Diving on 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.