Churchill

Vargas Premium Reserve Connecticut Handgefertigt

FORMAT
Länge 185 mm.
Durchmesser 20 mm.
Cepo 50
Gewicht 17 gr.FORMAT
Länge 185 mm.
Durchmesser 20 mm.
Cepo 50
Gewicht 17 gr.

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Tendal

Bodega Castro y Mogan S.L.

Winery tours by appointment only.
Wine can be tasted and bought at the following address Monday to Friday from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm:
C/ Camino la Ermita 30, Tijarafe.

Phone Number:

922 490 066

Email:

contacto@vinostendal.com

Website:

http://www.vinostendal.com

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Franchipani

Kreative spanische Gerichte in El Paso

Freitag bis Dienstag
17:00 - 22.30 Uhr (Winter)
18:00 - 22.30 Uhr (Sommer)
Sonntag ab 13.00 Uhr
Mittwochs und donnerstags geschlossen

Phone Number:

922 40 23 05

Email:

restaurantefranchipani@gmail.com

Website:

www.restaurante-franchipani.com

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Carpe Diem

Seize the Day in Tazacorte

5:00 - 11:00 pm
Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays

Phone Number:

922 480 235

Website:

http://www.carpediemlapalma.com

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Bajón de Puntallana

Puntallana

It is recommended to access this site by boat as this area is highly influenced by currents. Its basalt bottoms are home to a wide variety of sea fauna: from groupers, corals, yellow gorgonians and crayfish to big amberjacks.
Depth: Maximum 30 meters
Difficulty level: Medium

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Charco Azul

San Andrés y Sauces

This area is entered at Charco de las Damas and leads over a field covered by Diadema sea urchins. The slope ends at Cape Punta Cumplida, near the Barlovento light house, where one can find big anchors on the sea floor, remains of former quays existing in this area. At a depth of 50 meters gorgonians and black corals can be found.
Depth: Maximum 26 meters for beginners, up to 50 meters for experts
Difficulty level: Easy

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Puerto Espíndola

San Andrés y Sauces

In this zone it is advisable to dive along the grade the whole time, as it offers protection throughout. It is possible to dive from one bay of the harbor of Espíndola to the other. Visible are porgy fish, yellowtail and parrotfish, as well as crayfish and other types of crustaceans. Dependent on the current high sea fish may be present as well.
Depth: Maximum 30 meters
Difficulty level: Easy

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Playa de Las Cabras

Fuencaliente

The sea floor is rocky, heavily jagged and drops straight down to about 15 meters depth. This creates ideal conditions for watching high sea fish, such as yellowtail, tuna or manta rays.
Above the shelf the sheer amount of porgy fish and Atlantic seamonchs is amazing. As a protection against predators the swim in round flocks. The wall, which runs parallel to the coast, is covered with sponges and black corals.
Depth: Average 30 meters, maximum 45 meters
Difficulty level: Medium / High
Your Review: The zone is subject to currents and wind factors

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Punta Larga

Fuencaliente

This diving zone is situated within the marine reserve and thus a diving permit is mandatory.
The underwater fauna is absolutely amazing: flocks of french grunts or stripped surinam grunts, to red mullets, breams, sawperch, parrotfish and many more. Also some rarer species can be found, such as blackbelly rosefish or the canary crayfish.
Depth: Average 15 meters, maximum 25 meters
Your Review: Protected from currents
Diving permit applications may be submitted to
DEPENDENCIA DE AGRICULTURA Y PESCA

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Bajón de los Petos

Puerto Tazacorte

Three minutes away from the breakwater wall, in the middle of the Puerto Tazacorte bay, is an underwater rock formation, consisting out of two cliffs, surrounded by black sand on the sea floor. At the bottom of the cliffs is a cave with numerous Atlantic horse mackerels, amberjacks and sometimes even tuna which are being attracted by the thousands of herrings, silverfish and sardines. When diving at the deepest point, always along the shelf, french grunts and stripped surinam grunts can be observed.
Depth: Maximum 46 meters
Difficulty level: Difficult

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