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On the sandy sea bed lies the wreck of the Greek vessel which mysteriously exploded and sank in 1975. There are 3 main sections of the wreck to visit, the most popular being the bronze propeller on the upturned stern section and the winch. With so many hiding places on this dive site we often…

Lofos meaning ‘hill’ in Greek, is a scenic dive site around a pinnacle rock reef, depth on this dive varies depending on whereabouts on the ‘hill’ you are, with interesting swim throughs and a small caves to explore as well as secret hiding sports for marine life. This dive is known for the amount of…

Amphitheater The fascinating features of this dive site which appear to be Roman built Amphitheaters are actually geological features, formed by a change to the tides over many years. Watch the wave’s crash above you offering a fantastic light show as you take a seat in one of three natural amphitheaters! Church Bay With an…

This beautiful reef is part of Airport Bay from where it takes its name, along the 200m stretch there are a series of amazing swim through and chimneys, gullies and perfect hiding spots for all sorts of marine life. As you swim through gullies, look out for Mediterranean fan worms (sabella spallanzanii) on the rocks,…

Similarly to The shoals this dives site is an adventure around the rest of the reef that keeps the Agios Demetrious shipwrecked. Slightly deeper than its neighboring dive site, Orphurus has a small crater within the sea bed which creates overhangs all the way along the reef edge, great for spotting Moray Eels and Octopus….

This dive site explores the southern side of the reef on which the Agois Demetrious wreck is stranded upon. The dive begins in an isolated area 3km away from the shore where the rocks just begin to break the surface, small gullies and craters are scattered throughout this dive site, many filled with Roman Amphora….

On the sandy sea bed lies the wreck of the Greek vessel which mysteriously exploded and sank in 1975. There are 3 main sections of the wreck to visit, the most popular being the bronze propeller on the upturned stern section and the winch. With so many hiding places on this dive site we often…

Lofos meaning ‘hill’ in Greek, is a scenic dive site around a pinnacle rock reef, depth on this dive varies depending on whereabouts on the ‘hill’ you are, with interesting swim throughs and a small caves to explore as well as secret hiding sports for marine life. This dive is known for the amount of…

On the sandy sea bed lies the wreck of the Greek vessel which mysteriously exploded and sank in 1975. There are 3 main sections of the wreck to visit, the most popular being the bronze propeller on the upturned stern section and the winch. With so many hiding places on this dive site we often…

Lofos meaning ‘hill’ in Greek, is a scenic dive site around a pinnacle rock reef, depth on this dive varies depending on whereabouts on the ‘hill’ you are, with interesting swim throughs and a small caves to explore as well as secret hiding sports for marine life. This dive is known for the amount of…

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