Sardina: marine refuge
Sardina is a small coastal village in Gáldar, at the North of Gran Canaria, which has become an interesting spot for divers.
The divers leave every day from the marina to look for the different underwater surprises this place has.
The access to the sea is done next to the marina stairs and a few meters away you will be diving in the shoals where you may see great species like the angel fish, some chuchos (a kind of ray) or small fish like the seahorse. There are also many species such as bogas, croakers or barracudas.
The nocturnal immersions are very popular because at night the fish colours and rocks transform themselves offering an impressive spectacle.
"Buceo Norte" is the diving centre on this side of the island, where you can rent the equipment, refill the air tanks or get instructions before getting in the water.