SCUBA Travel

Diving Greece

7 September 2016
Until 2005, divers were given access to just 620 miles of the 10,000 miles of Greek coastline. Then the legislation changed and diving is now allowed throughout the seas of Greece.

Greece lies to the East of Sicily, with the Ionian Sea to her left and the Aegean to her right. Most of the Greek islands are in the Aegean. The weather is hot and dry in summer and mild in winter. Sea temperatures range from 15 oC in February to 26 oC in August.

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The Eastern Mediterranean is the last remnant of the Tethys, the 200 million year old ocean which disappeared due to the convergence of the Gondwana and Laurasia continents.

Economic problems plague mainland Greece at the moment, but tourism to the islands is holding up. Strikes are sometimes being called at short notice which can cause disruption to public transport in and out of Greece, especially Athens. It might be wise to take more cash than usual.

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Where are the Best Dive Sites in Greece?

According to the votes for the best dive sites in the world, the top rated diving area in Greece is Chios Island featuring caves, tunnels, walls and wrecks. Elsewhere in Greece diving highlights include the wreck of the Britannic. This sister ship to the Titanic lies off Tzia (Kea) Island at 120 m, so is only for technical divers.

There is also very good diving in Santorini, with its islands and volcano crater.

Antiparos Chios Corfu Corinthian Gulf Crete Halkidiki Kefalonia Lefkas Lesvos Mykonos Paros Rhodes Santorini Thassos Tzia / Kea Zante / Zakynthos


Diving Santorini

Santorini is the daughter of one of the biggest, if not the biggest, volcano eruption in human history. Once one large island, the massive blast broke up the land and created a 360 m deep caldera partially enclosed by the islands of Santorini, Therasia and the tiny Aspronisi. In Santorini, the cliffs rise red straight up into a blue sky.

At the centre of the caldera are two islands: Nea Kameni and Palea (or Palia) Kameni, meaning New and Old Volcano or, literally, New Burnt and Old Burnt. Nea Kameni is the protruding part of the still-active, but dormant, volcano. The last eruption was in 1950.

Writing in his first Greek Islands volume, Nigel McGilchrist says of the massive circa 1625 BC eruption
"(It) was so great that the airborne blanket of volcanic powder in the stratosphere provoked a period of climatic cooling around the world; it altered the course of history in the Eastern Mediterranean; and it may be the central event at the heart of the myth of Atlantis."

As part of a policy to return to native Greek names, Santorini is now officially called Thera. This was the name used from the 8th or 9th century BC until around the 12th century AD. At this time it changed to Santorini after the Saint Irene church of the Bishop of Thera.

The weather in Santorini is warm and dry from April to October. It gets colder and wetter from November until March. During this period many of the restaurants and shops close. The best time to go is in late May, early June or September. The weather is good yet the dive sites quieter than the peak late June, July and August. Although the water will be colder. In May and October we recommend a 7mm wetsuit for all but the most hardy.

Average Sea Temperatures in Santorini (°C)

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
16 15 15 17 19 22 24 25 24 22 20 18

There is diving on both sides of the main island of Santorini. No matter where you are staying it is only a short drive from one side of the island to the other. Two of the main tourist areas are Kamari and Perissa on the east of the island. Although these are very close together, they are separated by a hill which is impassable by vehicle and so to get between the two you have to drive across the island and back. (Or you could walk up and over the steep hill, passing the remains of the town of ancient Thera on the top.)

Although there are several wrecks in Santorini, the biggest is not dived. This is the wreck of the Sea Diamond cruise ship which ran aground east of Nea Kameni (new volcano) in 2007. We were told that the owners held back the salvage vessels and told the captain to take her into deep water to sink, so nothing could be recovered of the ship and the owners could claim the full insurance value.

" The Mediterranean does not have the sea life one would see in the Red Sea or Asia but the dives sites I visited impressed me! "
Agra-Maria, 21 April 2015

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Santorini
Caldera

Caldera means "a volcanic crater that is formed by collapse of the central part of a volcano or by explosions of extraordinary violence". Santorini's caldera has an area of 84 km2. It is an impressive site, surrounded on three sides by steep cliffs.

"The diving is mainly on the Caldera (volcano crater). Vis was excellent and water temperature was 25C, but the Greeks have fished the place out, so there ain't a lot of marine life to look at. Some of the rock formations on and around the volcano are interesting, and there are wrecks to dive on too. We dived with a company called Mediterranean Dive Club (tel: +302860-83080). We found them near the beach in Perissa on the other side of the island to the diving."
Dave Bromley

3-40+ m
Mansell Reef, Santorini

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"This is a reef in the middle of the open sea with a minimum depth of 3 m. At the edge of the reef the wall goes down to 200 m giving the feeling of the abyss. Colourful plantation and some sights of big fish that vanish in the open sea very quickly. Excellent visibility."
Vassili Mousoulea

40+ m
White Island (Aspronisi), Santorini

Reviews: 4 stars

"Wall dive. Small beach with shallow water good for snorkelling, drop off to 200+ m. "
Owen Butler, Manager of Navys Waterworld, 2009

Taxiarchis Bay > Nea Kameni > Santorini
Santa Marina Wreck

The Santa Marina was the first steel hulled boat to offer cruises around Santorini. She sank whilst moored in Taxiarachis Bay in 1975. Nea Kameni island is the top of the volcano. What is surprising is that for a 40 year old wreck there is hardly any life attached to her. The cause is the sulphur produced from the volcano. The only animal which seems to be resistant to the sulphur is the spiral tubeworm, Spirographis spallanzani.

The dive starts from the very sheltered bay where the tourist boats still moor up. It starts by diving a wall with the bottom gently sloping away. At the end of the dive you visit the wreck which lies from around 10 m to almost at the surface.

Reviews: 4 stars

"Wreck of a small passenger ship. Maximum depth 18 m."
Vassili Mousoulea

Palea Kameni > Santorini
Tug Boat

The old army WWII tug boat was sank in 2003 by Paul, owner of Santorini Dive Center, for the tourist submarine to visit. It is an interesting contrast to the New Volcano wreck: there is much more life on this one away from the sulphur emissions, even though it has been 28 fewer years in the water. On the wreck you can see the beautiful nudibranch Flabellina affinis, hydroids, sponges and damsel fish.

The bow of the wreck is in 34 m of water with the stern resting at about 27 m. It rises up to around 20 m. The boat moors up to a buoy from which it is a short distance to the wreck. An iron pole poking up from the seabed shows the way. The wreck looms out of the blue as you approach.

