied menu. The most popular among travelers is … Open

      You will also have a chance to test your strength and endurance. At the beginning of the descent, you will have to move along slippery and uncomfortable steps. Then you have to go along the path, and then jump on the stones, walk along the edge of the cliff, holding on to the rope, overcome various obstacles, for example, streams. During the trip, you can watch eagles circling in the sky above the natural landmark, and the guide will arrange for you to feed the birds of prey, forcing them to descend to your feet.

      Open Ocean Excursion

      In the harbor of Los Gigantes you can rent a jet ski, catamaran, motorboat or speedboat to ride the waves along the coast, admiring the beauty of the Acantilado de Los Gigantes cliffs. You can also book an excursion to the island of Gomera, to the caves or to the open ocean in one of the travel companies. If you choose the third travel option, then 30 minutes after your ship leaves the shore, you will have the opportunity to watch whales and dolphins and even feed them. You will also have a chance to get an adrenaline rush by tying a long rope to the ship and riding the waves holding on to it. Copyright www.orangesmile.com

      Los Gigantes is one of the most interesting and friendly resorts of the Canary archipelago. Local residents are distinguished by a cheerful and hospitable character, they love and know how to have fun. For tourists, their … Open

      Visit the observation deck El Mirador Archipenque

      There are many observation platforms in Los Gigantes. Some of them are located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. However, next to the resort there is another observation deck. It is called El Mirador Archipenque. You can get here along the TF-454 highway and stand on it, admiring the amazing view of the coast, the blue waves of the Atlantic, the roofs of buildings and pools. You will also get the opportunity to distinguish the islands of La Palma and Gomera in the distance. And it is from here that you can see not only the famous rocks of Acantilados de los Gigantes, which, like a powerful wall, rise from the Atlantic waters, but also the picturesque bay formed by them.

      Scuba Diving in Los Gigantes

      If you are a diving fan, you can scuba dive in Los Gigantes throughout the year. In the vicinity of the city there are many dive sites, excellent visibility, reaching 50 meters even at great depths, and amazing diversity of underwater flora and fauna. There is a diving school in the city harbor where you can take a course and dive in one of the many spots – for example, to the underwater basalt rock Atlantis, shipwrecked ship “Lolita”, Octopus Cave.

      Los Gigantes is famous for its natural attractions, and in search of interesting historical monuments, travelers should go to the outskirts of the city. Nearby is … Open

      Climb the Mount Teide

      You can climb the Tende volcano, located 98 kilometers from the city. There are several observation decks on it, from which a delightful view opens. You can rent a car and get on it to a height of 2356 meters. But if you decide to climb even higher, then you will have to walk or use the funicular. The walk will take you 5 hours. It’s easier to take an 8-minute ride on the funicular, which operates in good weather conditions every day from 9morning to 4 pm and accommodating 38 passengers in one cabin. With its help you can be at an altitude of 3555 meters. To get to the top of the volcano, you will have to take your passport with you and get permission in advance by going to the website reservasparquesnacionales. es. It will come to your mail, and you do not have to pay for it. If you have these documents, you will be able to overcome another 163 meters. You can spend the night at a campsite, which is located near the top of Tende. There you will get the opportunity to admire the starry sky and meet a beautiful sunrise.

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      Original sights of Los Gigantes

      Tenerife Auditorium

      From the series “Famous Expressionist Buildings”

      Check on the map: Distance from the center of Los Gigantes – 62 km.

      A beautiful landscaped garden is laid out around the building. These picturesque places are great for a memorable photo shoot. The Concert Hall was designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava and has been the main architectural symbol of Tenerife since its opening. It is noteworthy that it is distinguished not only by its unique architecture, but also by its special acoustic properties. Now the Tenerife Auditorium is considered one of the most first-class concert halls in Spain. …
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      Garajonay National Park

      From the series “Top 15 UNESCO sites in Europe”

      Check on the map: Distance from Los Gigantes center – 42.7 km.

      Travelers who love natural attractions in Spain will be interested in visiting the Garajonay National Park. It is located on the island of Gomera, which is part of the Canary archipelago, the park bears the same name with a rock, which is the highest point of the island. The area of ​​the national park is 40 square meters. km, a significant part of its territory is occupied by laurel subtropical forests. …
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      Active holidays in Tenerife – diving and surfing, kite surfing and windsurfing, golf and tennis – prices and reviews of tourists freestyle, yachting. It hosts international competitions, World Cup and Spanish championships in water sports, cycling, tennis, karting, golf.

