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Tarragona: Kayak & Snorkeling in Llop Mari Cave

1. Tarragona: Kayak & Snorkeling in Llop Mari Cave

Dive underwater in the Llop Mari Cave with this kayak outing. Observe the vibrant marine life, learn to snorkel, and enjoy a boat cruise to the cave. Park your car for free near the Arenal beach and come to the wooden booth on the beach. Get your snorkel gear, including a fin and goggles. Hear a short safety briefing and learn the basics of kayaking before heading out. Once embarked, set sail for the Cueva Llop Mari. After about 60 minutes of navigation, the boat will reach the cave and you'll visit it. Snorkel in the cave with the fish for about 30 minutes before heading back to the beach.

L'Ametlla de Mar: Scuba Diving in the Sea with an Instructor

2. L'Ametlla de Mar: Scuba Diving in the Sea with an Instructor

Explore the seas of L'Ametlla de Mar during a scuba dive with a professional instructor. Enjoy a small group setting with just 3 people per instructor as you enhance your scuba skills and discover the underwater surroundings. Start your day at Port Marina Sant Jordi where you can enjoy amenities, like showers, changing rooms, and restrooms at the premises. Then, fill out your insurance documents and pickup your diving gear. After a brief explanation on safety and activity guidelines, drive to the beach in your own car. Begin your diving experience, usually at Cala Llobeta Beach, and explore the underwater world of the Mediterranean.

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What people are saying about L'Ametlla de Mar

Overall rating

3.3 / 5

based on 3 reviews

This is a great activity! It’s about a 20 min relaxed kayak to the cave and then we had plenty of time to snorkel once in the cave. We are a family with three kids aged 9, 11 and 14, none of the kids had snorkelled before but all enjoyed.