Doing this wreck as a first dive, followed by Adiavati reef makes for a very good day's diving.

Palea Kameni (old volcano) is just southeast of Nea Kameni (new volcano).

Reviews: 4 Star Rating: Recommended

"Wreck dive. An tow boat found at 33m, great visibility. "
Agra-Maria, 21 April 2015

Santorini
Palea Kameni

Reviews: 3 stars

"Volcanic rocks and small fishes."
Vassili Mousoulea

Santorini
Adiavati

This is a very good rocky reef perpendicular to the shore. With your back to the shore, dive the left hand side which catches the sun. The vertical wall goes down to a "path", like in the side of a mountain, before dropping further. There is a lot of life here: many small fish like wrasse and parrotfish, plenty of sponges, small grouper, clams and so on.

Reviews: 4 Star Rating: Recommended

"I was surprised how good the diving was for the med. The water was lovely and warm and the visibility was around 26-30 meters. There was plenty of life down there, including King Solomon's, Octopus, Barracuda, Red Snapper and Grouper. There was also a lot of coral. Red, Vibrant Yellow and Black. Clams, huge shells with snails in, some anemones. Apparently this was not one of the best sites, there are plenty more. Apart from that the Island is a lovely place to go for a holiday, with lots to do "
Sián

12 m
Remezzo Reef, Santorini

Reviews: 4 Star Rating: Recommended

"A marine park created by divers who were feeding the fish "
Agra-Maria , 21 April 2015

12 m
The Caves, Santorini

"Caves! lots of caverns and caves where you swim through "
Agra-Maria , 21 April 2015

3-18 m
Perissa Rock, Santorini

Dive on the east of Santorini

Reviews: 4 stars

"Local reef close to Kamari and Perissa. Good amount of fish, small pinnacle out from the main wall where you can often find purple nudibranch and moray eels. Depth to 26m max on Kamari side. 3-10 m in the bay, 12 m at pinnacle, 18 m beyond. "
Owen Butler, Manager of Navys Waterworld, 2009

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Diving Crete, Greece

Crete is the largest and most southerly island in the Aegean Sea.

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Crete > Elounda
Explosion

Barracuda and damselfish

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"Typical Mediterranean aquatic life. You find billion of little fish as well as big Groupers."
Maya Apostolides

Crete > Elounda
Kamini

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"In comparison to other places I have been to dive, it is magical."
Maya Apostolides

Crete
Shinaria

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"Picturesque bay! ideal for a family combination. Unique variety for a shore dive site! Experienced divers make wall dives along the drop-off on the left edge and a impressive cave dive along just aroung the right corner. Depths 12-35m Beginners and Open Water students make easy dives in the bay with a depth from 2-15m. The nice thing about this bay is that it offers a beautiful beach. Not too cowded. Sun beds and umbrellas are rented out by the owners of the simple but nice tavern on the beach. In between dives we always had a nice coffee in the tavern. Also the non-diving company had a nice time here and joined us when we were having our break.
I love this place!
"
Peeter Groen (Netherlands), 2011

Crete
Damnoni Old Harbour

Reviews: 4 stars

"Amazing little harbour which gives you the feeling you're in the previous century! very romantic shore location. This site offers a beautiful landscape with shallow areas rich of flora and fauna. It also offers great depth walls down to 40m! Always changing scenery.
This dive site is a dream for divers but not easy to reach. Not so nice for non-diving company.
"
Peeter Groen (Netherlands), 2011

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Diving Corfu, Greece

Corfu, Greece

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I know Red Sea is fantastic, but also can be frantic. Scotland 's west coast is great but cold. Paleocastritsa, Corfu, is my favourite compromise. This whole area is a hidden gem of underwater caves and arches, sometimes a bit more mystery than say the Red Sea now so well dived. Here you sometimes feel its a new adventure exploring. One dive myself and the divemaster acompanying discovered a new link between one cave and another better known one by dropping down a steep gully and creeping under a rock sill into the rear of a better known cave! There are also some wrecks, very nice, if you can get a day trip to the northern island near Mathraki. This is more an expedition, but we did a dive on a cement coaster (fairly intact but split down reef to 35 mtres) and a costal tanker barge in 20-25 level on flat sand. Getting right inside fairly intact engine room and cabin/Wheelhouse.

With careful flight sourcing (thanks Easyjet) and accommodation which can be inexpensive booked direct once you make friends with the locals. Self catering apartment within 10 mins walk of the diving centre (Achilleon Diving Center) cost 180 Euro for the week (2 Adults)in September. Warmest water and if it maybe rains, who cares, its warm and we are getting wet anyway! Also good discounts on diving September/October at season's end.
Donald, Scotland

Corfu > Paleokastritsa
Kolovri

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"One of my favourite dives, something new every time.Sheer wall, huge underwater arch, reefs dropping to 40m plus, one with a small hole leading into huge funnel shaped cave (42.5m deep inside) cutting through the reef from East to West. Huge shoals of pelagic fish feeding, moral eels galore and barracuda. Can be intermediate or advanced depending on dive profile. Part of dive also known as Monument with diving memorial. Arch through island can be easy for novice with care.
Donald, Scotland

Corfu > Paleokastritsa
Donald Place

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"Sheltered mooring looks unassuming, leads to two routes. Outer one round northern rock drops steady to 30 plus then round sheer rock wall with small caves at various depths.If you complete circuit of the little promontory it finishes in area of huge lumps of rock.Many small fish in shoals and moray eels.Return back at shallower depth along wall, seeing grouper below on thermocline.finish Through shallow gut between main body of promontory and satellite rock back to stop below boat. Very sheltered and easy for beginners, but can give experienced divers good workout depending on dive profile chosen.
Donald, Scotland

Corfu > Paleokastritsa
Liapades Reef

Reviews: 4 stars

"Easy dive around rocky reef in middle of bay. Good for novice with a lot of small fish shoals, nice overhangs small wall dive and has an amazing exit through a rock chimney onto a 5m shallow flat below mooring for the 3 min Stop.
Donald, Scotland

Corfu
Prasoudi reefs

Reviews: 4 Star Rating: Recommended

"Wonderful fauna and big schools of fish between big monolithic rocks emerging from deep some days with currents you can see some really big fish like tuna and in August you have pretty good chance to meet some turtles!!amazing overall!
Efi, 28 April 2015

Corfu
Black Sand Reef

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"Amazing place to be there inside and outside of the water!the place is so remote and the biodiversity of the place untouched! I had the chance to make cavern diving through giant gorgonnia and poseidonia plants! Lots of fish ever where and a nice bbq on the beach!
Efi, 28 April 2015

Corfu
Kontokali

"I dived a variety of sites during my stay, in all areas of the island, including some beautiful, remote locations. The dive centre ensured I saw a wide variety of the island's different underwater experiences. Excellent visibility (20 m). A large marine population, with a wide variety, I often saw octopus, moray eels, grouper, starfish, etc.