      And for tourists on the island there is an opportunity to do their favorite sport or, on the contrary, to master something new, inaccessible in ordinary life.

      Detailed information about sports schools, clubs, addresses, class schedules, prices is easy to find on the Internet. And now – a brief sightseeing tour of the island – what and where.

      Tenerife is the largest and most popular of the seven Canary Islands.
      Photo: flickr.com/geoff247

      Diving

      Underwater diving in Tenerife is safe for beginners, but also attracts experienced athletes – sunken pirate ships, underwater rocks, grottoes, caves, rarely seen elsewhere bottlenose dolphins, loggerhead turtles , pilot whales, giant rays. Predators are not found in coastal waters, and angel sharks that appear in the Los Gigantes area are not dangerous to humans.

      Sea turtles can be found in the waters here.
      Photo: flickr.com/philippeguillaume

      Diving clubs and schools are everywhere, but most of all near the popular resorts in the south and southwest – on the beaches of Garachico, Los Gigantes, Playa Paraiso, Las Gaetas, Punto de Teno. On average, for beginners, the course will cost 70-100 euros (for half a day), for certified dives – 40 euros, for a group of 6 people. – 216 euros.

      At a diving lesson.
      Photo: flickr.com/webmink

      Sveta Nikolaeva:

      “Tenerife is a dream for divers – the richest underwater world and no predators. On Playa San Juan there is an underwater cave of extraordinary beauty, and near the village of Masca there are black corals. The pleasure is not cheap – equipment rental for the day is almost 15 euros, for 2 dives for beginners I paid 90 euros. I really enjoyed diving at night.”

      Hello, turtle! And I’m visiting you!br />Photo: flickr.com/43923289@N00

      Surfing for beginners and experienced

      In Tenerife, almost surf everywhere – long, short, soft boards, boards with leg loops and even without a board – in special fins and gloves. Most of the numerous surf schools are concentrated in popular tourist areas.

      A surfer in Tenerife is very similar to a surfer anywhere else. At first glance, you can’t tell them apart.
      Photo: flickr.com/glen_meye

      The largest school – K16 of the Canary Islands Surfing Federation – settled on Las Americas beach. Here you can take an initial or accelerated course, take individual lessons. Classes last 2 hours and start at 8.30, 11.00 and 16.00.

      Kozhin Vasily:

      “I took surf lessons at K16 – there is a Russian-speaking instructor. Lesson for 1 person – 70 euros, and for 3 people. – 50 euros. The waves are small, so it’s safe for beginners. I got on the board right away, but it was hard to row against the waves, then my hands dangled like ropes. You need to sign up for a lesson a day or two in advance.

      The main thing is to catch the wave .. or not to be caught by it.
      Photo: flickr.com/vituh3001

      Two-hour lessons are held every day for dummies right on the beach . Groups are selected by age and level of training (35 euros, including wetsuit rental, boards and insurance, for couples and schoolchildren – 5-20% discounts).

      Instruction and checking boards.
      Photo: flickr.com/lionsthlm

      Experienced surfers will be interested in trips to different spots, surf safari on new routes with experienced instructors (25-35 euros). Seat reservations are available at www.oceanfreaks.world.

      Surf club in El Pariso can be combined with a guided tour of the island, lunch in an authentic Canarian restaurant. The trip is designed for 8 hours (price for 1 person – 160 euros, for 4 people – 260 euros).

      Evening gatherings at the Puerto de la Cruz restaurant.
      Photo: flickr.com/gro

      Package surf tours are very much in demand . Cost (for 7-10 days) without a flight for single occupancy in an apartment with a kitchenette, a safe, a refrigerator, a stove – 430-540 euros, for a four-seater – 240-270 euros per person.

      Windsurfing

      The small resort of El Medano is very popular with windsurfers from all over the world , many “wind-dependent” Europeans even live here for years.

      El Medano is the windiest place in Europe, the northeast trade winds constantly blow here, and at an angle of 45 ° to the coast. Windsurfing is almost always possible here , there are 2 surf clubs: Playa Sur (www.surfcenter.el-medano.com) and Fanatic Board (www.fanatic.el-medano.com).

