Diving in Europe

The best places to dive in Europe include Greece, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Turkey, and Croatia among many others. Adventurers can experience the magnificence of the marine parks and protected areas, explore jaw-dropping shipwrecks and dive in some of the most crystalline lakes you can find. Whether you prefer warm water diving or cold water Europe has something to offer for every type of diver. Some of the best dive sites in this continent include Sardinia, Azores with its world-famous blue shark diving, Canary Islands, and Chios Island. You will find the best diving conditions in this region from April to September.

Austria also makes for a great diving destination, thanks in no small part to its glittering alpine lakes.

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Germany is a nation of divers with the Baltic sea, countless alpine lakes with crystal clear waters and indoor diving centers.

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Switzerland

With several wonderful lakes that are surprisingly warm, you can enjoy fantastic scuba diving and jaw-dropping scenery at the same time.

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United Kingdom

The UK is a region with a lot of important history, economic and political power and, as an island nation, a lot of great diving locations.

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Ireland is not often thought of as a dive destination, Jacques Cousteau once stated that scuba diving in Ireland is some of the best diving in the world.

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Greece makes for an excellent diving location where you can explore waters with incredible visibility, see a whole variety of marine life and discover wrecks.

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A historically rich country in Southeast Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea, Croatia is called “the country of a thousand islands”.

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Diving in Portugal not only offers vacationers a unique mix of underwater conditions and landscapes but will keep you busy above the water as well.

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Diving in Cyprus is well known for amazing underwater topography and numerous historic amphorae.

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Malta consists of Malta, Gozo, and Comino, is known for historical sites and superb diving.

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Italy is a peninsula in southern Europe, famously shaped like a boot that is surrounded by three parts of Mediterranean - offering various dive sites.

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Expect colorful coral reefs only a short swim from land and abundant underwater life in Curacao.

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Aruba is the go-to place if you want to explore some of the best wrecks in the Caribbean, a unique and thrilling experience.

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From the cool Atlantic waters of the Bay of Biscay in the north, to the warmer Mediterranean Sea to the south, Spain is perfect for year-round diving.

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France extends from the Mediterranean Sea to the North Sea, and from the Rhine to the Atlantic and offers some interesting diving adventures.

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France extends from the Mediterranean Sea to the North Sea, and from the Rhine to the Atlantic and offers some interesting diving adventures.

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Netherlands

The Netherlands offers some of the best diving locations in Europe with three great diving regions in, Zeeland, the North Sea, and Utrecht.

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Bonaire is filled with striking natural beauty and pristine waters, making it an ideal diving destination.

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New Caledonia

Sitting in the Coral Sea between Australia and Fiji, New Caledonia is a French collectivity consisting of a small group of islands and offers great diving.

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