The great scarp in Mazarrón, with more than 2000 metres of underwater precipice, it is also the submarine highway of the Mediterranean sea, and an ideal spot for sighting cetaceans and other marine species.

Mazarrón Bay is one of the most interesting spots in Spain for cetacean sightings, due to its location and the depth of the marine seabed. 

On daily tours, lots of marine fauna can be seen in their habitat, such as dolphins, bottlenose dolphins, striped dolphins, pilot whales, sperm whales and fin whales, while instructors teach us more about them. 

Visit the website: www.cetaceosynavegacion.com