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Diving around Anavyssos

Join us for the most fascinating diving around Athens and the Attica Peninsula in Greece. Conveniently located within 10 miles of our [base], there are over 20 dive sites right on our doorstep. This is the best diving in Attica and our premier destination. From shipwrecks to car cemeteries to caverns and everything in between, there is a new dive spot on every corner. We’ll explore uninhabited islands, rocky outcrops and find ancient relics both in and out of the water. Beautiful underwater topography too including canyons, cracks, caverns, archways, and sandy passageways.

Let us show you around our hood – we’re right in the heart of wreck diving in Greece.
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Diving at Makronissos Island

For a wilder, more remote experience, join us for a diving trip to Makronissos This historic, long, and rugged island stretches down the west side of the Attica Peninsula and has numerous coves to explore. A bit further, this is one of our longer 2-dive day trips and gives you a feeling of adventure! Dive sites around Makronissos include reefs, plane wrecks, shipwrecks, and small canyons. Exploring on land is possible too. Known as the Greek Alcatraz, Makronissos was an exile island during the Greek Civil war and there are plenty of sights to see. We know all the best ones!

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Diving at Kea Island

Some of our best diving is around Kea Island, famous for being the last resting place of the Britannic and a first-class wreck diving destination in Greece. Part cosmopolitan, part wild, this pristine island is surrounded by deep water and great for [tech diving] too. It’s remote with a distinct Cycladic feel to it and offers a diverse range of diving opportunities. You can dive walls, wrecks, drop-offs and the highlight of the area is the [PSS Patris] – a 150-year-old paddle steamer shipwreck. We will do 2 dives on Kea and have the opportunity to discover Ancient Karthaia onshore too. The Acropolis at Karthaia Bay dates back to the 8th century BC and has incredible views over the Aegean. Depending on the group’s mood and time frame, we can add more to our trip by enjoying the local cuisine in Kampi bay.

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Diving in Aegina

Our day trip diving around Aegina Island in the Saronic Gulf offers excellent diving, close to Athens. A charming, easygoing, and popular destination, the diving around Aegina is superb. There is a triangle of wreck, volcanic and rocky dive sites between the mainland, rocky islets, and this verdant island. The top dive here is Avantis III, a sunken cargo ship, good for all recreational and [technical diving] levels. She crashed into the Doroussa islet in 2004 and is in excellent condition. The site is well-sheltered from the wind too. Aegina is a verdant, sheltered island with romantic streets and towns that exude simple charm. After a hard day’s diving, we usually stop in Perdika for a delicious traditional Greek meal before heading back to base.