The operator I dived with was the Seven Islands Dive Centre. I would definitely recommend diving with them to others, and I will again. The dive centre arranged my accommodation for me and I found it to be clean, spacious, comfortable, with en suite and a balcony. It was also very cheap. Excellent value for money. "
Adam Young

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Diving Zante, Greece

Zante is also known as Zakynthos. It is one of the Ionian islands. In 1999 an area around Zante was designated a marine protected area1.

Argassi, Zante

"I went to Zante to the resort of Argassi in September last year. The sea life compared to places like the Red Sea isn't that great (but that is hard to compare to the Red Sea). The best thing that I found about diving in Zante was the Caves, they were fantastic, at times a touch scary as some of them you have around 1.2 m to get through but really really good. The hotel I stopped at was Zankantha Beach hotel which was quite nice but nothing special."
Matt Wilson

The Perseus, Zante / Kefalonia

The WWII submarine wreck of the HMS Perseus lies between Zante and Kefalonia. See below for reviews.


Diving Kefalonia, Greece

The Perseus, Zante / Kefalonia

The WWII submarine wreck of the HMS Perseus lies between Zante and Kefalonia.

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"Perseus submarine in Kefalonia. Best wreck dive!"
Cristiana Mihalitsianou Kefalonia, August 2015

The Perseus, Zante / Kefalonia

The WWII submarine wreck of the HMS Perseus lies between Zante and Kefalonia.

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"Perseus submarine in Kefalonia. Best wreck dive!"
Cristiana Mihalitsianou Kefalonia, August 2015


Diving Lefkas Island, Greece

Light House, Lefkas Island

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"The light house is a great wall with rich marine life. "
Giannis Kalopisis

Canyon, Lefkas Island

Reviews: 4 stars

"The canyon is between 2 walls of 15 m, with a swim through cave 30 m long."
Giannis Kalopisis

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Diving Lesvos, Greece

Vatera Wreck, Lesvos

"A commercial wreck recently found at 10 metres. Easy entry and exit."
George Filios, 2006

10 m
Vatera Wreck, Lesvos

"A fantastic cave, amazing colours and aquatic life. Deep blue water."
George Filios, 2006

30 m
Patroklos Island, Lesvos

Reviews: 4 stars

"A commercial boat in 25-30 meters depth. It was broken in two pieces. Clear waters. Pretty good dive."
Dimitris Pelekis, 2007


Diving Mykonos, Greece

30 m
Wreck Anna 2, Lia Mykonos

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended (2)

"Excellent wreck (cargo ship), around 64 m long."
Abdul, 2013

"A 62 meters long Cargo ship! One minute close to the GoDive Mykonos diving center! Very good visibility!40 minutes dive !Maximum depth 33 meters!Everything excellent!"
Andriano, 15 October 2012

Kalafakiona Reef

Reviews: 4 Star Rating: Recommended (1)

"Very good diving spot especially for Greece. I have never seen so many fish around Greece "
Abdul, 2013

Tragonisi island, Lia Mykonos

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended (1)

"Cave and cavern diving sites! Absolutely amazing dives! 10 minutes by speedboat from GoDive Mykonos! "
Andriano, 15 October 2012


Diving Chios Island, Greece

Chios is the fifth largest of the Greek islands, being 50 km by 29 km. It is in the Aegean Sea, just 7 km from Turkey.

Chios Island

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"Small undersea caves and paths between impressive rocks, colourful reefs and vertical walls, small shipwrecks! Shoals of salpas, tunnies and colourful wrasses, sarguses, curious combers and perches, which feel comfortable with the diver visits playing with them making with this way the "walk" in the bottom of the sea more enjoyable. Chios Island is good value for the money specially in months of April-June and September-October. "
Angela


Diving Tzia / Kea Island

Also known as Tzia, Kea is 14 miles from the Athens region of mainland Greece. 11 miles long, it is one of the Cyclades island of the Aegean archipelago. The nearest decompression chamber is in Athens. There are daily ferries so if you are staying in Athens you can dive on Kea for the day. Just 1.5 km Northwest of Kea is the wreck of the Britannic, the sister ship to the Titanic. This is a deep wreck at 120 m, so you need to be a technical diver to visit. Three other deep wrecks are the Theophille Gaulthier, the Burdigala at 68 m and a German Junker airplane at 52 m. However, there are also reef, wall and rock dives.

Patris Wreck, Tzia Island

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"150 years old steamer, from 30-50 meters depth. For experienced divers"
John, October 2013

Ksila reef, Tzia Island

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"A lot lot of fish! Amazing!"
John, October 2013

River Boat, Tzia Island

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"An old river boat broken in pieces all over the bottom. Very good!"
Dimitris Pelekis, 2007

Bretannicus (Britanic), Tzia Island

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"Brother of Titanicus (the Titanic). Great wreck. It was huge! The best wreck for me!"
Dimitris Pelekis, 2007


Diving the Corinthian Gulf

The Corinthian Gulf or the Gulf of Corinth is a deep inlet of the Ionian Sea separating the Peloponnese islands from western mainland Greece.

Ovrios Island

"Vertical wall diving, caverns and an interested marine life"
John Kotsifas, Owner of Tech Diving Team Dive Center, November 2014,

Sterna's canyon

"Deep underwater canyon, for Technical divers, with beautiful yellow and red corals (Gorgonies)"
John Kotsifas, Owner of Tech Diving Team Dive Center, November 2014,

Seal's cave

"An underwater cave with an open air space, habitat for a beautiful seal "
John Kotsifas, Owner of Tech Diving Team Dive Center, November 2014,


Diving Halkidiki, Greece

The Island, Halkidiki

Reviews: 4 stars4 stars

"Great visibilty, healthy coral, groupers, octopus and a scorpion fish!"
Leonora Child, 2011

The Wall, Halkidiki

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"Can be shallow or deep depending on level; really beautiful wall dive with lots of life!"
Leonora Child, 2011

Kamenos, Halkidiki

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"Lots and lots and lots of fish!!!!"
Leonora Child, 2011

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Diving Thassos, Greece

Thassos is just 4 km from the Greek mainland. There are frequent ferrry crossings, from Keramoti to Limenas (more properly known as Thassos town) and from Kavala to Skala Prinos. It does not have an airport but there are two on the nearby mainland: Kavala which is just 15 minutes from the ferry port and Thessaloniki which is a two hour drive. See below for Thassos Diving Centres.

