Canarian seascape is an extension of its volcanic orography with spectacular rocky formations (veriles, bajones, caves,…) and volcanic sand areas (sebadal meadow). Southern and Western Tenerife coast line, and Gomera Southwest coast are Protected Marine Zones, benefiting marine fauna and flora proliferation. Its warm water temperature all year around, together with the great depths that quickly are reached relatively near the coast, make this region a suitable habitat for big and midsize cetaceans, both pelagic and residents.
The number of dive sites is really high and there are still site to be found. Below we mention some of them between the most popular.