      Conqueror of waves and wind.
      Photo: flickr.com/rmainuk

      The pier divides the coast into two bays. The rocky beach of El Cabezo is the domain of local and visiting professionals, the best riders of the planet . There is a slanting strong wind, powerful surf, waves up to 4 m. The second bay is calmer – the wave height rarely exceeds 1.5 m – this is a great place for training. You can learn the basics of windsurfing in a couple of hours of training with an experienced instructor (15 euros per lesson).

      El Medano – the resort is not pretentious , but all the necessary infrastructure is there – shops, a pharmacy, playgrounds, bars and restaurants, an excellent beach, rental shops, equipment stores.

      We offer you to take a virtual tour of the city.

      Within walking distance from the beach there are several hotels, vacationers can rent apartments, villas. But accommodation needs to be booked in advance due to increased demand.

      Nikita:

      “We lived in Costa Adeje, 25 km from the wheelchair (20 minutes by car). The distances on the island are small, so it is realistic to live in any area. We rarely went to public catering, we found an excellent shop in Medano – they bought ready-made food there. It was delicious, the choice was large, everything was fresh – salads, meat, fish, there was a kitchen in the apartment.

      After skiing and walking, you can relax in one of the street cafes.
      Photo: flickr.com/peterallan

      El Medano hosts the first professional kitesurfing school and many excellent places for slalom and freestyle.

      Are we flying?
      Photo: flickr.com/alejandroamador

      Sports for the elite – golf

      In Tenerife – ideal conditions to learn how to play golf . All 8 golf clubs have a reputation as the best in Europe. Championship-level fields host professional tournaments, there are schools for beginners – unlike in Russia, they are affordable.

      The game of aristocrats is golf.
      Photo: flickr.com/fofasasw

      In the north of the island is located the oldest golf club in Spain – Real Club de Tenerife – just a few minutes from Santa Cruz, in the Las Americas area – the best in Europe Buenavista club de Golf.

      Golf club rates vary slightly. In Golf Las Americas on 27 fields, game sessions will cost 44-75 euros. Most favorable conditions for beginners – at Golf Los Palos and Costa Adeje Golf – lesson for 1 person. (50 min.) – 35-50 euros.

      Even children play golf in Tenerife.
      Photo: flickr.com/alecea

      Karting

      Tenerife’s two karting clubs are located near Las Americas.

      Karting Club Tenerife has 2 large tracks, one of which is international level (1200 m long). There is safe children’s track . Visitors can choose from 6 types of karts – from high-speed Superkarts to children’s Pony. Free buses run from Las Americas to the club. Opening hours – 10.00-21.00, daily.

      Ride in the Karting Club.

      Karting Las Americas has a smaller choice of cars, but it is located closer to Las Americas and prices are 10-15% lower (7 laps – 22 euros, discounts for children and youth).

      Tennis

      Most hotels have tennis courts. Russian-speaking coaches work at the Chayofa club-type hotel (Arona).

      The Tenerife Tennis Academy in Arona teaches children and adults at very affordable prices – an individual hour lesson – 35 euros, group lessons – 10 euros. Details can be found at www.tenerifeta.com.

      Learning to play tennis.

      And also

      Almost on all beaches you can ride a banana (20-25 euros per person), fly over the water with a parachute, rent a jet ski (100 euros / h), water skis and bicycles, a catamaran.

      Of those tourists on the beach, half are riding a banana, and half are waiting for their turn.
      Photo: flickr.com/barnimages

      There are 7 seaports on the island and for tourists it is possible to rent boats, boats, yachts with or without a crew, so that in the open ocean see whales and dolphins, go fishing – coastal waters are rich in fish.

      Tenerife Dolphins often swim alongside the boat during boat trips.
      Photo: flickr. com/pjs42

      Time spent in Tenerife can be filled with varied and unusual pleasures.

      Author: Lyubov Gladkova

      During your vacation on the island, visit the sights of Tenerife: Loro Park, Siam Park, Pueblo Chico miniature park, see the architectural symbols of the island – Auditorio de Tenerife, Torres de Santa Cruz, La Laguna, drive to the Anaga lighthouse and climb the slopes of the Teide volcano.

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      Archives Mediterranean – DivingPlace

      The Canary Islands are an archipelago located in the North Atlantic. They are part of Spain but have their own laws and consist of seven main land masses. They were formed as a result of volcanic eruptions and this makes scuba diving incredible.

