Imagine a Mediterranean island bathed in warm, clear blue water. Long, sandy beaches punctuate the predominantly indented and rocky coastline, and the culture and cuisine are unmistakably Mediterranean. This is Cyprus, and it’s nestled in the northeast corner of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea.
From simple, sandy-bottom dives for beginners to epic deep dives, the island’s diving offers something for everyone. There are many memorable dive sites in Cyprus, but some of the favourites are Amphorae Caves, the Chapel, and the Zenobia. The Amphorae Caves are found off Paphos, where you’ll see ancient pottery, still intact. You can reach the Chapel from the shore, making it an excellent place for night diving. The Zenobia is the most famous wreck dive on Cyprus, and the trucks chained to the deck are not to be missed.
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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