Here at Wildsea Europe we believe that nature is truly the number 1 decorator. With its elegant ease, appealing and humbling beauty, we still find ourselves in awe when we discover certain species.
As it is the case with the formidable so-called Christmas tree worms, or the Spirobranchus giganteus.… […]
Immersed in the current craze of the recent premier of the Star Wars saga latest film (December 10th in Los Angeles!), we take a closer look at one of the set´s magic locations: Malin Head. Found in the beautiful northern Irish county of Donegal, this is indeed one of the World class places to… […]
No, the dream is not over! For those who have the fortune of free time at the edge of autumn, the Scottish Hebrides are ripe for adventure.
The dream begins as soon as you depart the mainland of Scotland and head towards the west. The Hebrides are made up of rugged isolated landscapes carved from… […]
Most people have heard of Ibiza’s clubs and Majorca’s resorts. However, the Balearic Islands have so much more to offer than parties and sun-bathing. In these islands you can find some of the best conserved coasts of the Mediterranean. In honor of getting off the beaten track,… […]
As divers, we are privileged to see the world from an amazing point of view: under the water. Many times divers can witness firsthand the results of threats facing the ocean like pollution, warming waters, and coral bleaching. The sea now faces various issues and sustainable diving tries both to not… […]
Last June, United Nations held the Ocean Conference in support of the implementation of sustainable development goal (SDG) 14: conserve and sustainably use the ocean, seas, and marine resources for sustainable development. The conference coincided with World Oceans Day, an event geared at raising… […]
The stunning Costa Brava stretches along Catalonia's northern coastline and is famous for its protected coves, beaches, and rich history. Its name means ‘rugged coast’ because of its winding rocky coastline and topography influenced by the Pyrenees Mountains. Numerous natural parks and… […]
There’s something humbling and eye opening about seeing some of the largest animals on Earth in their natural environment. Did you know Europe is becoming a prime destination to go whale watching? This is due to the fact that it offers a variety of habitats and 40% of all known cetaceans in… […]