Wreck of Achilleas On a sandy bottom lies the wreck of the Achilleas, a Greek vessel that mysteriously exploded and sank in about 12 metres of water in 1975. There are 3 sections to visit. The upturned stern, the upturned bow, and the main crane, which form a 30 metre triangle. On the upturned stern you…

Shore Dive to Sea Caves The Sea Caves is a beautiful collection of caves, lodges and amazing sculptures, formed from the erosion of rocks over many years. This dive site boasts an incredibly rich underwater landscape to explore. A shore entry point gives access to this very interesting maze of gullies, overhangs and lots of…

Wall Street A long gully with many overhangs and small caves is the main feature of this popular site. Look for sponges and encrusted marine life on the walls of the gully. In the small caves you may find grouper and have a look for the stone anchor lying on the bottom. Depth 20m –…

Limassol Wrecks – Lady Thetis + Costandis The two vessels were sunk at the beginning of 2014 as artificial reefs for divers’ pleasure and sightseeing. The 28m and 25m long boats lie at 19 meters and 24 meters depth respectively and are prepared for penetration by divers, with lots of openings and exit holes. You…

Airport Reef Only 30 minutes by boat from Paphos Harbour. A lovely reef, stretching 200m along side the Airport Bay. Depth ranges between 5-15m. Many crevasses can be found along the reef from a 4m drop with interesting marine life. We meet at our comfortable and well equipped diving centre where our friendly and helpful…

Wreck White Star It sank on 18th Feb 2007 during transportation to Limassol. Formerly known as Ivana Ivanova, part of a Russian commercial fishing fleet in the black sea. During her last voyage temporary repairs allowing her to float to Limassol came undone.  Lying at 14m – 18m, 10 minutes out of Paphos Harbour.  It is…

The Valley Only 15 minutes from the Harbour, the top of the valley lies at 16m.  Its sides offer plenty of encrusting marine life and many small holes which are home to wrasse, cardinals and slipper lobster.  There is also a swim through towards the deeper end of the valley.  A popular site with macro…

Limassol Wrecks – Lady Thetis + Costandis The two vessels were sunk at the beginning of 2014 as artificial reefs for divers’ pleasure and sightseeing. The 28m and 25m long boats lie at 19 meters and 24 meters depth respectively and are prepared for penetration by divers, with lots of openings and exit holes. You…

Bream Bay Popular for its interesting rock formation, Bream Bay offers a mix of sand and rock bottom in depths of 22 meters to 27 meters.  The water here is usually very clear which makes it an attractive morning dive.  Look for moray eels in the small holes and grouper in the gullies off the…

Wreck of Achilleas On a sandy bottom lies the wreck of the Achilleas, a Greek vessel that mysteriously exploded and sank in about 12 metres of water in 1975. There are 3 sections to visit. The upturned stern, the upturned bow, and the main crane, which form a 30 metre triangle. On the upturned stern you…

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