Cap de Creus Natural Park

The Cap de Creus Natural Park, located on the Costa Brava of Catalonia, Spain, is a natural gem that combines stunning terrestrial landscapes with rich underwater biodiversity. This protected area spans 13,886 hectares, stretching from the mainland to the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea.

On land, the park presents a mountainous and rocky landscape, with cliffs plunging steeply into the sea. Its unique geological formations, such as the Cap de Creus peninsula, offer spectacular panoramic views. Steep trails lead to observation points from where the magnificent intersection of land and sea can be admired.

Below the waves, Cap de Creus transforms into a diverse and vibrant marine ecosystem. Its waters harbor a variety of underwater species, from colorful corals to fascinatingly shaped fish. Additionally, the presence of seagrass meadows contributes to the health of the marine ecosystem.

The combination of unique land topography and underwater biodiversity makes the Cap de Creus Natural Park an attractive destination for nature lovers and diving enthusiasts alike. Preserving this natural treasure is fundamental, and the park offers opportunities to enjoy its wonders sustainably through carefully marked trails and regulated water activities.

Exploring the Cap de Creus Natural Park is immersing oneself in a world where land meets the sea, creating a unique experience that celebrates the beauty and importance of nature in its purest form.


These are just some of the highlights that Cap de Creus offers. With its stunning natural beauty and rich history, this area of Catalonia is a must-visit destination for any traveler seeking adventure and authenticity in a privileged environment.

Cala Culip: This small cove is perfect for those seeking tranquility and untouched nature. Surrounded by cliffs and crystal-clear waters, it offers a spectacular landscape and is ideal for snorkeling and enjoying a relaxing day at the beach.


Far de Cap de Creus: The Cap de Creus Lighthouse is one of the most emblematic landmarks in the area. Located at the easternmost point of the Iberian Peninsula, it offers breathtaking panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and the coastal cliffs. It's a perfect spot to enjoy the sunset and capture stunning photographs.


Paratge de Tudela: This protected natural area offers a unique landscape, with rock formations eroded by the sea and lush Mediterranean vegetation. It's an ideal place for hiking and discovering the region's native flora and fauna.


Cadaqués: This charming fishing village is known for its white houses, cobbled streets, and bohemian atmosphere. In addition to strolling through its picturesque streets, visitors can enjoy the local cuisine in the numerous restaurants and bars in the village.


Camino de Ronda, Roses to Calajóncols: The Coastal Path from Roses to Joncols is a spectacular trail that offers breathtaking panoramic views and access to wild picturesque coves along the coast.


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Commitment and Conservation in a Protected Natural Treasure

At Eurodivers, we are proud to be part of the Sustainable Tourism Charter (CETS) initiative in the stunning marine environment of Cap de Creus.

The Sustainable Tourism Charter (CETS) is a practical management tool defined by the Europarc Federation that helps protected natural areas continually improve in the development of tourism activities, taking into account the needs of the environment, local population, local tourism businesses, and the needs of tourists and visitors.

Certified CETS Diving Centers play a crucial role in the preservation and sustainable management of the marine environment, especially in protected areas such as Cap de Creus. Here are some key reasons why they are important:

Marine Conservation: CETS actively engage in sustainable diving practices, minimizing human impact on marine ecosystems. This directly contributes to biodiversity conservation and helps maintain the health of marine life and other underwater habitats.

Environmental Awareness: These centers not only teach diving skills but also educate divers about the importance of marine conservation. They promote environmental awareness, advocating for responsible and respectful environmental practices.

Research and Monitoring: CETS often participate in environmental research and monitoring projects. They collaborate with scientists and organizations dedicated to better understanding underwater ecosystems and identifying potential threats. This information contributes to the development of effective conservation strategies.

Responsible Tourism: By adopting sustainable practices, CETS-certified diving centers promote responsible tourism and sustainable development. They contribute to the balance between human activity and the preservation of the natural environment, ensuring that future generations can enjoy these resources.

Collaboration with Local Authorities: CETS often work closely with local authorities and conservation agencies to ensure compliance with regulations and contribute to the proper management of protected marine areas.

In summary, CETS-certified Diving Centers play an essential role in promoting sustainable tourism and the long-term protection of the valuable marine resources of Cap de Creus. Their commitment to the principles of the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism ensures a diving experience that respects and preserves the rich diversity of the marine environment.

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