They are located right in front of the harbour of Puerto de Mogan. This is the furthest we attend to go to with our boat ATLANTIS, as the sail is around 2 hours from the harbour of pasito blanco.
The wrecks of Mogan are actually two wrecks that lay only 50 meters apart from each other. The older wreck, Alagranza, is partially broken and lies on it’s side. Here you can find grouper, octopus and rays. The latest wreck that sank over there for the submarine tours is the cermona II (picture). This vessel sank in 2002 and also lies on it’s side. Both vessels are at a depth of 20 meters.
Both vessels have a large amount of fish around them (partly because the submarine company feeds them) but we can find some rays in the sand as well. Most of them are stingrays, but we can also find eagle rays, bull rays, and waving people in the submarine.
If you’re interested in visiting these wrecks, make sure you visit them with let’s go diving and our boat ATLANTIS!
- Max depth: 20 meters
- Min level: open water diver
- Sightings: bull ray, eagle ray, stingray, roncedores, barracuda, octopus, nudibranch, cuttlefish,…
- Boat dive