Lov’Ocean Community Living is a global project of life, sharing and mutual aid oriented towards the discovery, education, training and awareness of the beauty of the sublime marine life of Tenerife and the Canary Islands as a whole.

What started with a simple underwater documentary project has become in a few months a real life project bringing hope, positive and committed.



Become Self-Sufficient and Independent


In a world where the cost of living, food, and house prices are soaring out of control, it’s inspiring to find peoples who have hacked the system and found ways to break free.


Develop the land: Cultivate gardens with the aim of achieving self-sufficiency and food independence.


Self-sufficiency: Living off-grid is about living a self-sufficient lifestyle, which is not dependent on external resources, because you create your resources, which reduces or eliminates your dependence on the system.


Sustainable living: It’s about living more sustainably. Without constantly consuming resources, you produce more than you consume. This has the added benefit of not only supporting your family, but also contributing to your local community.


Convenient living: Living off the grid is more convenient because when you reduce, reuse, and recycle, you get the most out of resources.


A smaller footprint: Living off the grid means you don’t use as many resources as most people and you reduce waste.


Less impact on the planet: When you’re off the grid, you live your life more in tune with nature, and as a result, you have less negative impact on the planet.


Renewable Energy: Using renewable energy makes sense. Using an energy source that is not renewable is absurd. Fossil fuels are not renewable, at least at the rate the world is consuming them. So it makes sense to use fully renewable energy sources, and those resources can be shared. Renewable energy is also more sustainable in the long run, and it’s just a smart way to live.


Used fewer resources: Living off the grid consumes fewer resources. When you live off the grid, you create more resources than you use, which benefits the local community.


Avoid consumerism and waste: Resource consumption is rampant and waste has never been greater. To reduce waste and consumerism, it is better to create and produce resources.


“When you live a sustainable and renewable lifestyle, you help minimize consumption and set an example for others”










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