Cyprus diving

Diving in Cyprus is one of the best experiences divers will get as the beautiful Cyprus offers a number of wonderful diving sites ranging from caves, underwater tunnels and much more. The waters, here in Cyprus are at a very good temperature for diving as they range from 16 to 27 degrees. In almost all of the diving sites there is great visibility underwater as there is no plankton in the sea.

In addition, there are many reefs, caves and tunnels for divers to explore as well as a variety of sea creatures such as fish, octopuses, turtles, mussels, sponges, corals and much more. For those who love Wreck diving, Cyprus has a number of wreck diving sites including the popular Zenobia wreck diving site, the Three stars wreck diving site and various others.

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Displaying 8 diving sites in Cyprus.

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The amphitheatre diving site is located in Paphos district, near the coral bay beach. This diving site is considered as one of the most popular diving sites in Paphos and is easily accessible by the public. The site ranges from 8 meters to a maximum depth of 22 meters and the most interesting point of this diving site is what appear to be an Amphitheatre at 9 meters. The diving site took the name...
The Devils head diving site can be found off the northwest coast of Paphos in the Akamas peninsula. This diving site offers a remarkable area of caves and interconnecting tunnels at a depth of 10 meters. This site took its name because of the rock formations as the rocks are hollowed in places. The site also offers plenty of marine life to admire as well as a series of swimthroughs. During the...
The green bay diving site is located at Famagusta district in Protaras on the east coast of Cyprus. In this diving site, divers will find fragments of ancient amphorae on the bottom of the sea and dozens of colourful fish to see and photograph. The depth of the green bay diving site reaches the 12 meters with visibility up to 40 meters. This diving site is considered to be a perfect location for...
The Manijin island diving site is a very popular destination for divers and is located in the Manijin Island which is very close to the Peyia sea caves. The Manijin Island is actually only rock and a very small islet which is only ideal for people who love diving and want to explore the beautiful diving site it offers. The site includes many interesting features including a blow hole, an archway...
The three stars shipwreck is one of the most famous shipwrecks in Cyprus. The ship sank in 1972 after catching fire and is now partly submerged in about 7 metres of water. It is just 30 meters of the coast and it is located near the Akrotiri area, just next to Limassol salt lake. The wreck is easily accessible and easy to be found by the public. The three stars shipwreck is a very interesting...
The Vera K wreck was a Lebanese ship which beached in shallow water during 1972. Originally, the wreck was used for targeting practise by the Cypriot military and during 1974 the ship was stated dangerous and therefore it was blown up. Due to that explosion, a crater was created which shelters the Vera K wreck at a depth of 11 meters underwater.Vera K wreck diving site is located very close to...
The white star wreck was a former Russian fishing boat which sunk on February 2007, near Yeroskipou beach while she was being transported to Limassol. This boat was originally known as Ivana Ivanova and was part of the Russian commercial fishing fleet in the Black sea. The name White star was given to the boat after a Cypriot company bought it. During the last journey to Limassol where the boat...
The Zenobia wreck diving site is rated as one of the top 10 wreck dives in the world and is located in Larnaca, in Cyprus island. The wreck is accessible by boat, only 1.4 kilometres of the coast of Larnaca. There is good visibility (up to 50 meters) and the top of the wreck is at 16 meters dept and the bottom of the wreck is at 43 meters. Due to the fact that there are only a few currents and...