Diving in Germany

Set right in the middle of Europe, Germany is a wonderful destination for anyone interested in nature, a third of the country is covered by forests and woodlands. As well as castles and stylish cities, it also has white-sand beaches, beautiful islands and of course its fair share of mountains. Finally, a sign of the country’s tempestuous past, its capital – currently Berlin – has shifted seven times through its history.

It may seem hard to believe with is limited stretch of coastline, but Germany is a nation of divers. Not only is it fringed by the Baltic, it is also home to countless alpine lakes with crystal clear waters and even ‘indoor diving centers’ for those looking to hone their skills. If you like wreck diving, you’ll be in paradise here with World War Two wrecks littering the Baltic and providing a fascinating adventure. But most dives will probably take place in the mountain lakes where freshwater life blooms and the backdrop to each dive is positively breathtaking.

Travelinformation for Germany

C, E, F

Power Plug Type

SXF, TXL, FRA, MUC, NUE, STR

Airports

EUR

Currency

de

Language

230 V / 50 Hz

Electricity

UTC+01:00

Timezone

E-Plus, O2, T-mobile/Telekom, Vodafone D2

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Aquatic Life in Germany

Featured places to go in Germany

Southern Germany

Often described as resembling a Disney fairy tale, Southern Germany’s picturesque landscape includes many of the most famous sites in Germany.

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Northern Germany

Germany is full of good diving, whether you want to dive in the North or Baltic seas, try out a lake or two or even go to an indoor diving center.

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Central Germany

If you are interested in underwater flora and fauna, Central Germany should keep you entertained for days.

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Dive Sites in Germany