Limassol Wrecks, Limassol

    These two wrecks are part of the Artificial Reef program in Cyprus. The program, planned to sink 5 Wrecks at depths between 18 and 25 mt. in front of the shores of Aya Napa/Protaras, Limassol and Paphos The wrecks have been sunk in low current, sandy bottom areas, to create the best conditions for the…

  • Janchor Reef, Paphos

    Janchor Reef is an entrancing dive in depths between 26-35m. There are a number of small drops and caves to explore – search for octopi and morays in the smaller holes and small fish in the gullies and overhangs. The water here is so clear that, if you look up to the surface, the dive…

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    Cynthiana, Paphos

    From the Cynthiana hotel near Kissonerga village, this 10m dive site offers plenty of small holes, gullies and overhangs to explore. Easy access makes it a pleasure for all divers and it is a good alternative dive site for training.

    Church Bay, Paphos

    A fantastic and varied dive site, full if swim throughs and beautiful formations, with canyons, gullies and over hangs. Plenty of marine life including damsel fish, cleaver wrasse, trumpet fish and a few resident grouper. Enter from the shore to a mainly sandy bottom with a large cavern to explore on the far side of…

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    Bubbles, Paphos

    A rock bottom seabed with large holes in the floor leading to a series of interconnecting caverns and overhangs. Called ‘Bubbles’ because of the divers’ air filtering through the rocks. With a maximum depth of 9m there is plenty of time to enjoy this site and its marine life.

  • Amphitheatre, Coral Bay

    A site to the north of Coral Bay with reasonably good access. The fascinating feature of this dive is what appears to be an Amphitheatre at 9m which is actually a geological feature . Watch the waves crash above you offering a fantastic light show. Swim along a 8m wall and explore the various overhangs…

    Achileas Wreck, Paphos

    On a sandy bed lies the wreck of the Achileas, a Greek vessel which mysteriously exploded and sank in 11m of water in 1975. There are three main sections to visit, the most popular feature being the bronze propeller on the upturned stern, and there are still some complete portholes (not removable).

    100 Foot Reef, Paphos

    An entrancing dive in depths between 26-35m. There are a number of small drops and caves to explore – search for octopus and morays in the smaller holes and small fish in the gullies and overhangs. The water here is so clear that, if you look up to the surface, the dive boat should be…

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