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Illa de Tirant

When departing from the Fornells Bay, on the right side, divers will encounter the picturesque islet of Tirant. This dive spot offers a range of possibilities, catering to both novice divers looking for a shallow scuba experience and more experienced divers seeking vibrant marine life. Exploring the perimeter of the islet reveals a diverse array of fish species.

Within the cove, an abundance of fish species can be observed, including salemas, mullets, groupers, damnselfish, and octopus. Venturing further around the islet presents the opportunity to encounter larger groupers, nudis, and gorgonias.

The dive site at the exit of Fornells Bay is ideal for divers of all skill levels, accommodating those who are trying scuba for the first time as well as advanced divers. The anchoring area boasts shallow depths, teeming with flourishing marine life and breathtaking rock formations. As divers descend deeper, they will be treated to sightings of larger species such as groupers, dentex, octopus, and nudibranchs while circling the islet of Tirant. Should divers have sufficient air, they can complete a full circumnavigation of the islet, concluding their dive in the shallow area where they initially anchored.

Divers can expect excellent visibility of 16 meters and a maximum depth of 16 meters at this dive site. With its accessibility and diverse marine ecosystem, this dive spot in Fornells Bay attracts divers of all levels, making it an appealing destination for those visiting Spain. The site is conveniently located near Ermita de Lorda, Carrer de la Tramuntana, Fornells, es Mercadal, Menorca, Balearic Islands, 07748, Spain.

Last updated: 8 mo. ago - Oct 3, 2023

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Overview of Illa de Tirant

Depth:16m
Visibility: 0m - 16m
Experience level:
beginner

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