Limassol

Limassol’s central position and easy accessibility, make it an ideal destination for business, leisure and of course scuba diving!

There are a number of great dive sites in and around Limassol for scuba diving.

Limassol has a mild climate all year around. As well as that, its friendly people, great atmosphere, amazing restaurants and places to go, make it an ideal destination.

If you want to read up a little more about Limassol, you can check out the Limassol tourist company or the All about Limassol portal.

Limassol Diving

We go to a number of dive sites in and around the Limassol area. Limassol diving sites can cater both for the beginner as well as the more experienced diver.

Having our boat readily available, we are able to reach less visited dive sites as well as one of the top diving desitnations in Cyprus, Jubilee Shoals.

So if you are thinking about Limassol diving drop us a line, and we will organize your Limassol diving for you.

We can reach the majority of dive by boat. Some of the dive sites are shore dices. These dives sites we normally use for confined water or training dives.

Others are boat dives.

We can offer the following dives in and around Limassol:

We can offer the following dives in and around Limassol

Site name: Lady Thetis Wreck

Location: Limassol bay
Type: Boat Dive.
Depth: Maximum 18m
Certification level: Open Water +
Good for: Leisure; Training dives

The Lady Thetis wreck was purposely sunk on February 22nd, 2014 at the Dasoudi Marine Protected Area in Limassol.

Originally the Lady Thetis was named the “Reither” and it was a small coastal vessel built in Germany.

The Lady Thetis lies at a maximum depth of 18 meters. It is ideal for an introduction to wreck diving as there is a number of easy swim throughs and penetration options.

Site name: Costandis wreck

Location: Limassol bay
Type: Boat Dive.
Depth: Maximum 23m
Certification level: Open Water +
Good for: Leisure; Training dives

The Costandis Wreck started its life in the former U.S.S.R. and was named “Zolotets”. It was built to be a bottom fishing trawler. It was sunk on February 22nd, 2014 in the Dasoudi Marie Protected Area of Limassol with the aim to create an artificial reef.

The Costandis Wreck lies at a maximum depth of 23 meters. This is an ideal wreck for introduction to wreck diving. Furthermore, it also has a number of easy swim throughs and penetration options.

The resident grouper is a big attraction.

Site name: Twin Rocks

Location: Limassol Bay, off Akrotiri peninsula
Type: Boat Dive.
Depth: 21m
Certification level: Open Water +
Good for: Leisure; Training Dives; Some drift diving

This is a dive site with very interesting topography. Two large rocks protrude out of the water from a depth of 21m. A blow hole can be found on the eastern rock and caves. An abundance of interesting marine life will be found in the vicinity.

Site name: Big Country

Location: Limassol Bay, off Akrotiri peninsula
Type: Boat Dive.
Depth: 23m
Certification level: Open Water +
Good for: Leisure; Training dives

This dive site is famous for the rock formations such as caverns, overhangs and large boulders. This is a home to many fish species, including groupers, moray eels, octopuses, and others.

Site name: Jubilee Shoals

Location: Melanda Bay, near Limassol
Type: Boat Dive.
Depth: 6m – 60m+
Certification level: Advanced Open Water +
Good for: Leisure; Technical Dives; Trimix Dive

This is the largest natural reef in Cyprus. Arguably the best non-wreck dive site in Cyprus. The scenery is breath-taking. It can be enjoyed as either a single technical dive, taking in the vertical wall, the large cave running through the vertical wall and then slowly ascending or as 2 dives.

Turtles are often seen on site, as well as large shoals of amberjack!

Simply amazing.

The Costandis wreck

The Lady Thetis wreck

Ready to start an adventure?