Big Steps An interesting dive site that begins at 14 meters and dramatically drops down to a maximum of 42 meters. It is part of the Paphos reef that runs parallel to the shore and starts east of Paphos Harbor towards the airport. A fascinating site surrounded by overhangs, small walls, gullies, sea grass, rocks,…

2 tank dive: Wreck of Vera K & Amphorae Caves Vera K – This favoured afternoon dive takes around 20 minutes to reach by boat 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…

The Shoals An isolated area approximately 1 km from shore where the rocks just break the surface of the water.  Consequently, an area of many shipwrecks in ancient times which is now littered with pieces of amphorae.  In some areas, these pieces are cemented together in the shape of a ship’s hold.  Stone anchors can…

Wreck of the Laboe The wreck of the Laboe lies next to Moulia rocks in Paphos .The area has been declared as protected and no commercial fishing is allowed. The 21.5 meter Laboe was built in Rendburg shipyard, Germany, in 1940. It was brought to Cyprus to be used as a liveaboard diving vessel. In June 2014…

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…

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…

Amphorae Caves A dive in depths up to 12 meters.  There are number of caves to explore including the one that has amphorae encrusted in the roof. The American team of archaeologists who investigated the site believe this is due to movements in the sea bed over the last two thousand years.  The article by…

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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