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15th Anniversary of Marine Conservation Research Diving in the Mediterranean

To celebrate this Kenna Eco Diving milestone, we have an added bonus for groups of divers

Girona river Onyar

Book a dive trip for a group of 6 to 8 divers and, as well as enjoying an energising week or two of fascinating Mediterranean diving, we will pay for you all to spend a weekend to explore the historic town of GironaTransfers and L'Escala accommodation included in the normal price. 

One lucky group who book to include the weekend 11/12th October will also be invited to enjoy an evening meal and join in our anniversary celebration party during their weekend in Girona, all for the normal October weekly cost! 

Contact Us Now to book your week(s)


Kenna Eco Diving Holidays offer you the best value scuba diving experiences in the Mediterranean

We are based in the family-friendly, traditional Catalan fishing town of L’Escala on the Costa Brava.

Groups and families who simply want to scuba dive can choose a varied package of coastal shore and boat dives. A dive within the famous Medes Islands Marine Reserve is a must. All diving holidays include your choice of accommodation and Girona airport transfers.

We have been scuba diving and researching the coast around L'Escala since 1999 and offer our ecological perspective, safe and enjoyable scuba diving, and quality services at budget prices. (All bookings help to support our marine conservation work).

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