PADI Courses - Entry Level
All our courses are directed by professional PADI Diving Instructors.
If you have never been diving before and want to try if you like it or not, you can do a PADI Discover Scuba Dive. In half a day we tell you the most important rules about diving, do some skills in confined (shallow) water and take you on a dive until a maximum depth of 12m. The PADI Discover Scuba Dive is an introduction dive to the PADI Scuba Diver course and PADI Open Water Diver course, so if after you tried to dive you decide to do one of these courses, you just continue.
The Scuba Diver course is a sub course within the PADI Open Water Diver course. A good option for those who don’t have the time to finish the complete course, or for those who only want to dive under the guidance of a qualified PADI professional until 12m. In the PADI Scuba Diver course we teach you the basics of how to scuba dive. The course consists of three parts: knowledge development, confined water skills and 2 open water dives. It takes more or less 3 days to do this course. After completing the course you can dive until 12m, under supervision of a dive professional. It’s easy to continue your training at any moment, to the Open Water Diver level.
The PADI Open Water Diver course is our most popular entry-level course. We take you through the basics of learning how to scuba dive and teach you how to plan a dive on your own. After completing the course successfully you can dive with a buddy until 18m, without supervision of a dive professional. The course consists of three parts: knowledge development, confined water skills and 4 open water dives. It takes more or less 5 days to complete this course.
After the Open Water course you can enhance your skills by continuing your training through the PADI Advanced Diver course or one of the PADI Specialty Diver courses.
Are you a certified diver but haven’t you been diving for a long time? Then we advise you to do a Scuba Review. In half a day you refresh you diving knowledge by rehearsing the theory you learned during the Open Water Diver course and refresh your diving skills by practising the basic scuba skills of the Open Water Diver course in confined water. The Scuba Review brings you back into diving again, and gives you the opportunity to continue your dive education by enrolling into an Advanced Diver or Specialty Diver course.
By Spanish law, the minimal age for all courses is 14 years
- DSD in confined water (minimum age 12 years)
- Project AWARE Specialty (no minimum age)
- EFR (no minimum age)
- DAN Oxygen Provider
For all courses a medical statement signed by a doctor is required