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Cala Joncols, Costa Brava

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When people from the United States go on a European vacation, diving is usually not on the agenda. But the Costa Brava area on the northeastern coast of Spain offers some interesting diving. It might not be as colorful as the Red Sea or Indonesia, but add on the cultural experience, and it is worth a visit.
52 - Jan 2013 | Cala Joncols

Five years of legal wrangle over billion dollar treasure is over

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After more than 200 years and a five-year legal battle, Spanish treasure comes home.

Red coral poached in Spain

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Poaching accounts for the loss of up to 60% red coral biomass in the Medes Islands Marine Reserve of the Mediterranean coast of Spain.

Diving Andorra

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The tiny country squeezed in between France and Spain high up in the Pyrenees is probably not what comes into mind as scuba diving destination. Nevertheless, there is diving to be done here as well – ice diving.

Stingrays - Winged Wonders of the Canary Islands

X-Ray Magazine article |  
Los Gigantes is a small fishing community on the west side of Tenerife in the Canary Islands. It is named for the enormous cliffs that dominate the shoreline to the north of the village, but the name is equally appropriate for the gigantic rays that frequent the area.

Tamariu - a hidden secret

X-Ray Magazine article |  
I made up my mind quite a long time ago about whether or not I should entrust you with one of my favourite holiday destinations. Tamariu is not like any other small port town in which one can swim, dive and eat well. No! Tamariu is my little secret, and I share it already with quite a lot of other insiders. But if you like, I will initiate you now.
25 - Sep 2008 | Tamariu

Spain's navy locate 100 wrecks

The sinking of the Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes
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Over the past month, more than 100 suspected shipwrecks have been located by the Spanish navy in the Gulf of Cádiz, considered one of the world's richest hunting grounds for underwater treasure.

Spanish Freediving Champion Miguel Lozano trains in Tenerife

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Sharks off Northern Spain are opportunist hunters

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Feeding ecology of these predators in Le Danois Bank ecosystem is highly influenced by changes in prey availability

British divers plead guilty to taking artefacts from Spanish shipwreck

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Three British divers accused of plundering treasure from a shipwreck off Spain brought an end to their seven-year ordeal by striking a plea bargain with Spanish prosecutors.
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