We had a few days to spend in Calella, and with some extra time on our hand we thought spending a few hours diving would be a day well spent. After some research we found the only location to go diving in Calella, Spain. At the touristy hotel in town, and finally location with someone that would take us diving, International Dive School.
We sat down with a few of the divers while they were between classes and diving to understand where we need to go and any more details we needed. With a game plan made, a pick up location, and dive gear picked out. We were set to dive the next town over, first thing the following morning.
Bright and early, we headed over the next town, us 2 with another new diver, and 1 Divemaster, and 1 driver. Squeezed into a packed full parking lot, and suited up and wandered down to the beach. Lucky for us, it was more of a local beach with some nudist getting ready for a day of tanning. Not much to see as we did on our last dives while we were in Palau Diving, but any day of diving is a good day.
Because of our previous week of diving, we were on our A-Game of great buoyancy and airway control we got nothing of complements about our diving. We did see some sea life while exploring, on our second dive we found an octopus!! Not much to see in the area we dived in, we were told if you want to see more, to head further north up to the marine park. They do more then just guide experience divers, and have a variety of PADI certified staff. We dived with International Dive School in Calella Spain on short notice and accommodated us as best as possible Diving in this bay wasn’t as exciting as we were hoping for. Don’t book last minute, head up the coast a little more. We seen a lot of concrete blocks.