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Buceo in Limassol

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!

Buceo in Limassol

Información breve

Limassol is a fantastic place for experienced and novice divers alike. The calm, clear seas and shallow dive sites offer ideal conditions for divers looking to blow their first bubbles underwater.

For more experienced divers, the variety of world-class wrecks, intricate caves and overhangs offer an abundance of underwater interest. Besides the famous Zenobia wreck - a 180m long cargo ferry complete with 104 lorries - you will find other sunken ships, a helicopter, cars, a jet ski and canons!

Deep wrecks and thin underwater channels make Limassol a great destination to train in Sidemount. Marine life around this island is certainly not boring! You will have the chance to see groupers, octopus, elusive sea horses, sea bream and moray eels. 

Entrenamiento recomendado

Take the PADI Deep Diver, PADI Sidemount Diver and PADI Wreck Diver courses for diving on the deeper wrecks, particularly the Zenobia. The PADI Enriched Air Diver course is also a good choice as enriched air nitrox is available on Cyprus.

Cuándo viajar

The best time to dive in Cyprus is from March to November, when you can find warm, clear blue water and calm seas. This is one of the longest dive seasons in the Mediterranean. While winter storms can whip up the Mediterranean, Cyprus remains one of the best places in the region to dive throughout the year.

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Lady Thetis - 31m cruise vessel built in 1953, now rests at 21m.

Constandis - 23m bottom trawler built in the former soviet union in 1989, now rests at 24m. 

Akrotiri - shallow dive suitable for beginners and abundant with marine life - groupers, moray eels, sea bream, bass and many octopus. 

Sharks Cove (no sharks though!) - spectacular cove on the Akrotiri Peninsula. The submerged tunnel starts and ends the dive where in between you glide along the cliff face.

Tombs - close to the shore this is a series of man made caves resembling ancient tombs.

Pyramid & Cars - located in the ancient Harbour Fish Reserve, these man made blocks resemble a pyramid at 18m. There is a sunken jet ski nearby at 12m. 

Big Country - great multi-level dive site with caves, overhangs and large boulders at 23m.

Aphrodite's Bay - top choice for night diving and the chance to see cuttlefish, octopus and sea horses. 

The Zenobia - arguably the best and most famous day trip you can do from Limassol. 40 minutes by boat and you'll discover this 180m long roll off cargo ferry sank in 1980 with a full load of 104 lorries. She sits between 19 and 42m. 

Qué ver

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.

Between June and September, keep your eyes out for turtles!


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El sitio del puerto más grande del país y la segunda ciudad más grande, Limassol tiene una población de poco menos de 200,000. La ciudad es el hogar de una gran cantidad de sitios económicos, históricos y culturales. Hay varios sitios arqueológicos en la ciudad que se remontan a casi 2000 AC. También es el centro de un sector de servicios dinámico que desempeña un papel importante en la economía de Chipre. Culturalmente, Limassol es muy rico con varios festivales y carnavales que tienen lugar aquí cada año. El carnaval de Limassol y la Fiesta del Vino son los eventos culturales más conocidos. Recientemente, la ciudad ha realizado serios trabajos de renovación en la zona del casco antiguo para rejuvenecer los sitios arqueológicos y hacerlos más atractivos para el turismo. Las playas de Limassol son perfectas para nadar, navegar, bucear y practicar snorkel.

Otros atractivos

Après dive is the time to explore those ancient Greek, Byzantine or Roman archaeological sites, enjoy ancient vineyards and citrus groves or just laze away the long, warm evenings with the Cypriot passion for sharing good food, good conversation and good friends. Stroll along the shore past the birthplace of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty. Visit turtle watching areas, including protected nesting sites with suitably accredited facilities. Winemaking has been a part of Cypriot life, stretching back nearly forever and the local trade has a growing range of interesting – and very affordable – gems awaiting interested visitors.  

Cómo llegar

Many people that visit Cyprus come on a cruise or tour, but there is an abundance of options for independent travelers. You can fly directly in or take a boat. There are two main international airports in Cyprus, Larnaca International and Paphos International. 

Importante: tu viaje, a cualquiera que sea el destino, se puede ver afectado por condiciones como la seguridad, requerimientos de entrada y salida, estado de salud, leyes y cultura local, desastres naturales y clima. Dondequiera que vayas, contacta con un organismo de información de viajes para obtener información sobre tu destino cuando planees viajar y también antes de marchar.

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