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Diving Javea – IANTD Training Centre is the premier cave and technical diving training facility situated on the beautiful Costa Blanca coast midway between Alicante and Valencia. Diving Javea Tech offers you the option of courses from PADI TecRec,  IANTD, DSAT, TDI and is GUE friendly.
Our sole purpose and focus is your safety and providing quality of service on all our cave and technical courses as well as ensuring  your maximum enjoyment on a choice of diving expeditions to caves and wrecks.
We offer a variety of technical diving excursions to suit different levels of experience and can provide expert training for you whatever your level, from beginner looking for your first cave, cavern or deep diving experience through to seasoned technical diver veterans looking to explore the caves and wreck sites along the Javea coast line.

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Cave Diving

The famous Moraig cave system is only 20 minutes away from the Diving Javea IANTD Training Centre.   There are a number of well known cave systems very suitable for cave diving all within easy driving distance, and we are fortunate to have other unexplored caves systems local to our dive centre, some of which are accessible only by boat.


The unique feature of the Moraig fresh water cave is that its entrance opens into the Mediterranean  forming a hydrocline where the fresh water meets the sea.  The actual cave entrance is protected from the sea and weather by an open air sump surrounded by vertical rock walls.

Access into the sea is made easier for divers using a large cavern to the right of the car park on the Cumbre beach (see picture below).

Divers can kit up and drop in to the water and access the sea through an underwater tunnel well protected from the waves and avoid the swell and sand or awkward pebbles from a traditional shore entry. From here there is a short swim some 100m along the cliff face to find an opening in the wall (clearly visible from the surface); inside there is an amazing view of the rock walls rising some 100m up and to the left as you enter the open air sump can be found water conduit pipes and tubes that lead into the cave.

The first 200m of the cave are large with 5m diameter tunnels, maximum depth of around 20m but quite silty. The cave only drops below 30m after about 600m of penetration.

La Cueva del Agua,

La Cueva del Agua is one of the major caves of the Spanish mainland, and perhaps the only explored European cenote. It offers us an amazing view of nature’s uniqueness, with a huge variety of colors produced by the differing limestones, and mixed with white marble, bright red ocher and carbonates.  Because of thermal effects, the water is normally around 30ºC.

Its morphology and special structure due to corrosion that the limestone has suffered for millions of years due to slightly acidic water of volcanic and thermal origin, offering visitors an unforgettable spectacle of shapes and colors, and the ability to dive all year round at 29 ° C with crystal clear water.

La Cueva del Agua, also offers a very curious structure of sedimentation stalactites, composed of mud and covering all the walls and roofs of its submerged galleries.

Extremely fragile and easily broken with water turbulence generated by the passage of divers, generating a significant risk for loss of visibility by dissolving in the water. It is strongly recommended to ONLY dive along mainline, to prevent deterioration of the natural environment of the cave and avoid accidents due to loss of visibility.

The amazing sights within the cave more than compensate for the 2 hour drive to Murcia from Javea. 

If you want to learn more or you wish to rent or purchase Tech and Cave diving equipment, please feel free to contact us to discuss your requirements.

This are the Cave diving courses bij Diving Javea.


Discover Cave Diving

Cave diving is without doubt one of the most challenging and rewarding forms of diving you can undertake. There is a whole new exciting world of adventure and mystery just waiting for you to discover.

Cavern Diver

Can you see the light? If you dive within sight of daylight in the area near the cave entrance where natural light is always visible, then you’re in the cavern zone.

Intro to Cave Diving

Introductory cave diving is the second level in the development of safe techniques for cave diving, directly building upon the cavern diver course. This introduction to cave diving is not intended to train divers for all facets of cave diving.
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Full Cave Diver

Advanced cave dive planning, the practical execution of different types of cave systems and scenarios divers encounter are presented.