23 m
San Antonio Wall, Thassos

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended (1)

"An amazing dive site, in which the dive starts in 5 to 7 metres, and from there on you go down to 23 metres...which in this slow descent you can see morays, little blue tuna, huge tunas if you are lucky, red orange corals, sponges, and my favour groupers "
George Vlachos, 2013

Kefalas, Thassos

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended (1)

"My best...Discending from 13 meters on the absolute blue...what you can see from the top is the white sand and as you discend there is you and the blue...no reference point till you get to the bottom of 13 meters...then the leader will take you though massive rock complex which are full of life...easy dive up to 25 meters, but there is no finish there. Are you a deep diver? Ask the leader to take below that...heart breaking...Also times to times are very strong currents..and we mean strong...If you are lucky you will dive with dolphins too.... "
George Vlachos, 2013

Archangelos Monastery, Thassos

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended (1)

"Not for new divers, not for heart fainted divers...basically only for few. You jump in to the water and underneath is pitch black....something like 200 meters or something...dive odd to the wall and you start your descent into 23 - 24 meters...and following the rock formation which lead you to caverns, caves etc. Life there is amazing...you can see scorpion fish in the size of your tank, stonefish bigger than your buddy :-/ Too many to explain...the dive is finishing in a cavern in what used to be a submarine hiding place during the WW2. Unfortunately not happening often as the cost is high due to the distance...however ask them and they will try to arrange it with other experienced divers. "
George Vlachos, 2013

Thassos Diving Centres


Diving Antiparos, Greece

Paderonisi Cave, Antiparos

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended (1)

"Great dive site, with a tunnel at 10-12 meters that opens up in the most amazing cavern! A must see when in the area, I loved every moment of it! "
Andra Branzaniuc, 6 September 2012

Antiparos Diving Centres

Mick Jagger's Lips, Antiparos

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended (1)

"Another very good dive site, very rich in marine life (morays, octopie, cardinal fish, fire worms, sea urchins, parrot fish, etc). Did it as part of my AOWD certificate, and it was great! "
Andra Branzaniuc, 6 September 2012

Antiparos Diving Centres

Soros beach, Antiparos

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended (1)

"Very good shore dive, nice reef, rich in life, perfect for fluffy diving. I have done my photography adventure there and I loved it! Great visibility and light, amazing colors and I also had a great instructor to guide me through the course. "
Andra Branzaniuc, 6 September 2012

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Diving Paros, Greece

35 m
Samina wreck, Paros / Antiparos

The MS Express Samina was a roll-on/roll-off passenger ferry that sunk off the coast of Paros island in September 2000 with the loss of 82 lives.

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended (1)

"Truly breathtaking and intimidating 120 m long. "
Katerina Nikitaki, 18 May 2015

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Greece Diving Centres

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Agistri Alexandroupolis Alonissos Antiparos Athens Chios Corfu Corinthos Crete Halkidiki Ios Kefalonia Lefkas Lesvos Mykonos Rhodes Santorini Thassos Zante

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Agistri Diving Centres

Agistri is a small island in the Saronic Gulf, southeast of Athens.

Agistri
Interdive

Interdive
Interdive diving club Megalochori
Port Agistri island
Attiki 18010
Greece
Tel: 0030 6944842041
[email protected],
http://www.interdive.gr/

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Rhodes Diving Centres

There are two dive centres in Rhodes - Lepia Dive Centre in Pefkos and Waterhoppers which is one of the biggest dive centre in the Med.

Rhodes
Lepia Dive Centre

Lepia Dive Centre Koniaris bros & Fotios
Pefki (Pefkos)
Rhodes
A.C. 85107
Tel: +030 6937417970
lepiadive[at]gmail.com

The Giannoula K Shipwreck at Plimmiri
The wreck of the Giannoula K

The Lepia Dive Centre was set up by three brothers in 2013. Prompted by Greece's economic problems, which saw their pay slashed by 60%, they decided to switch to doing something they really enjoyed - diving. They are very friendly people with a relaxed attitude and a pleasure to dive with. They cater to beginners and experienced divers, and run courses for disabled divers which are approved by DDI – Disabled Divers International. They dive with steel tanks (always preferrable) in a range of sizes from 15 l for the heavy breathers to 10 or even 6 l for children.

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

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Rhodes
Waterhoppers

The Waterhoppers Diving School
Kritika 45
Rhodes
85100
Greece
, Tel: +30 22410 38146
Fax +30 22410 30819
Email: [email protected]


Alonissos Diving Centres

Alonnisos was Greece's first marine protected area (mpa), established in 1992. Covering 2265 km2 and 2.61% of Greece's marine surface area, it is claimed to be the largest in Europe. The marine park includes seven islands, the largest being. Alonnisos. Alonnisos is one of the Northern Sporades Islands, in the northern Aegean Sea.

Alonissos
Alonissos Dive Center

Alonissos Dive Center
Alonissos
Greece
Tel: +30-24240-65804
Fax: +30-24240-65806
[email protected],
bestdivingingreece.com/

Open May to September. Diving in The National Marine Park of Alonissos. The largest Marine Park in Europe and the only one in Greece. Offer both day dives and liveaboard. Pick Up by car or boat in a range of 10 km for free.

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Athens Diving Centres

Athens
Aqua Divers Club

Aqua Divers Club
km 48.5 Souniou-Athens Ave
Athens
Greece
Tel: +306974840084
Fax: 00302291053461
[email protected],
aquadiversclub.com/

A 5* PADI Instructor Development resort situated in the grounds of the Calypso Hotel (which was used as a base by Jacques Cousteau when visiting Greece) at Anavissos, near Athens and the famous temple of Sounio. They offer a comprehensive selection of PADI diving courses, up to instructor level, plus daily shore and boat dives (leaving at 10.30 am and 2.30pm), equipment rental and retail outlet. The centre operates all year round, seven days a week.
Special diving packages are available with nearby accommodation
All training takes place in the security of the sheltered bay of the Calypso Hotel with its own house reef. For the instructor courses duration approx 10 days, they offer free accommodation. From the diving shop it only takes one minute to reach the beach for a shore dive or the boat for a diving excursion to the nearby island, with over 15 different dive sites. Instructors are multi-lingual: English, French, German and Greek and all PADI courses are offered in these languages.
Special courses for children 8+ years with the appropriate equipment.

