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Discover the best dive centers in Greece
Discover a magical little country, located between the Aegean and Ionian Sea; characterized by towns of white houses, blue-roofed churches, and famous Mediterranean cuisine...
Yes, you guessed it, we are talking about Greece!
Accessible to all levels of divers with its shallow diving sites, the dives in Greece have it all. Between caves and caverns, lobsters, scorpion fish and moray eels, there is so much to take in! Let’s not forget, of course, the famous Avantis 3 wreck, located near Epivadros: it is a dive site rarely explored, leaving the objects and clothing from the shipwreck largely intact.
You can also take advantage of the fabulous archeological sites at Santorini, Paros, and Crete: it should be noted, however, that these dives sites are strictly regulated. Be sure to respect the magnificent marine landscape, for the benefit of all who want to visit.
Here, the calm and warm sea will accommodate experienced scuba diving, amateur snorkeling or even other water sports: there is something for every taste!
The coastline of the Greek islands is one of the most biodiverse regions in the Mediterranean Sea, with a large number of endemic species. It comes as no surprise then, that there are more than 10 marine reserves located here.
Discover a magical little country, located between the Aegean and Ionian Sea; characterized by towns of white houses, blue-roofed churches, and famous Mediterranean cuisine...
Yes, you guessed it, we are talking about Greece!
Accessible to all levels of divers with its shallow diving sites, the dives in Greece have it all. Between caves and caverns, lobsters, scorpion fish and moray eels, there is so much to take in! Let’s not forget, of course, the famous Avantis 3 wreck, located near Epivadros: it is a dive site rarely explored, leaving the objects and clothing from the shipwreck largely intact.
You can also take advantage of the fabulous archeological sites at Santorini, Paros, and Crete: it should be noted, however, that these dives sites are strictly regulated. Be sure to respect the magnificent marine landscape, for the benefit of all who want to visit.
Here, the calm and warm sea will accommodate experienced scuba diving, amateur snorkeling or even other water sports: there is something for every taste!
The coastline of the Greek islands is one of the most biodiverse regions in the Mediterranean Sea, with a large number of endemic species. It comes as no surprise then, that there are more than 10 marine reserves located here.
Discover a magical little country, located between the Aegean and Ionian Sea; characterized by towns ...
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