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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…

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…

Wreck of Vera K This favoured afternoon dive is 15 minutes from Pafos 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…

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 Cynthiana Cynthiana – From the hotel of the same name this dive site, which has a maximum depth of 18 metres, offers plenty of small holes, gullies and overhangs to explore. Easy access makes it a pleasure for all divers. Look out for sea snails, starfish, slipper lobster and don’t forget to click…

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…

Valley of The Caves As the 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.  The varied sea life, includes wrasses, sea bream, trumpet fish, parrot fish, octopus, damsel fish, and…

Shore Dive to Cynthiana Cynthiana – From the hotel of the same name this dive site, which has a maximum depth of 18 metres, offers plenty of small holes, gullies and overhangs to explore. Easy access makes it a pleasure for all divers. Look out for sea snails, starfish, slipper lobster and don’t forget to click…

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…

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…

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