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Athens
Ulysses Multihull Adventures

Ulysses Multihull Adventures
105 Nikitara street
Voula 16673
Athens
Greece
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel: +306974337609
Fax: +302118504218


Kea / Tzia Diving Centres

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Kea Island
KeaDivers

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

Korissia beach, right in front of Porto-Kea Suites Resort
St Nicholos Bay
Tel: +306973430860
E-mail: [email protected]
Skype: keadivers

"Perfect service."
John, 2013


Corinthos Diving Centres

Corinthian Gulf > Isthmia
Tech Diving Team Dive Center

Isthmia, Loutraki Corinthos
20100
Greece
Mobile: (+30) 694 532 1862
E-mail: [email protected]

The dive center is located at Isthmia, a seaside place near the city of Corinthos. Offers PADI courses, shore and boat dives, 50 euros/person with full equipment. 9 meter boat with a 12 divers capacity.


Santorini Diving Centres

Read about the dive sites of Santorini

Santorini
Mediterranean Dive Club

Mediterranean Dive Club
Perissa
Santorini
Greece
Tel: 22860 83080
Fax: 22860 33989
E-mail: [email protected],
divingsantorini.com

The Mediterranean Dive Club started operating in Santorini summer of 1998 as a fully organised diving centre and they are proud that it is one of the "most up-to-date" in the Cyclades islands.
Located on Perissa beach, with the harbour and the dive sites just around the corner, they are glad to take you out with their speed boat diving, snorkelling or taking a PADI course.
Experienced staff and instructors are always at everyone's disposal, promising a unique experience of the under water spectacular world of Santorini.
"We can make your dream to have your most fun experience this summer come true. Diving in the Mediterranean, experiencing the big blue, watching new interesting animals, plants, lava formed bottoms, caves, drop offs; all in the crystal clear waters surrounding Santorini and the Volcano Islands."

"Would NOT recommend dive operator Mediterranean Dive Club. Friendly staff but...
-first dive delayed by 3.5 hours due to disorganized customer pickup by car and boat
-inadequate equipment: two divers' BCDs leaking, no snorkels provided, no console dive computers
-not value for money: 80 Euros for two dives, usual Bottom Time/depth 35min/15m, 25min/7m
-inadequate manpower: boat driver is also dive guide, hence long wait times in the water before descent and no backup person
-poorly equipped boat for emergencies: one diver made a forced emergency ascent after weightbelt loss. No injuries incurred but there was no surface help, no first aid kit and no way to contact shore.
-general conditions: uncovered inflatable boat, air temp of 36-40 degrees, water temp of 25 degrees, viz: 20-30m.
2 sites: rock reefs and sand bottoms, grass mostly, little coral, some small fish, two octopuses, dead fish at the boat mooring. "

Sam, USA, 2007

" I'm the owner of Mediterranean Dive Club – Santorini - Greece. I will like to guarantee you for our quality and also to make clear to you that we never had client with that name (Sam). Also the way that lady describe our business is offensive and defiantly not true. I don't know from where to start....
Let's start with the first 3.5 hours delete....come on....in wish serious business they do this....We are cooperating with the biggest tourist offices in Greece and some from US. Libra, Tui Hellas , Gats, Apollo......our time schedules is so organized so we can do pickups from all over the island and be earlier than we said to our clients.
About the quality of our equipment we have certificates that guaranty that all our equipment is new since we change it every two year at least. All our equipment is Scubapro since we are dealers and soprasub wet suits. All the masks has snorkel on , unless if the client take it off.
We don’t have console dive computer since is very personal instrument, but we rent extra if clients wants Aladdin pro wrist dive computer.
Also we have Oxygen tank on boat ,Full organized pharmacy, and vhf and sell phone in all our boats."

Olga Pozidou, Owner of Mediterranean Dive Club

Santorini
Santorini Dive Center

Have an office in Perissa in the south east with the dive shop on Caldera Beach. Diving days start from Caldera Beach in Akrotiri. Do two dives a day to different dive spots around the Caldera and the Volcano. 6 dives pack in 3 days for 200 euros including equipment (2014).

Santorini Dive Center
Office is at the beginning of the beach road of Perissa, between the Camping's Beach Bar and Yazz bar
Tel: (0030) 2286083190
info @ divecenter.gr

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

Santorini
Volcano Dive Center (Sotirou Diving Center)

Volcano Diving Center
Kamari
847 00 Santorini
Tel: +30 22860 33177
[email protected]

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"The Dive Center is located in Kamari Beach (southeastern part of Santorini). Name of operator is Manthos Sotiriou, really professional and experienced instructor. What is more important they have been in Santorini for years so they know the place well."
Agra-Maria , 21 April 2015

Santorini
Navys Waterworld

Located in Kamari on the east coast of Santorini. Changed hands in March 2014. Start at 9 in the morning and return around 2 o clock in the afternoon. Use speed boats or truck to different sites around Santorini. Their dive sites include lava caverns, wall diving, reefs, wrecks and dives in the recently created marine protected area. Exact locations for each days dives depends on the weather, groups of divers and their wishes. Do two dives a day, with maximum of 6 divers per group. Will pick you up from your hotel.

Navys Waterworld
Kamari
Santorini
Greece
Tel: +30 22860 28190
[email protected]

Santorini
Aegean Divers

Aegean Divers
4th km main road Fira to central port
Santorini
Greece
Tel: +30 2286033201
Fax: +302286033209
E-mail: [email protected]

"We offer diving courses from various internationally recognized diving organizations SSI PADI as well as professionally organized boat dive trips suitable for all level of certified divers.
The Aegean Divers diving centre is located in the area of Agia Irini-Pirgos. You will find our diving centre opposite the Mexican restaurant 'Zorbas', next to the bakery. Our location is very central as we are on the main road between the port of Athinios and Fira, the capital of the island. We visit at least 36 different diving sites all around the island with the majority situated in the west and south-west part of the island as well in the volcano area, where we do amazing wall dives.
We meet at 08:45-09:00 to prepare the diving equipment and then we go to the marina of Vlihada where we moor our boat. We set off at around 10:30 and we are back to the diving centre at around 14:30-15:30 to wash the diving gear.
If required, we can arrange your transfers at no extra cost. If you stay in Fira and Imerovigli we can pick you up from our meeting point central bus station in Fira, at around 08:45. If you stay elsewhere, we can come and pick you up at a prearranged time. If you have your own car, there is plenty of parking space in front of and at the side of the diving centre, while the bus stop is just accross the road.
Our diving centre is certified by SSI and PADI, is stocked with new diving equipment and has a 400 l/min air compressor for air, NITROX and TRIMIX. There is also a teaching area with laptop and projector and separate toilet facilities .
We are inspected annually by BUREAU VERITAS and we have always been granted a certification of quality according to the European Standards EN14467 for the service we provide and the quality of air and the diving equipment we use.
If you have any questions about our range of diving courses and tours or would like any further information, please feel free to contact us. We will be more than happy to assist you with any enquiries and we sincerely look forward to welcoming you to the magical island of Santorini."

