North Cyprus is blessed with crystal clear warm water for most of the year. These calm clear waters often with visibility in excess of 30meters are perfect for diving. You can visit the site where the worlds oldest trading ship was found, you can swim with Rays, Wrasse and Groupers, you can find Octopus and Eels and you can of course meet the Loggerhead and Green Turtle, frequently seen in these waters. We do however have a strict look but dont touch policy. The coast of Cyprus is virtually tide less and it has one of the longest dive seasons in the Med making it an ideal choice for divers of all levels.
Zenobia Ferry Wreck - One of the top wreck dives in the world and arguably the best wreck dive in the Med. This impressive wreck sank in 1980 in around 40meters of water with a full cargo of over 100 lorries on board. It is now protected as an artificial reef and is the home to impressive schools of amberjack, conger eels, grouper and barracuda, along with many other species including large tuna. Approximately 200meters long lying on its Starboard side with its port side at 17meters this is a truly magnificent dive