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*Fares apply per person based on a trip for two persons. Indicated fares are the lowest available based on a return flight, excl. a €10 booking fee, €10 SGR-contribution, €2.50 for calamity fund and any credit card costs and/or local fees. Prices may vary based on fare availability for flight, hotel and/or car.

A leap into the unknown or happy as a clam?

Whether you are an experienced diver or planning a first dive on your next holiday, diving is a unique experience no matter what. It lets you discover a whole new world under water. The silence, the beautiful fish and the feeling of weightlessness offer total relaxation. With Transavia Holidays, you can book a flight to your favourite diving destination, including accommodation, rental car and optional other activities. So where will you go?

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Crystal clear water in Egypt

For many diving enthusiasts, Egypt is at the top of the list. The Red Sea offers fantastic diving all year round. Thanks to the wonderful climate, the sea water is always between 21 and 28 degrees Celsius. The diversity of underwater habitats makes the Egyptian reefs ideal for divers of all levels. Diving novices start gradually by exploring the shallow waters with sandbars and lots of coral, while experienced divers can seek out more adventurous dives among the old shipwrecks.

“Dive straight into history by exploring an old shipwreck, or admire the colourful coral and the unusual fish.”

The best places to dive

Planning to visit Spain? In that case, you can dive in the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea! These two very different bodies of water offer a wide range of diving experiences. In the choppy northern ocean, you may (with a bit of luck) spot blue sharks and even whales. Further south, in the Mediterranean, the water is a warmer and clearer. This offers fantastic visibility for observing the colourful coral and many species of small fish. The underwater world in Spain also boasts lovely caves and vivid green seagrass meadows. The seabed also reveals some historic treasures: dive near sunken ships or even downed aircrafts!

Island-hopping and admiring underwater treasures

With its exceptionally long coastline and almost 1,200 islands, Croatia is a fantastic diving destination. The waters of the Adriatic Sea are very clear and every Croatian island has its own well-known shipwrecks, steep canyons or cave systems for divers to explore. One particularly famous wreck among diving enthusiasts is the Baron Gautsch near Rovinj. This steam ship sank in 1914 and now lies 30 metres below the surface. The Blue Cave, famous for the gorgeous cerulean colour of the water’s reflection, is an amazing sight for divers. This cave can be found on the eastern edge of the island of Biševo. Choose which islands you’d like to visit and put together your own personal underwater tour.