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La Bota d’es Vedrà

Dive name
La Bota D’es Vedrà
20 m
Open water


With this name is known the submarine mountain that, to a mile approximately to the NO of Es Vedrà rises in the middle of the sea from a bottom of about -35mts to a few centimeters of the surface reason why only the swell can betray their presence.

This well known and valued enclave by divers is certainly one of the best diving points of Ibiza’s excellent funds. The considerable separation of the coast allows frequent observation of the passage of pelagic species such as tunas or serviolas and, almost always, schools of spathe or barracudas.

The immersion is simple although we must be attentive to the eventual current. Being a mountain more or less rounded, after anchoring we will descend to the maximum depth desired to start from there to surround the islet that on its sides S and E presents a more progressive fall while on the faces N and W stand out vertical cuts. In any case we will find on the walls a good vegetation cover and innumerable holes so that the small fish abound and, to a greater depth, the locusts, cicadas, morenas and perhaps some grouper. The whitish sandy bottom presents some medium sized stone and in navigation 0º stands an islet to the right, between -25 and -35mts deep. During the tour we will be attentive to the fleeting apparitions of servants who voraciously patrol these funds and, little by little we will culminate the turning of the islet in progressive ascent. Already near the surface, about -10mts we can stop to observe the almost sure presence of banks of spits that rub the surface in frantic hunting of their small prey.

With the authorization of Rafa Martos.

Access: By boat.

Access: By boat

Quality: Exceptional

Difficulty: All divers

Max Depth: 40m / 131.2 ft Currents: Medium (1-2 knots) Visibility : 30-35 meters

Sa Bota es vedra inmersion de buceo en ibiza

During the tour we will be attentive to the fleeting appearances of amberjacks that voraciously patrol these seabeds and, little by little, we will complete the turn of the islet in progressive ascent. Close to the surface, above -10m, we can stop to observe the almost certain presence of schools of spits that skim the surface in a frantic hunt for their small prey.

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