Scuba Diving in Greece
Scuba Diving in Hellas, the newest diving destination in the Mediterranean, Wrecks, Caves, Walls & Reefs in 3.000 islands & the 11th coastline in the world.
Hellenic Scuba Diving
Strategically located in the southeastern Europe in a maximum 3 hour flight from most European cities, Hellas is one of the newest destinations in the scuba diving family and this is so, for very good reasons: Diving – until 2006 – was significantly restricted, by government and archaeological authorities, so as to protect the rich heritage that still lies down there. Now that the regulation has eased, the country, with its long experience and infrastructure in tourism and its related services, is determined to put itself in the international scuba diving map.
- 2000 already existing dive sites – thousands to be exploited . unexploited Hellenic dive sites in
over 200 diving centers
- 3.000 Islands – 240 of them inhabited
- 13,676 km of coastline, the 11th coastline in the world
A great number of living species in the Hellenic waters, including dolphins, the monk seal Monachus monachus, one of the rarest species on the planet, Caretta-Caretta sea turtle and sperm whales are only a few of the inhabitants of the Hellenic Archipelagos
Whether it is about the sheer pleasure of discovering walls, wrecks, caverns and reef under crystal clear
waters, calm sea and the notorious Mediterranean weather, or it’s about a secret hope that this time, diving might just turn into an archaeological adventure, Hellas is the new place, for your next scuba diving experience.
After all, the Hellenes have had a long loving relationship with the sea that continues today with the same passion: sponge hunting, sinking enemy ships, bringing up valuables from the trading vessels that were hit by the weather, you name it, but there have always been good reasons for the Hellenes to “jump in the water” and give birth to some of the most creative forms and myths in the history of the Arts .
The tomb of the diver at Paestum Hellenic wall painting of the 5th cent.
Today, you have even more reasons to explore this amazing underwater world and discover its secrets:
…and what’s more, once you get out of the water
- The famous Hellenic gastronomy
- The extensive opportunities for sport, leisure and cultural involvement
- The notorious lifestyle
complete the puzzle of an amazing holiday