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Farayo / Großer Käse

Located near the Cala Ratjada port in Spain, there is a magnificent rock formation known as "Cheese" due to its resemblance to Swiss cheese with its numerous holes. This iconic site is widely recognized as one of the Mediterranean Sea's premier diving spots. The slight currents in the area make it a common gathering place for hunting barracudas and sardine shoals, providing an exhilarating experience for divers of all levels, from beginners to advanced or expert divers.

Connected to the Cheese rock is the north plateau, which offers a maximum depth of 28m. Although lacking the distinctive holes and passages of the Cheese, the north plateau is equally abundant in marine life, offering divers a captivating underwater exploration.

With a visibility of 21m and a maximum depth of 19m, this dive site offers optimal conditions for divers to fully appreciate the underwater marine ecosystem. Whether you are a beginner, advanced diver, or an expert, this captivating location caters to divers of all skill levels. Plan your dive adventure to this enchanting site located at Carrer Cala Gat, urbanització de Cala Gat, Cala Rajada, Capdepera, Llevant, Balearic Islands, 07590, Spain.

Last updated: 10 mo. ago - Oct 3, 2023

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