White Star Wreck

Sunk in February 2007 this is a recent addition to our dive sites. Originally built in 1954 she was brought by a Cypriot company from it’s previous owners in Russia. In use until 2005 when due to a change in Cypriot fishing regulations she was taken out of service. Most of the infrastructure was removed […]

Achilleas Wreck

Lying on a sandy bottom is the Achilleas, the wreck of a Greek vessel which mysteriously exploded & sank in 11m of water in 1975. With 3 main sections there is plenty to see, with one of the highlights being the bronze propeller on the upturned stern.

VERA K Wreck

Used by the Cypriot military for target practice, the Vera K is a Lebanese Freighter which grounded in shallow water. A danger to other shipping the vessel was blown up in 1974 sinking to a depth of 11m in a crater produced by the explosion. Covering quite a large area this is a very interesting […]

Pistol Bay

Pistol bay boasts 4 naturally formed rock tunnels; a fantastic wave cut wall and plenty of sea life. With regular sightings of the bays resident turtle and rays with seabed depths of 4 to 21 meters, Pistol Bay is the perfect site for all levels of diver under training or qualified divers eager to get […]


Located and sharing its name with one of the popular Russian hotels in Paphos, the popular Cynthiana site offers two easy entries into the sea. Cynthiana hosts a variety of sea-life and a large sandy training area at 11m. Highlights include the twin rocks, an abundance of sea urchin, moray eel, starfish, rainbow wrasse and […]

Aphrodite’s Rock

One of our gentler dive sites, and who wouldn’t want to say they’ve dived around the goddess of loves birth place! Ideal for all abilities, it offers open areas of sand for refreshing your skills, many outcrops of rocks with cracks and fissures offering an ideal habitat for marine life. Groupers, octopus, coloured wrasse and rays are often […]

Jubilee Shoals

A spectacular offshore reef with plenty of double dive options. Only a short 10 minute boat ride from Avdimou beach, this reef has something for everyone. The landward side forms a sea grass slope with all manner of small rock formations and a healthy ecosystem with large overhanging pinnacles and a perfect platform to observe abundant marine […]

Manidjin Island

A ten-minute boat ride from Coral Bay harbour, this makes for a very scenic dive, with a wall, spectacular cave and swim through, taking you to a depth of 6 to 25 metres. The island is in fact small enough to dive multi-level all the way around. The cave itself is covered in a variety […]

Amphora Caves

As the name suggests, this site owes its name to broken pieces of antique amphora (an ancient ceramic container used for the transport and storage of various products.) A fantastic site of archaeological importance, there are a number of caves to explore, including one with an amphora encrusted in the roof. According to a group […]

Ampitheatre Bay

Ampitheatre Bay dive site was originally a Roman stone quarry. In much later years it was handed over to the British Army who used it as a firing range. If you look close enough in the shallows you will still find old, used ammunition! There are 3 bays under water. The first to 15m then […]