Dive in Greece

Diving packages in Greece

Zero to Divemaster 8 weeks

Unique Opportunity. From Beginner to Divemaster in 2 Months. Package includes all fees, materials and certification costs. We provide accommodation (not food) and unlimited dives. The only extra requirement is you own your own dive gear for the course!
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2 Tank Boat Dive

2 Tankboat dive -for qualified divers only. Includes all equipment, use of a dive computer and guide. Site options include cave dives, shipwrecks or reef dives. Please ask for schedule details on booking - dives available at 10, 12noon, 2pm, 4pm and 6pm.

4 dives boat trips Package

Overview Only 45 minutes from the center of Athens in south Evoikos Gulf, a variety of dive sites from the most relaxing to the most challenging ones are there to explore. Every day we organize guided dive trips to the island of Platourada, the island of Dipsa and Marathon Cape. What You Can Expect Our private boat is located in Shinias bay. From there and within 6 miles (20 minutes) distance are…

Discover Scuba Diving in Nea Makri, Athens - Shore Dive

OverviewHave your first scuba diving lesson ( from the shore or from the boat) in Nea Makri near Athens and get familiar with the most fascinating underwater sport.Experienced instructors will show you the beauty of the underwater world and teach you how to use the scuba gear in a safe environmentThe duration of the activity is 3 to 4 hours and it is also available for kids from the age of 8What…

2 Tanks boat dive

Choosing two dive sites among wrecks, reefs or a seal cave, from 55 dive sites in the isle of Macronissos next to the town of Lavrio, our experienced dive guides, under the unparalleled supervision of Kostas Thoctarides, guarantee a unique experience in crystal clear waters, with excellent visibility. Equipment, free photos, a fresh towel, a light snack and a juice are included. End the day with a…
Mykonos Caves Tragonisi

Travel to Greece

Scuba diving in Greece is relatively new activity but it is a great experience to dive there. In 2006 Greek government decided to abolish the rigid restrictions on scuba diving and since then recreational scuba diving has been possible almost everywhere in Greece. However, there are still some regulations and restricted areas. It is forbidden to remove or photograph any antiquities and all findings of antiquities have to be reported to the local Archaeological Service, Port Authority or Police. Scuba diving with breathing devices is allowed from sunrise to sunset. All the regulations were established to protect the ancient heritage, artifacts and other archeological items.

Rich marine life, hundreds of discovered and undiscovered shipwrecks and beautiful underwater rock formations (caves, caverns, canyons, walls) make this destination worth visiting. Its rich marine life offers sea urchins, starfish, crabs, lobsters, squids, octopi, etc. Lucky divers may have a chance to see turtles, seals, dolphins, tuna, swordfish, sunfish and flying fish.

  • Mykonos Wreck Anna II

    Mykonos Wreck Anna II
  • Mykonos

    Mykonos
  • Mykonos Caves Tragonisi

    Mykonos Caves Tragonisi
  • Serifos Wrecks

    Serifos Wrecks
  • Mykonos Caverns Tragonisi

    Mykonos Caverns Tragonisi
  • Diving Serifos

    Diving Serifos
  • Diving in Cyclades Serifos

    Diving in Cyclades Serifos
  • Diving in Serifos Greece

    Diving in Serifos Greece