Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the underwater museum, Museo Atlantico

The Museo Atlántico, Lanzarote’s underwater museum, is situated at a depth of approximately 12 to 14 meters, making it an accessible dive site for divers with basic certifications. This unique attraction blends art with marine life conservation.

Underwater statues are placed to create artificial reefs, encouraging marine life to thrive and alleviating pressure from natural reefs. These structures, often made from pH-neutral materials, serve as new habitats for sea creatures, promote biodiversity, and can also attract divers and snorkelers, benefiting ecotourism.

Yes, you can snorkel at Museo Atlántico Lanzarote. Snorkelers can explore the unique underwater sculptures, but note that while you can see the statues’ outlines from the surface, diving best observes finer details. A snorkelling trip to this site is an unforgettable experience for any visitor.

The first underwater museum in Europe is Museo Atlántico, located off the coast of Lanzarote, within the island’s UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. It offers unique sculptures for viewing by divers and snorkelers, enhancing the underwater experience in the Atlantic Ocean.

The water temperature in Lanzarote for diving ranges from 18°C in the winter months to about 25°C during the summer season, making it ideal for diving year-round.

We have a free pick-up service for Playa Blanca. We also pick up from the bus station in Playa Blanca. Other options are a rental car or a taxi

People of various fitness levels can enjoy scuba diving, but it’s generally recommended to have a basic level of fitness and health to participate safely. While you don’t necessarily need to be an Olympic athlete, being in good physical condition can enhance your diving experience and reduce the risk of potential complications underwater. Please download this medical questionnaire for more information.

We offer dives to Museo Atlantico for certified divers and beginners who have never dived.