Kostas Sarmas, Aegean Divers

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Crete Diving Centres

Crete > Elounda
Yiannis Ligos

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

Yiannis Ligos
Elounda
Crete

"Located in Elounda, I would surely dive with him again. He really makes you feel like home, and definitely safe."
Maya Apostolides

Crete > Ligaria
Eurodiving

Eurodiving
Ligaria
Crete
Tel: 00 30 2810 811252
Fax: 00 30 2810 811253
E-mail: [email protected].

Diving for experienced divers, PADI courses and Discover Scuba Diving in what is claimed to be one of the best diving areas in Crete.

Crete
Kalypso Rock's Palace Diving Center

Kalypso Rock's Palace Diving Center
Sof.Venizelou 21
Crete
Tel: 00 30 2831 056641
Fax: 00 30 2831 056861
E-mail: [email protected]/

Diving excursions for certified divers and for beginners on the south coast of Crete.

Crete
Dive2gether

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

Dive2gether Crete
Plakias Dimos Finika
74060 Rethimno, Crete
Tel/Fax: Summer (Mar-Nov) +30 283 20 32 313
Tel/Fax:Winter(Dec. - Feb.)+31 (0)75 63 14 269
Mobiles:+30 69 74 03 14 41, +30 69 74 03 14 42,+31 (0)62 45 22 416
E-mail: [email protected]

"Dive2gether is located in Plakias, a village along the island's south coast. Plakias lies right below the city Rethymnon, a bigger city on the islands north coast.
I'm an experience diver, been diving many years and have logged 1200 dives. In the last 15 years I've seen many diving schools around the world, some good, some bad. Dive2gether is really something special. The professional team has made this holiday an unforgettable experience!
Dive2gether is not just a great diving school offering boat and shore dives it a way to make your holiday whether you're alone of with a family and children. As an experienced diver they offered me great exciting dives! Well organized and very precise when it comes to briefings and safety regulations. The boat dives from their brand new motor cruiser build for diving where awesome. The weekly Night dive offered some great surprises!! ;-) For my wife, who's a slow diver in need of special attention and care they offered great guiding and patience! My wife eventually dived 5 days! That's a record!! My kids 10 and 14 did their Open Water diver course. I had for them to do a try-out dive but, after the first dive they were sold! I had never thought my kids would ever be interested in diving but Instructor Paul knew how to deal with kids! He made it fun for them!
The organisation went much farther then only diving. Coffee, tea and lemonade were offered for free all day. We started the day at the diving school having a cup of (great!) coffee and we were introduced to the other divers diving that day. All logbooks and cards were checked and we were informed about the program of the day. Transport was arranged to the dive site or to the port where the boat lies. All dives were well briefed and everything went very smooth with a lot of time for jokes and diver stories. Every day there were also non-divers who were coming along with some of the other divers. This gave a family kind of atmosphere. In the end of the diving day we a great laugh cleaning the equipment at the diving school. Of course it's cool if a school offers to clean your equipment. At dive2gether everybody is invited to help along! And.. I must say it did create a unique atmosphere doing it all together! My kids had a great time playing with the water and instructors! :-)
The diving school also organizes a weekly BBQ in the olivegrove behind the garden! WOW,... the best grill ever, my compliments Tymen! On Fridays we joined dive2gether on their "greek dinner party" this was organized every week and divers and their families were invited to come along. There was life musice, lots of laughs and even Greek dancing. The diving instructor Paul teached my kids and wife how to dance the Zorba the Greek dance!! I was happy to make pictures! :-)
I've had an unforgetable experience and my kids are already insisting to go back there next summer. ... I'm afraid I have no choice ;-)
Dive2gether's boat is completely equipped for diving! With enough tank racks to carry two tanks for each divers there's no rush to go back to shore after the first dive. This creates are really relaxed atmosphere. There a special bagage nets to store dry stuff and plenty of space to store your diving equipment under your seat. The captan doesn't speed too much although the boat has a very powerfull engine! The boat dives from Dive2gether's boat were great, every day different sites! Every day a surprise.
Because on Crete there aren't many diving centers offering boat dives the dive sites are very quiet. We've never seen other diving school and the dive sites really make a vergin impression to mee! Lot's of life and vegitation.
We had booked our flight loose on the internet and Dive2gether helped us organize a nice family apartment. We paid 46,- euro per night for the whole family! Next time I would definitely ask Dive2gether to find me an apartment again!
Diving on Crete is not cheap! For half the money I could dive in the Sharm. However, seeing the service me and my family were offerd it was worth every euro! I've been in the Red sea often enough to know that my wife wouldn't feel comfortable and my kids wouldn't get the course I would like them to have. Appartment was cheap though! We had a great apartment with kitchen, living room, wi-fi, a.c. and t.v. for only 46 euro per night in July! The restaurants were also very good! We've been eating almost every evening in a different one and always had good food. The prices are a joke! Food and drinks for about 12 euro per person! Thats what I call holiday! ;-)
The diving was intersting, exciting, perfectly organized and lot's to see but it is the Med's so don't expect schools of thousands of fish! But I've seen much more than I had expected! If you ever go there Please give them my warmest regards!!! "
"
Peeter Groen (Netherlands), 2011

Crete
Notos Mare

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

Notos Mare - Diving Center
Damulis S. Tsirintanis chora sfakion t.k.
73011 Chania
Crete
Tel: +30 694 72 70 106
E-mail: [email protected]

"Hi guys there is a very nice diving center in Hora Sfakion Crete, in the new harbour. It is called NOTOS MARE and the dives are MUCH better than the ones you listed. I have been diving there for many years. Greetings Ekki "
Ekki Rossling, 7 May 2015


Corfu Diving Centres

Corfu
Seven Islands Dive Centre

Seven Islands Dive Centre
Kontokali
Gouvia
Corfu
49100 Greece
Tel: 0030 266 109 0006

PADI dive centre which is being revamped for 2007. Offer three dives a day on their new dive boat, the Magdalena. Offer the normal PADI dive-courses, as well as DAN courses. Speak: English, Greek, Dutch, German, French and Arabic.

