Ayia Napa offers both beginner and advanced divers stunning dive diversity, with gin-clear water, visibility of up to 40 meters and a superb away of rocky canyons, tunnels and memorable shore dives.
Crystal blue waters astound visitors to Kyrenia, the center of activity on Cyprus’s northern shoreline. You can expect to encounter mild weather and ancient castles during your trip to Kyrenia.
Home to the world-famous Zenobia wreck, this city has a lot to offer divers and non-divers alike. Explore Roman ruins, Lazarus Church, a flamingo filled salt lake and much, much more.
Limassol's calm, clear waters make it a fantastic destination for beginner divers. For wreck enthusiasts, there are handful of great wrecks, plus the amazing Zenobia wreck nearby!
Graced with a Mediterranean shoreline is lovely Paphos, a Cypriot city where you can take in rich history, mild weather, and incredibly diverse scuba diving.
Indigenous life flourishes among the rocky shorelines and outcrops around Cyprus. This warm corner of the Mediterranean offers divers an exciting diversion from the usually cold temperatures and deep, dark waters. Plenty of fish, crustaceans, octopus and eels can be found on the reefs, and further out, you can encounter dolphins. Green and loggerhead turtles are regular visitors, especially in breeding season. And a reserve near Akrotiri brings divers face-to-face with groupers, moray eels, bream and bass. Plus, the astounding collection of sponges and soft and hard corals, paired with their ever present entourage of fish, is idyllic in the shimmering blue light.
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