Scuba Diving at Medes Islands, Costa Brava, Spain

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The Medes Islands are an archipelago made up of seven islands and have been protected as a marine park since 1983. Twenty years of protection and the prohibition of fishing at the islands has brought about an incredible wealth of marine life from red coral to huge groupers.

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I’m a professional and socially responsible adventurer. I worked as a tour guide in America, USA and throughout Europe. I lead adventurers to Aconcagua (6962m) and climbed dozens of mountains in the Andes and Alps. I crossed The Andes by horse twice. I hold the unofficial mountain bike downhill record from 6800m, featured in 42 magazines around the world and recorded in a documentary shown in 9 Mountain Film Festivals. I’m a divemaster who has dove in three continents, discovered how precious are our oceans, and do my best sharing dive destinations to engage people to dive, love and protect our endangered oceans. Inspiring the adventurous tribe is my passion! Learn more at: http://www.thescubanews.com/contributors/manuel-bustelo/

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