      With its many sunny days, mesmerizing cliffs and golden beaches, the Canary Islands have become popular with tourists and divers. The geographical position of the Canary Islands next to the African coast is a kind of guarantor that positive temperatures remain constant all year round, and you can do underwater diving all 365 days.

      Dive sites

      The islands have mild winters and warm summers. Sunny weather all year round with average temperatures between 17°C and 24°C. The Canary Islands are washed by the Gulf Stream, which regulates the water temperature, keeping it within 17-18 ° C in winter and around 23 ° C in summer. Generally, 5mm and 7mm wetsuits are comfortable for divers. Excellent visibility, often exceeding 30 meters, depending on local conditions, ideal for exploring the following dive sites:

      Gran Canaria

      Impressive volcanic landscapes, clear waters and a variety of marine life – this is Gran Canaria. Gran Canaria is often referred to as a “miniature continent” as it boasts a wide variety of landscapes. You can enjoy long golden beaches in the south of the island and dense pine forests on the west coast. In addition, there is a wide variety of dive sites scattered throughout the island. Under water you can meet giant rays and angel sharks.

      Lanzarote

      Playa Chica Reef is home to 10 dive sites in Lanzarote, including the popular Blue Hole and the Cathedral. Seahorses, angel sharks, rays are just some of the representatives that you can encounter while diving. Here is the only museum of underwater sculptures in Europe. It was created to promote diving and protect the environment. Each exhibit was made from environmentally friendly resources in order to develop and support the ecosystem. The stunning underwater view makes the museum the number one dive site in Lanzarote.

      Tenerife

      Tenerife, just a few hours flight from major European cities. The island is considered one of the best areas for diving. There are dozens of different dive sites in the south. The depth of the dive sites varies from 6 to 40 meters, which makes diving in Tenerife accessible to divers of any level. Some locations are ideal for deeper exploration. A nice addition to the diving opportunities on the island are the wrecks of El Penon, El Condesito and Meridian. The water temperature averages 22 degrees with a weak current. When diving, there is a chance to see black corals.

      Fuerteventura

      Fuerteventura is one of the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa. In May 2009, it was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. The island stretches from north to south, with the longest and whitest beaches of all in the archipelago. Diving here amazes with a variety of flora and fauna: from anemones, gastropods and sponges to impressive flocks of barracudas. You can meet angel sharks, hammerhead sharks, whales, dolphins, large common rays, eagle rays, butterfly rays, big-headed turtles, common black and tiger eels, known as moray eels. Some of the interesting dive sites are Bajón del Río, El Veril Grande, Tower Boat, Las Salinas and Mole, which are suitable for beginners.

      La Palma

      La Palma is not as touristy as the other Canary Islands. It is commonly referred to as the “wild beauty of the Canary Islands”. But this is not because it is not suitable for recreation. In fact, La Palma has some of the most stunning scenery in Europe. If you are looking for a relaxing snorkeling vacation, Las Cabras dive site on La Palma is the best place to dive. Numerous volcanic eruptions on La Palma have created one of the most impressive underwater landscapes in the world. Here are bizarre lava formations, and steep walls, and basalt arches and canyons. Warm waters are rich in subtropical and tropical fauna. Visibility up to 40 meters. Dive sites are located throughout the southern half of the island.

      La Gomera

      Memorable scenery offered to divers includes bizarre rock formations and sandy plains. Not to mention the diverse fauna. Diving in the Playa Santiago area is popular because the Atlantic Ocean is usually calmer here. Diving around La Gomera, you can see not only shimmering schools of fish, but also much larger representatives. Barracuda and tuna, turtles and various types of rays are found in abundance here. Brightly colored parrotfish, groupers and scorpions can be found everywhere. Large rocks covered with sponges and unique stone formations form an underwater landscape rich in small living creatures. In addition to anemones and sponges, you can see sea snails and crabs. You can meet brown or black, and sometimes even tiger moray eel, hiding in the crevices of the rocks.

      El Hierro

      With a visibility of 30 meters, this place is famous for rare dives with devil manta rays, whales and sharks. The underwater landscape was formed as a result of volcanic activity. The seabed is covered with rock formations such as pinnacles, large bluffs, caves and tunnels. Dense vegetation on the rocks is rich in various small living creatures. Lobsters, shrimps, seahorses, black and yellow corals, anemones and sponges hide in numerous cracks and crevices. Diving in these crystal clear waters, you can meet tuna, parrot fish, groupers, flounders, snappers, angel sharks, octopuses, rays and various types of moray eels. In season you can see sand tiger sharks, manta rays, whale sharks, dolphins and turtles here.

