Advanced OWD course in Mallorca, Balearic Islands

From: 375,00 

Via Creu, 46, 07180, Calvia, Mallorca, Balearic Islands. See map
Between 2 and 5 days
From 08:00 h to 19:00 h
Available in: Spanish, English

If you already have a diver certificate and you want to take a step forward, learning more specific stuff, this Advanced OWD is the best course for you. The dive will be deep, with compass. This is a great opportunity to work with your instructor in improving your diving skills.

Sold By: Zoea Mallorca - EN
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What's included

  • Diving bottles.
  • Lead weights.
  • Educational material.
  • Certification rates.

Requisitos previos:

  • At least 10 years old.
  • Open Water Diver certification or similar.


  • 375 €/person

Aditional information

Mallorca equals world-wide-known beautiful beaches and small bays. But it’s not only about that! It’s also about nature, culture, water sports… There are many reasons to travel to Mallorca.

This island outstands because of its diversity. Throughout all of its coast you can find some of the best small bays and and sand areas in the Mediterranean: white sand beaches with all kinds of services, mixing with little pinewoods and cliffs in the north. Its crystal clear waters are ideal for relaxing baths and doing water sports, such as scuba diving, windsurf, fishing, sailing or even surfing.

Also its nature is outstanding. Around 40% of it is protected. Important spots worth visiting are Sierra de Tramuntana and Cabrera’s Archipelago Maritime-Terrestrial National Park, an hour away.

Each corner in Mallorca is a nice surprise. There are many itineraries and paths to walk that will discover you the diversity of the island.

Culture is one of the main elements of the island. Throughout the year all kinds of festivals, concerts, art exhibitions… The capital, Palma de Mallorca, is known because of the old part of the city and its nightclubs.


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