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This wreck diving experience will make you discover the incredible marine life of the Atlantic Islands National Park of Galicia, and one of the most tragic nautical stories in Spain.
The Santa Isabel shipwreck, also know as the Spanish or Galician Titanic, sunk in 1921, at the foot of the lighthouse of the Isla de Sálvora, 15 meters deep. The accident took more than 240 people lives and it is a well know story among the local people. Its remains have been peacefully resting since then in the waters of the National Park, being a shelter for a great diverse and beautiful marine life, such as large conger eels, lobsters, crabs and multiple fishes of different species.
This adventure is suitable for all levels of divers and price includes air tank, boat transfer, weights and guide.
The price includes boat transfer, weights and air tank. Additional scuba diving equipment and insurance can be provided, at an additional cost.
Please note that this activity requires holding a valid diving certification.