Scuba diving in Gran Canaria – Daily boat dives – Diving courses

Scuba diving in Gran Canaria with Scuba Sur Gran Canaria is a great experience. With over 20 years experience, we offer everything to turn it into a unique happening. At Scuba Sur Gran Canaria, located in the ANFI Del Mar resort, just between Arguineguin and Puerto Rico, we have direct access to our boat in the local marina and to a nice white beach. Thanks to the southern location we can dive with warm temperatures all year round and clear blue waters for a fantastic diving experience. Ready to go diving in Gran Canaria?

Dive sites in Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria is one of the best scuba diving places in Europe. Great dive sites with a wide variety of wrecks, rocks and walls. On our daily boat dives we often encounter lots of Marine life like Turtles, Angel Sharks, Rays, Morays, Cuttlefish, Octopus, Trigger fish and Trumpet fish. Want to discover some of our dive sites in Gran Canaria? Check out Mogán Wrecks or Pasito Blanco and many many others! Ready to join, just book your dives online or visit us at the shop upon your arrival. Just make sure not to forget your diving license. We plan the dives together in order to guarantee you the best diving experience.

Scuba Diving courses

Whether you are just getting the hang of diving, or are already an experienced diver Scuba Sur Gran Canaria has a diving course for you. Never have been diving before? No worries, our introduction dives are there to give you a glimpse of the underwater world and experience breathing under the water for the first time. If you decided to get your diving license, know we are teaching SSI courses from beginner to Dive Master. We have PADI instructors permanently available teaching all of the PADI courses. As safety is our main concern, we teach in very small groups of 2 students per instructor! Already an experienced diver and need a level up? Join us for some more advanced courses and broaden your knowledge.


Not ready to go scuba? No worries, our daily afternoon snorkeling trips can show you a glimpse of the underwater world.