      Getting there

      You can get to the Canary Islands by plane or ferry. Many airlines, including low-cost airlines, operate more than one daily flight. There are many direct flights from almost all European countries to many airports in the Canary Islands.

      The best way to travel around the Canary Islands is by car. Although there are buses, most of them do not run often enough to be useful for tourists. The sights of the islands are too scattered to be fully explored on foot.

      A car allows you to quickly and efficiently get where you want to go. If you need to tour the island, flying is a reliable and efficient way to get around. If tourists prefer to travel by boat, several companies also offer ferry services.

      Dive Clubs

      The Canary Islands has a huge number of dive sites and dive centers offering various scuba training courses or joining one of the underwater excursions. Among the popular clubs, attention should be paid to:

      ONE-TWO-DIVE

      The center offers the highest quality, service and safety. Comfort and customer satisfaction is a priority for the club. It works according to the PADI diving system. It is well structured with a huge range of exceptional learning tools. With a personalized and professional approach, instructors help guests relax and fully prepare for open water diving. The club strives to provide an unforgettable experience, inspiring love and respect for nature.

      Zeus Dive Center

      Zeus Dive Center is a young company located in the south of Gran Canaria in Playa del Inglés. Multilingual instructors work here. The club invites everyone to enjoy scuba diving. The dive center provides free transport from the hotel to the onshore dive sites. Customers are invited to try nitrox diving for free. Nitrox is available to all certified divers at no additional cost. The Padi Discover Enriched Air Nitrox Diver courses are one of the club’s areas of focus.

      Diveria Diving Center

      This is a 5 star CMAS dive center that offers quality scuba diving and guaranteed customer satisfaction. This is a young and highly motivated team that strives to provide the best service. The dive center invites all divers to a beautiful place to relax away from the hustle and bustle. Daily guided dive tours around the island are always conducted in small groups. However, there is a second option – diving from a boat in the harbor of Los Gigantes.

      Lanzarote Dive Center

      This is a 5 star PADI Dive Center, PADI TecRec and TDI Center and has been a successful diving school for over 25 years. The team believes that no matter where scuba divers were trained, what matters is their experience and skills in open water diving. Instructors strive to provide safe and fun recreational training from beginners to divemasters and assistant instructors, as well as in the technical diving field. Dives take place at various locations around the island and include shore diving and boat diving. The team looks forward to welcoming guests for a safe and fun diving experience.

      Diving reviews

      Scuba diving in the Canary Islands inspires many divers every year. In addition to a variety of dive sites with caves, wrecks and colorful volcanic reefs, there is a unique flora and fauna. Worth mentioning is good infrastructure, short flight times, mostly sunny weather and last but not least political stability.

      Scuba diving in the Canary Islands can be a highlight for everyone. Whether family, dive club, couples or solo travelers, the Isles of Eternal Spring have a lot to offer both above and below the water. Over 100 dive centers organize daily excursions to hundreds of dive sites. In addition, over 700 marine species can be found here, from stingrays to moray eels, cephalopods, crabs and groupers to angel sharks, turtles and rare manta rays. Everything is possible in the Atlantic.

      As the water temperature never drops below 17 °C, the Canary Islands are a holiday destination all year round. Spring break with colder water allows you to see a huge number of rays, snails and fry.

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      Tenerife has a lot of dive centers so the first thing they evoke is that there must be a reason why this industry is so thriving on the island. And, in fact, there are many reasons. For example, the climate allows diving enthusiasts to practice all year round.

      Secondly, the underwater visibility of is unparalleled in the entire island of Tenerife, which is always a prerequisite for unforgettable diving experiences.

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    Visit Tenerife for Outdoor Adventure, Cuisine, and Working Remotely

    As the dregs of last winter took hold, I was sitting in Ohio, dreaming about my first European summer. For years I wanted to spend the summer in Europe, drawn by the desire to experience the rustic coves, crystal-clear waters, gastronomic endeavors, and sunny days the continent is known for during peak season. Lingering over conversation – and perhaps an extra pour of wine – with friends as we watched the sunset, well, that would be the clincher.

