Dive Sites


Location: Agios Minas
Type: Boat dive
Max depth: 45m
Suitable for: Technical divers
Description: A dive at the wreck of motor yacht Spetses M or the Tequila wreck as we like to call it due to the large amount of tequila bottles that can be found on the wreck! The wreck sunk in 2007 and lies intact on an upright position at a min depth of 40 meters while the bottom is at around 45 meters.


Location: Vronti cape
Type: Boat dive
Max depth: 50m+
Suitable for: Advanced and technical divers
Description: Diving at the edge of an extremely steep wall plunging deeper than 50m. Big groupers, the occasional pelagic species and the breathtaking wall make this dive a must for the advanced diver!


Location: Vronti cape
Type: Boat dive
Max depth: 50m+
Suitable for: Advanced and technical divers
Description: A virgin reef located few miles offshore keeps its secrets well hidden. The reef starts at 21m and extends deeper then 50m. Curious groupers and other, rare to see in the Med, fishes approach the visiting divers. As for the name… will tell you the story on our way to the dive.


Location: Ahata beach
Type: Boat dive
Max depth: 25m
Suitable for: Advanced divers
Description: One more cave found in the Ahata area. This one is big… the huge entrance is found at around 23m and as we continue to the inside the cave rises up to a depth of 13m. The cave walls are covered in Neptune’s lace and stone roses pseudo corrals and is usually full of Karpathian shrimps.


Location: Amopi area
Type: Shore dive
Max depth: 30m
Suitable for: Technical divers
Description: A marathon 2hrs long dive for those that like their dives long! Will start from Fokias bay and will cover the distance to Kastellia bay where we will finish the dive. This is a nitrox only dive on double tanks for divers with good air consumption. Do you accept the challenge?



Location:Kastelia Bay
Type: Shore dive
Max depth: 20m
Suitable for: divers of all levels
Description:A reef located at the exit of Kastelia Bay full of marine life with visibility in excess of 20m. Lots of overhangs and swimthroughs full of beautiful red sponges and spiral tube worms. An easy relaxing dive with duration of around 60 mins.


Location:Kastelia Bay
Type: Shore dive
Max depth: 14m
Suitable for: divers of all levels
Description:Huge rocks fallen from the nearby cliffs create a labyrinth of corridors for divers to swim along and under. Light rays illuminate parts of the corridor for some beautiful underwater scenery. Ideal for beginners or divers that haven’t dived for some time.


Location:Kastelia Bay
Type: Boat dive
Max depth: 30m
Suitable for: Advanced divers
Description: Two reefs running parallel form an alley that shelters large schools of sea bream and sardines. A fantastic window in one of the reefs allows us to swim through to the outside where large groupers and other denizens of the deep abound.


Location:Fokias Bay
Type: Shore dive
Max depth: 30m
Suitable for: divers of all levels
Description:Typical Mediterranean underwater scenery, rocky bottom with ocean grass-wrack in between. Great visibility and lots of spiny and slipper lobsters.


Location:Ahata Beach
Type: Shore dive
Max depth: 30m+
Suitable for: Advanced divers
Description:Wall dive with the divers swimming along a vertical cliff. Pelagic fish species (tunas, amberjacks) often visit and hunt in the area. Turn around point is through an impressive arch. At the end of the dive two caverns await the lucky divers.


Location: Ahata Beach
Type: Shore dive
Max depth: 30m+
Suitable for: Advanced divers
Description:Another deep wall dive in the beautiful waters of Ahata. Stingrays are very often visiting the area, resting on the sand at the wall’s edge. Rare yellows anemones and red sponges can be seen in the wall.


Location: Kyra Panagia
Type: Boat dive
Max depth:40m
Suitable for:Advanced divers
Description: Two dives in one highlighting the best of Karpathian diving. We start off in the deep part of the reef where a wall slopes down into the depths, keep an eye out into the blue here – you never know what might be passing. Then we follow the slope round to the wall of the bay where we swim among the boulders and rock formations found here, before finally swinging back out to the boat and the two sea mounds that give the reef it’s name.


Location: Diafani
Type: Boat dive
Max depth: 20m
Suitable for: divers of all levels
Description: A dive at MS Dias wreck sunk in 1988. The wreck is often visited by amberjacks and it is in pretty good condition.


Location:Diafani
Type: Boat dive
Max depth: 25m
Suitable for: advanced divers
Description:Amazing underwater landscape full of marine life. Groupers, amberjacks, dentex, moray eels and lobsters are not an uncommon view.


Location: Saria Island
Type: Boat dive
Max Depth:30m
Suitable for: advanced divers
Description:Impressive dive with the divers entering the arch at 10 meters visiting two colourful caverns and then swim through the exit of the arch at 30 meters. Full of marine life and pelagic species. Monk seals often visit the area.


Location: Pigadia Bay
Type: Boat dive
Max Depth:30+m
Suitable for: advanced divers
Description:A reef we have just discovered. Lots of large dusky groupers and gold-blotch groupers live in the reef. At the shallowest point of the reef a plateau at 20m lots of ammunition dating back to World War 2 can be found.


Location: Pigadia Bay
Type: Boat dive
Max Depth:12m
Suitable for: divers of all levels
Description: Visit 3 different caverns in one dive. Impressive colour as light rays illuminates the cavern through the roof. A monk seal that lives in the area sometimes waits for the divers at the exit of one of the caverns. Max penetration inside the cavern is 30 m.


Location: Pigadia Bay
Type: Boat dive
Max Depth:18m
Suitable for: divers of all levels
Description: Wonderful shallow reef teeming with life. The highlight of the dive is the ‘cathedral’ – a huge chamber with many entrances and beams of light from the ceiling.


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