"I did my advanced open water in Greece in Corfu - have been diving there the last few years and used the same diving school each year. Seven Islands dive centre. It's family run and they are lovely, they even got my sister in the water who is scared of fish?! nothing is any trouble for them, they'll pick you up and drop you off from wherever your staying or need to go to. It's a great island aswell and the people are so friendly. The hotel we stayed in is the Kontokali Bay Hotel which is a five star hotel - gorgeous. Although there are other hotels nearby."
Jenny

"The operator I dived with was the Seven Islands Dive Centre, I dived extensively with them during my time in Corfu and found them extremely friendly, kind and they catered to my needs very well, ensuring a quality experience. They are located in the resort of Kontokali on the island of Corfu. I would definitely recommend diving with them to others, and I will again. The dive centre picked me up from my hotel and handled all dive logistics, all the gear I required was in very good condition and included in the price of the dives. As I dived extensively, I got a discount, and my wife participated in the open water course with the centre, and although she had some difficulties (she was scared) the staff there were extremely patient and caring, resulting in her certification. The dive centre arranged my accommodation for me and I found it to be clean, spacious, comfortable, with en suite and a balcony. It was also very cheap. Excellent value for money. "
Adam Young

Corfu
Apollo Dive Center

Apollo Dive Center
Barbati Resort
Corfu
Greece
Tel: (+30) 697 470 5697
E-mail: [email protected]

Based in Nissaki Cove and Barbati resort (main street).

Corfu
Achilleon Diving Center

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

Achilleon Diving Center
Akrotiri Beach Hotel
TK 49083 Paleokastritsa
Corfu
Greece
Mobile: +306932729011
E-mail: [email protected]

Very experienced, friendly and relaxed in a nice way. Speak English, Greek and a little of various European languages including Russian. Are enthusiastic, knowledgable and make it a pleasure. Cost is very reasonable and they are a very short boat transfer (15 mins max usually) from some excellent caves, reefs and Drop-offs. Have Nitrox available as well as usual hire stock diving gear. Visit every year I can, one of my favourite spots. Having dived with them for some years I now look on them as buddies and friends.
Donald

Corfu
Poseidonia Dive Center

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

Agios Ioannis Peristeron
Marbella Beach
Corfu
49084
Greece
Tel: +30 6947936486, +30 6945412011

Corfu Hotel, 2 dives 70 pounds. I'll definately dive with these guys again, they have a small group strategy no more than 5 divers per group so they treat you in a very exclusive way!! and they have some really good divespots depending on your dive level.
Efi, 28 April 2015

See also accommodation and Corfu dive sites.


Zante Diving Centres

Zante
St Nicholas Beach Diving Center

St Nicholas Beach Dive Centre
Vassilikos Beach Hotel
Vassilikos
Zakynthos
29100
Greece
Tel: +30 6980 214275
E-mail: [email protected]


Mykonos Diving Centres

Mykonos
GoDive Mykonos

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended (2)

GoDive Mykonos Dive Center
P.O. Box 875 Ano Mera
84600
Lia
Mykonos
Greece
Tel: 6946957732 – 6942616102
[email protected]

"Totally recommend. Friendly, professional and value for money in Mykonos"
Abdul, 2013

"55 euros, high recommend."
Andriano, 15 October 2012

Mykonos
Mykonos Diving Center

Mykonos Diving Center
Psarou beach
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel: (+30) 2289024808.

"Mykonos Diving Center at Psarou beach was an excellent experience. Great locations along with a top quality service and equipment. Pricing starts at 60 Euro a dive and drops depending on the number of dives."
Sotiris Vassiliadis, Greece


Kefalonia Diving Centres

Kefalonia island
Aquatic Scuba Diving Club

1 Marinou Antipa Str
28081
Agia Efimia
Kefalonia Island 280 81
Greece
Tel: +30 26740 62006
[email protected]

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended (1)

"Best diving center on the island. Very professional. Best dives: wall in Ithaka, aeroplane, Perseus submarine"
Cristian, August 2015

Kefalonia island
FNEC Dive Center

FNEC Dive Center
, Ethnkis Antistaseos
C/O FNEC
Kefalonia island
Greece
Tel +306977478395
[email protected],

Fiskardo Dive Center was set up as an extension of the Fiskardo's Nautical and Environmental Club (FNEC) in 2002. The aim of the dive centre is not only to generate funds to support the voluntary activities of the club, but also to allow us the opportunity to show you the relatively unexplored areas of the Mediterranean sea without damaging or changing the original character and appearance of the underwater world.
FNEC was first established in June 1998 as a non-governmental and non-profit making organisation. The objective of the club is to promote the idea of voluntary service, nautical sports, environmental awareness, youth exchanges and to provide social services to the local community.


Halkidiki Diving Centres

Halkidiki is a peninsula with 3 prongs jutting out into the Aegean Sea, southeast of the city of Thessaloniki.

Halkidiki
Atlantis Diving Center
Atlantis Diving Center, Halkidiki, Greece.

Atlantis Diving Center
Nikit 63088
Sithonia
Halkidiki
Greece
Tel: +306978165361
Email: [email protected]
http://www.atlantis-scubadiving.com/
Open April to October

Halkidiki
Odyssey Dive Club

Odyssey Dive Club
Pefkohori
Halkidiki 63085
[email protected]

"A great bunch of people, really passionate and knowledgable, and they care about the marine environment (which is more than some dive clubs in the Mediterranean do). We dived with them for two weeks last September/October - shore and boat dives, night, wreck and island, a great variety of sites and we saw a lot of marine life. It's a lovely area - I also saw a dolphin! We stayed with Neilson at the Anastasia hotel which is lovely, and I'm sure there are lots of other good places. "
Paula

Halkidiki
Poseidon Diving Academy

Poseidon Diving Academy
Neos Marmaras
Halkidiki
Tel: +306972347371
Email: [email protected]

"Diving with Poseidon Diving Academy was a great experience for all the family; the equipment is new and well kept, the boat great, the staff very helpful and professional and the dive sites varied. They always left on time and were very organised. Dimitri is a wonderful teacher and the kids loved being with him. The centre is located in the Porto carras resort in Neos Marmaras in Halkidiki and the prices were very reasonable.
These guys know what they are doing and obviously love their work. They offer a great service for a very reasonable price. Thank you Poseidon! "

Leonora Child, 2011


Thassos Diving Centres

East of Halkidiki is Thassos, the most northerly Greek island. Ferries go from Kavala and Keramoti.

