Diving in the Mediterranean Sea offers great visibility, warm temperatures, minimum underwater current and interesting and varied dive sites. Around Paphos we have dive sites with fantastic archeological features and amazing natural underwater topography suitable for the enjoyment of divers of all levels.

Scattered around the coast, there are various wrecks of different sizes. The vessels vary from completely intact, to having mysteriously exploded! Some of the wrecks we dive have sunk through natural events, whereas others have been placed to create an artificial reef and for the entertainment of our divers.

If you’re visiting Cyprus to dive, then there is only one dive should be at the very top of your list… We mean of course the wreck of the MS Zenobia off the shores of Larnaca. Zen, as she is affectionately known by local divers, has been rated one of the top wreck dives in the world! An ideal site for all experienced divers whether it is your first wreck dive or you want a series of technical penetration dives. The marine life in and around the wreck is also unique in Cyprus, nowhere else will you get the chance to see grouper, barracuda, tuna, turtle and trigger fish… the list is endless and all at the same dive site. Two dives on the Zenobia wreck is a good start, but it’s simply not enough!

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    Pascals Reef

    Made of big gullies, small drops and lots of crevasses, this dive offers interesting marine life.  There are lots of sponges and groupers are often spotted in this area. Depth 20m – 32m.

  • Montys Reef

    Only 10 minutes from the Harbour, this sheltered  dive site has a number of engaging features.  The reef is 12m deep and is surrounded by small gullies, overhangs and drops ranging 2m -4m.  There is usually a good variety of small fish life.

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    Green Gullies

    A morning dive situated 15 minutes from the Harbour.  There are sandy-bottomed interconnecting rock gullies with a variety of encrusting marine life.  Large boulders sit on top of the sand attracting small fish.  Depth 26 m.

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    Vera K

    This favoured afternoon dive is 20 minutes from the Harbour.  The Vera K was a Lebanese freighter that ran aground in 1972 and was blown up as a hazard to shipping in 1974.  It is still in four main sections and the bridge is fairly intact.  It lies completely submerged in a crater at 11m. …

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    Big Steps

    An interesting dive site that begins at 14m and dramatically drops down to a max of 42m, part of the Paphos reef that runs parallel to the shore  starting east of the Paphos harbor towards the airport, a fascinating site surrounded by overhangs, small walls, gullies, sea grass, rocks, archways  etc.. and home to a…

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    Valley of the Caves

    As its name suggests this valley has a number of small caves.  There are also interesting craters close by and one with a swim-through.  The attractive overhangs make homes for small fish such as cardinals.  Depths ranging from 9m – 12m.

  • Bream Bay

    Popular for its interesting rock formation, Bream Bay offers a mixed sand and rock bottom in 22m -27m.  Its normally clear water makes it an attractive morning dive.  Look for moray eels in the small holes and grouper in the gullies off the main ‘bay’.

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    The Wreck of Laboe

    Laboe  was built in Rendburg shipyard  Germany in 1940. It was a cruise vessel and was brought to Cyprus in 2006 by a private company to be used as diving liveaboard  vessel . It΄s length is 21.5m and breadth 5m. In June 2014 it was sunk in the area of Moulia Paphos as part of…

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    Manijin Island

    A very popular dive, this island is actually just a rock as it is small enough to dive around it on  a multilevel dive profile.  There are many features en-route, a drop-off, caves, an archway and blowhole.  One cave is spectacularly covered with pink and purple calciferous algae.  Depths 6m -22 m.

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