Seahorse Dive Spots in Athens, Greece


Our dive boat can carry up to 10 divers, has a Yamaha engine with 250 Hp, which provides at all times a good thrust. So our dive sites can be reached quickly and easily.

The boat is driven by our professional captain and of course safety equipment is at a high level, besides the box with emergency oxygen, a first aid kit and a fire extinguisher are also enough lifejackets on board!

A cargo ship which sunk in 1982 due to bad weather. Now it lies upside down, broken in two pieces from 6m to 15m depth. Is a natural shelter for numerous marine habitats.

Was sank due to bad weather in 1978. The wreck is covered by the varied marine life and has become an artificial reef for groupers, eels, lobsters and several schools of fish.

Αn impressive cave at 12m depth, where photographers enjoy playing games with sun light, when the giant seal is absent.

Ιs a great spot with a number of broken amphorae. The amphorae were devised in ancient Greece and adopted by the Romans as the main means of transporting and storing food.

June and July is ray season in Athens.

Do not miss it!

Ιs undoubted a natural formation which offers a challenging experience only for advanced divers.

Τhe island offers a wild, rocky underwater landscape full of arches, small caves and overhangs that allow multilevel diving profiles at any depth. Nudibranchs, octopuses, urchins, sea stars, lobsters, eels, schools of big or small fish are some of the marine encounters.

Ιdeal dive site for those who are kin on multilevel profiles. A wonderful, colorful vertical wall full of soft corals, sponges and nudis. You can easily start your dive from 4 m depth and few meters deeper you will be fascinated by a sudden change in depth, followed by a real “free fall” in blue.

Οn the East side of Pontikonisi you will find a wall decorated by large rocks full of marine life. Morays, groupers and spirographs are the most frequent encounters. At the north part of the island an underwater sierra starts from 5m depth descending till almost 40m.

Αt that spot divers gradually descend and swim alongside the vertical wall which is the natural shelter for a great variety of macro creatures. The most impressive part of this dive is the colorful cave which in combination with light penetration makes every dive in the cave a unique experience. Lobsters and octopuses are the most common underwater protagonists.

…and many other dive spots