Frigate Hermenegildo Capelo was sunk within the program of revival of the ocean in 2013. All of it's inner part is available for inspection.
Oliveira e Carmo
Corvette Oliveira e Carmo was the first ship sunk in Portugal within the program of revival of the ocean in October 2012.
64-meter hydrographic vessel perfectly preserved and has interesting things for divers of different levels of certification.
Patrol ship R1147 or 'Zambeze' sunk almost vertically. Excellent condition of the vessel allows divers to examine it's inner part in details.
A huge ship that sank in shallow water became home for a variety of marine life. It's a great dive-site for beginners. You can find lot's of interesting things here.
Shallow depth and abundance of marine life, as well as the design of the vehicle makes this old barge very attractive for divers.
Experienced divers will find many interesting things at this wreck - from interesting designs to numerous marine species, inhabit the ship.
Wilhelm Krag - Norwegian cargo ship that was sunk in April 1917, by the German submarine U-35 on the way from Genoa.
Porto de Mos Wall
Paradise for underwater photography! Here you can spend hours watching octopus's games and cares of little sea-things.
Ponta Piedade Caves
Maximum depth is 10 meters. Two large and one small arch filled shoals of bream, octopus, nudibranchs, wrasses.
The structure of the bottom in the form of a 'Swiss cheese' is an excellent habitat for octopuses, catfish, large moray eels.
Large reef with arches, freaked with small caves where amazing creatures hide. One of the favorites among divers.
The highlight of the site is a 200-year-old anchor, located in the south-eastern part of the site, surrounded by smaller ones.
The best part is that here you can dive at any time of the year and almost any weather. Visibility conditions here have no value!
Swimming through the pipe, overgrown with gorgonians, you can make a wish that will definitely come true!
Dona Ana Stack
An excellent site for novice divers, which will leave unforgettable impressions of the underwater kingdom.