We had a fun-packed weekend here at Freedive Ibiza, involving in-water and on-water activities in Ibiza and Formentera! Saturday we went to a lesser-known and slightly tricky to get-to cove in the North of Ibiza for for some snorkelling and freediving. Great for easy shore entry from the beach or boat houses, Cala d'en Serra is a pretty cove which is perfect for swimming and snorkelling around the rocks. We saw an octopus and enjoyed some little swim-thrus in the clear, calm waters. After this we went for a wander around the famous Las Dalias hippy market in San Carlos to get out of the heat of the day, followed by a cold beer and dinner on the verandah. Freediver and ex-Freedive Ibiza stude
This must be underwater love...
Having spent part of this winter and spring working in freediving training camps and major international freediving competitions in various stunning locations in the caribbean, you could be forgiven for thinking that a return to the mediterranean would be an anticlimax.
On the contrary! It's wonderful to be back in Ibiza's stunning clear waters, training with friends and new students, or simply going out for fun freediving sessions to explore underwater caves and swim-thrus... And a sunset freedive session is one of my favourite things! At this time of year we can happily be in the water until 9pm to watch the sun go down.
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