The Atlantic Museum
About the Atlantic Museum
The creation of the monumental Atlantic Museum project by artist Jason deCaires Taylor
aspires to create a strong visual dialogue between art and nature.
Designed with a conservationist approach to generate an artificial reef on a large scale, since its first installations in 2016, it has already achieved a considerable increase in the rates of species generation and abundance, being currently frequented by angel sharks, barracuda banks, sardines, octopuses, sea sponges, and the occasional butterfly ray.
The museum, which occupies an area of 50 x 50 meters of sandy seabed devoid of life is built with environmentally friendly neutral pH materials, and all the pieces have been designed to adapt to endemic marine life.
The museum begins its journey in an entrance, and ends in an exit.
It is formed by ten facilities that aspire to reflect the contemporaneity, making us question the use of natural resources.
Visit the Atlantic Museum
La Santa Diving arrange visits, for certified divers, at the Museo Atlantico (Atlantic Museum Project) usually on Tuesdays and/or Wednesdays.
Our trip to the Museum includes two boat dives.
First we dive at the beautiful Colorado reef followed by a dive at the Atlantic Museum, accompanied by one of our professional dive guides, certified as ECO guides by the Museum.
In between the dives, we have a break with a sandwich and soft-drinks on the boat,
All (new, superior quality) equipment and transport is included in the price of the trip.
The price is 108 Euros for the two dives plus an additional 35 Euros for the entrance fee to the Museum and the boat transport.
For bookings and more information contact us via email or visit us in the dive centre at Club La Santa.
Photos of the Atlantic Museum