Well-known for the Acropolis, yet offering much in the way of wrecks, Athens is a Tec diver's dream. Explore fascinating shipwrecks, many of which sunk during historic battles.
Relax on the sunny shores of Crete, where you are surrounded by scuba diving destinations. Spend the day exploring ancient relics, then head into the cool, clear deep.
Draped in mythology and deep cultural significance, the impressive islands of the Cyclades offer dive sites that are quite unlike any others on the globe.
Thrust out from Greece into the Aegean Sea, the twelve Dodecanese Islands are a must see for scuba divers, where clear water and prevalent marine life are the norm.
The seven Ionian Islands each offer their own wealth of antique cities with stunning architecture, relaxing landscapes, and scuba dives to accomplish.
Dispersed through the Aegean Sea, the islands that make up the North Aegean region of Greece are as lovely as they are ancient. Scuba dive in the clear water or hike the comfortable hillsides.
Steeped in antiquity, the Peloponnese Peninsula showcases some of the most memorable Mediterranean dives, with unforgettable shipwrecks and copious marine life.
The Aegean and Ionian Seas have a wonderful collection of nudibranchs, invertebrates, crabs, shrimp, eels, seahorses and other easily overlooked critters. If you're bent on seeing the big stuff, there's a good chance you can get your fix off Galaxidi on the deep Gulf of Corinth where dolphin and sea turtles are seen. Plus, reef sharks come here to breed and give birth, so keep an eye out for pregnant mothers. Night diving is particularly interesting because that's when cuttlefish, conger eels and octopus venture out of their daytime lairs.
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