    We hope you love the Hotel Vulcano and other Tenerife hotels we recommend! Just so you know, Matador may collect a small commission from the links on this page if you decide to book a stay. Listed prices are accurate as of the time of publication.

    A work trip to Tenerife, Spain, checked off each of these things, proving to be both a beautiful locale for a getaway and a productive place to post up and work. As a nomadic traveler for over a year, I’m always on the hunt for places that combine work and vacation while keeping the true essence of a place intact. Whether you’re looking to visit the island for one week or one year, there is something for every type of traveler to discover and get lost in.

    Tenerife is the largest of Spain’s seven Canary Islands and sits off the coast of West Africa. Airlines including SWISS, Air Canada, and Lufthansa operate direct flights from New York to Tenerife, making it easier than ever to visit the island. The island’s weather is warm all year round, with temperatures averaging 74º F. From the lush forests, majestic volcanos, and black sand beaches, this island is an excellent place to meld a passion for both seaside and on-water activities with hiking and other mountain excursions.

    Hotel Vulcano is an ideal place to base yourself

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    Photo: Booking.com

    Photo: Booking.com

    During my time in Tenerife, I stayed at Hotel Vulcano. When you first walk into the lobby, you’re greeted with a garden-like design as plants flow over the ceiling and ledges. The hotel is situated in a great location, making visiting the many beaches and shopping there convenient. The dining at the hotel is buffet-style for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The average room rate is €170 (about $170) per night, with many deals and packages offered throughout the year. The hotel offers several room types; with the standard room, the beds are on the smaller side and smaller than a regular twin-size bed.

    The rooms also have a balcony that provides picturesque views of the island and pool area. In addition, the hotel is equipped with amenities such as a gym, spa, and rooftop pool, which I enjoyed taking advantage of. The hotel is located in Tenerife South which has the most hours of sun on the island. It is also populated with plenty of hotels, restaurants, and attractions. I had a comfortable stay for the week and would recommend this hotel to families and travelers looking to stay in a central location.

    There isn’t an official business center in the hotel, but the lobby area has an “internet zone” that was suitable for any quick emails I needed to send. However, Tenerife is packed with several coworking spaces making this a perfect place for digital nomads to call their base. My only regret is that I didn’t organize a more extended stay.

    Tenerife proved to be the perfect place to cowork

    For remote workers looking for the best of the city, beaches, and pristine weather for an affordable price, Tenerife may be the next best place to call home. Tenerife Work & Play is an online resource helping nomads and remote workers navigate and move to the island. They offer assistance from everything in figuring out transportation to the best accommodation options. On average remote workers can cover all their basic expenses for about $1,500.

    While strolling through the island’s north side, I visited San Cristóbal de La Laguna, a World Heritage site by UNESCO since 1999. La Laguna still has its original layout but has modernized with the streets being filled with local thrift shops, restaurants, and coffee shops. You could easily get delightfully lost with every turn. While walking around, I stumbled upon a coworking space called SOHO La Laguna. This vibrant space in the heart of La Laguna is perfect for creative entrepreneurs looking to build with the community.

    Another coworking option in ​​Santa Cruz, a port city on the island, is Espacio Kernel. The coworking space is in a central location and is designed to encourage collaboration among remote workers. They have flexible membership options and are open to adopting the space to travelers’ needs so they can feel at home and create their best work.

    Photo Credit: Kernel Coworking

    Enjoying island cuisine with Spanish and African flavors

    The food on Tenerife does not disappoint. Everything I had was an electric combination of savory and sweet, an ode both to the island’s near-African locale and Spanish colonial influence. One must-try dish is watermelon salmon salad, by far the best salad I ever had, just enough to turn me into a pescatarian. My favorite part of traveling is wandering areas and finding hidden places to eat.

    During my excursions around the island, I found two places that I highly recommend, the first being Parador de las Cañadas del Teide. This restaurant is located inside a rustic hotel within Teide National Park. It is perfect for anyone visiting the island’s must-see volcanic sites. It’s a mountain house that blends into the surroundings with priceless views and food to match. The second place I indulged my taste buds was Hotel Laguna Nivaria, in San Cristóbal de La Laguna. This is more of an upscale dining place that serves a mix of fresh fish and meats.

    Travelers can never go wrong with wandering through Mercado Nuestra señora de Africa in Santa Cruz and buying local crafts from artisans, flowers, and fresh fruits and cheeses.