Thassos Island
Diver to Diver

Reviews: 5 stars

Open April to October, but if you wish to dive between November and March contact them and they will make special arrangements for you.

Diver to Diver
Thassos Island
64002
Greece
Tel: +30 2593051286
Fax: +25930 51450
Mobile: +30 6947066575
Contact: Filippos or Jana

"Diver to Diver diving center has been an excellent choice offering everything. Just tell them your request and they will do it in the most professional fashion. In any dives you will find the instructors watching over your back which it gives you a sense of safety. As the waters there is not for what I would call it for beginners (even if there are plenty of diving sites which they take the new divers) the fact that you can see walls, reefs and plenty of wild life, we felt safe when the guys from the center were there to watch us.
They have their own hotel which you can get a great deal...I would recommend it, from the other hand the boat is the most practical boat I ever been on...the music and party afterwards is a big plus.
They are a diamond ssi center and they have everything...but in my opinion I don't care about diamond and staff...I care that the instructors were with us at all the time, 5 of them, currying from stages to anything you might think... "

George Vlachos, 2013


Lefkas Diving Centres

Lefkas Island
Vassiliki Divers

Reviews: 4 stars

Vassiliki Divers
Lefkas Island

"Very friendly and good service. The cost of the dive is 35 Euros."
Giannis Kalopisis

Lefkas Island
Nautilus Diving Club

Nautilus Diving Club
Vassiliki
Lefkas Island
Tel: +30 6936181775
[email protected]


Lesvos Diving Centres

Lesvos
Lesvos Scuba Oceanic Centre

Lesvos Scuba Oceanic Centre
Irinis 3
Mytilene
Tel: 0030 6945998764
Fax: 0030 22510 37799
[email protected]

The only diving centre at the island; they dive from their custom 40 foot dive boat.


Chios Island Diving Centres

Chios Island
Island Divers

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

Island Divers
Karfas beach
Chios Island
82100
Greece
Tel: +30 22710 32434.

"Diving prices start from 45 Euro for a single dive everything included plus transportation from your hotel. Diving courses start from 300 Euro for the Open Water Diver course, 275 for the Advance Open Water Diver course. Very good service, nice, friendly and FUN people. THUMBS UP! YES I will dive with them again 100%. Thanks guys!"
Angela


Antiparos Diving Centres

Antiparos
Blue Island Divers

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended 5 Star Rating: Recommended (1)

Antiparos
Cyclades
84007
Greece
Tel: +30 22840 61767
Mobile: +30 698 3159452
E-mail: [email protected]

"Great value for money, I will definitely go back! One of the best places I have dived, lovely sites and the staff are very well trained and extremely friendly. I felt so comfortable doing my AOWC with them, that I decided to do a couple of more dives after finishing it. I highly recommend it, will definitely go back (I heard that there are wrecks worth diving, so I might give that a try)! "
Andra Branzaniuc, 6 September 2012


Paros Diving Centres

Paros
Eurodivers Club

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended 5 Star Rating: Recommended (1)

Pounda Parikias
8 km from Paros Port and 4 km from the airport
Paros
Cyclades
84400
Greece
Tel: +30 22840 61767
Mobile: +30 698 3159452
E-mail: [email protected]

"I would like to reccoment Eurodivers Club Paros. They were really friendly with us when we first show the instructor and the divemaster. We where amezed when we show a big traditional boat for our transfer to the dive sites. We had four dives with them . There was an amazing cave-cavern the entrance was at 7 m so we where able to ascent and see the cave from minside.It was wonderful. Second and third dive was at Samina wreck. The captain was kind enough to give us the backround of this wreck. Truly breathtaking and intimidating 120 m long. Best dives ever .Hope you enjoy too. Cheers "
Katerina Nikitaki, 18 May 2015


Ios Diving Centres

Ios
New Dive

New Dive
Mylopotas
Ios
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel: ++302286092340


Alexandroupolis Diving Centres

Alexandroupolis
Go Extreme Diving Center

GoExtreme Adventure Club
62 Kondili St.
Alexandroupolis
68100
Oposite to Zisis Camp
Tel: +30 25510 89572, +30 6942 431 561
[email protected]


Elsewhere in Greece

Greece
Meandros Diving

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

Meandros Diving
Taxiarxon 14
17455 Alimos
Greece
Tel: +30 210 9850220
Mobile: 6948364217
Fax: +30 210 9884596
[email protected]

Offer sailing with SCUBA diving trips around Greek Islands.

"I took a 10 day package which included 7 days sailing with immediate stops for wreck diving in Cyclades islands (Lavrion, Syros, Paros and Mykonos ). Then I stayed 2 days in 3-star hotel in Santorini. The cost was Euros 85/ day/ person (plus Euros 5/person/ day for fuels). It was very nice I hope I can make it again. The sailing yacht (56ft) was in good condition, friendly skipper. Nice equipment. I felt king for 7 days! "
Dimitris Pelekis, Greece, 2006


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Paleocastritsa Corfu

Try Seaview Apartments, owner Stavros (Good sort, very Kind and helpful) direct (look on Paleocastritsa's own website) or try Olympic Holidays at the last minute! Can't remember most of the costs but got 2 weeks in the Akrotiri Beach Hotel bed and breakfast for £700 for two (flights and all) 2 years ago.And thats right above the Diving Centre. Down in the lift, a few stairs and on the beach.Perfect.

I stayed in Marbella Corfu one of the best 5* hotel of the island.you can find some really good value for money packages early in the summer. It's really worth it!!
Efi, 28 April 2015

By Jill Studholme


Books to Take

Sea Fishes of the Mediterranean Including Marine Invertebrates
by Lawson Wood, 128 pages, New Holland Publishers, 2011, Paperback.
Compact guidebook to 289 species. Designed for divers, snorkellers and underwater photographers.
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The Rough Guide to the Greek Islands
Rough Guide, Paperback.
Now in its 8th edition, covers every Greek Island, also Athens and mainland ports.
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The Greek Islands
by Lawrenced Durrell, Faber and Faber, Paperback.
This captivating and highly unusual text, originally conceived as a picture book and now reset in paperback format, weaves together evocative descriptions, history and myth with Durrell's personal reminiscences.
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References

1Wood, L. J. (2007). MPA Global: A database of the world's marine protected areas. Sea Around Us Project, UNEP-WCMC & WWF. www.mpaglobal.org