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 turtle season, divers who are really lucky might spot leatherback and green turtles in the area. The diving site is only accessible by a boat.

Open water qualification required.

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