    What to see and do around Tenerife

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    There is no shortage of things to do on the island. For convenience, I booked all my tours through the operator Touring Canaries. Our tour guide for the week, Cristo, brought our trip come alive with local insight and an insider’s perspective that even a long-time digital nomad couldn’t offer. He also kept us on our toes with new and existing things to experience, such as touring Teide National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    We also stopped at Anaga Rural Park, which covers 14,500 hectares (35,800 acres) of lush green mountainscape, hikes within which provide some of the best ocean views on the entire island. There are also a plethora of hidden beaches on the island. With rental cars being $50 a day, spending a free day driving along the coast is an affordable and beautiful way to see the island. To cut this cost down further, rent a scooter. You won’t make it as far, but with some many beaches to visit — One of the most beautiful being Playa Montaña Amarilla, not far from the hotel — there’s no need to venture too far.

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    Living in Tenerife, Canary Islands


    A Piece of Spain off the African Coast

    By Joe Cawley


    A view from Tenerife in the Canary Islands.

    After years of monotonous routines, working only to try not to lag behind, my girlfriend Joy and I decided to check ourselves out of the rat race in a grey and damp northern England. We needed some warmth and color in our lives.

    Why Tenerife?

    The Canary Islands hug the northwest coast of Africa, maintaining a very agreeable subtropical climate all year round. The cost of living is relatively low. Away from the tourist areas, a 3-course dinner complete with wine costs around $5. Only the minimum of clothing is needed as casual attire is worn everywhere. Unless you live high in the mountainous regions, the only heating bills are for warming of edibles rather than the defrosting of limbs.

    Our business, in which we had no previous experience, is a small family bar and restaurant 20 yards from the black volcanic sand beach near the village of La Caleta. The terraced slopes behind us are speckled with white farm buildings; behind them are green pine forests culminating in the regal crown of Spain’s highest mountain, Mount Teide, a dormant volcano that imperially surveys the island.

    Canarian Culture

    The original inhabitants of the Canary Islands, the Guanches, are allegedly descendants of the Canarii, a Berber tribe from North Africa, but the culture is distinctly Spanish. Historically, the islands have very strong ties with Venezuela and Cuba.

    Most shops and offices close for siesta in the afternoon and the streets become quiet. Work takes second place to enjoying life. “Manana” may literally mean tomorrow; in reality, it means not today. Like all Spaniards, Canarians love to party, and fiestas are held everywhere throughout the year. In February, the capital, Santa Cruz, hosts the third biggest carnival in the world. For nine days, a quarter of a million people dance the nights away to the salsa rhythms of dozens of open-air bands.

    When we settled in the south to make a go of a business we were helped by many other expats who had made a similar move. Some newcomers head for the hills or for the lusher north coast, where little has changed for many decades. In hidden villages, families sit for hours in their doorways conversing, sharing earthenware jugs of locally made wine, and smoking Canarian cigars.

    All built-up tourist areas tend to attract the less salubrious characters eager to detach holiday cash and consumables from unsuspecting tourists, and Tenerife is no different. However, beyond these regions crime is scarce. Everybody tends to know one another and petty criminals are ostracized from the community.

    The air is very clear and the climate extremely healthy. There is a reasonably modern health service with up to date hospitals in the south and north of the island. Private healthcare coverage can be purchased for around $31 a month.

    So, if you are looking for a life of constant sunshine at an unhurried pace and a healthy environment, combined with a low cost of living and close proximity to the rest of Europe, there is no match for Tenerife. Much of this island and all of the smaller islands are still undeveloped, so business opportunities similar to ours still abound.


    A sunset seen from Tenerife.


    Buying Property in Tenerife

    There are quite a lot of old fincas (farmhouses) in need of restoration for sale, and these can be valuable investments.

    Tenerife Property shop, www.tenerifepropertyshop.com.

    JOE CAWLEY moved to Tenerife, the Canary Islands, in 1991. After successfully running a bar/restaurant for seven years, he became a freelance writer specializing in humorous pieces about life in his paradise.






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    With more than 900 miles of breathtaking coastline and ever-present bright blue skies, the Canary Islands are an amazing vacation destination. Tenerife, the largest of the islands, not only offers gorgeous beaches, but lush soaring mountains to hike, exciting nightlife, abundant wildlife and more. If you’re planning to visit, you may be overwhelmed with the many offerings, but these things to do are some of the best of the best for your visit to the island.

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