Liveaboard Diving in Greece
Greece Liveaboard Diving
Scuba diving in Greece offers divers a unique opportunity to explore the ancient ruins and stunning underwater landscapes of the Mediterranean Sea. The country is home to many dive sites, from rocky reefs and walls to caves and wrecks, inhabited by diverse marine life, such as groupers, octopuses, and sea turtles. Some of Greece's most popular dive sites include the island of Santorini, which boasts dramatic cliffs and volcanic rock formations, and the island of Zakynthos, which is home to various caves and reefs. Other popular dive spots include the Aegean, Ionian, and the waters surrounding the Peloponnese peninsula.
Greece is also home to a rich cultural heritage reflected in its underwater archaeological sites. Divers can explore ancient shipwrecks, such as the Peristera wreck, which dates back to the 5th century BC and is now a protected marine park. The country is also home to several underwater ruins, including the submerged city of Pavlopetri, which dates back to the Bronze Age. With its warm waters, rich history, and stunning natural beauty, Greece is a must-visit destination for any scuba diver.