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Dive sites nearby

Arsida Canyon

One of the most interesting dive spots in the Saronic Gulf. A great dive for all levels of certified divers. Visibility is excellent and depths reach more than 50m.

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North wall of Artzentas

A slow slope on the north part of Arsida island. Main attraction is the pottery scattered around from depths of 30 till the surface. All diving certification levels will enjoy this dive site.

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Katafygi Cove

The ideal shallow protected little bay for training, introductory dives. Protected from prevailing north winds. No currents. Almost always good visibility. Maximum depth 18 meters.

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legraina fish farm

A very interesting shore dive, next to a fish farm. Medium visibility, sometimes medium strong current, depth up to 45m.Tricky entry and exit cause of sharp rocks around.

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Apsida Patroklou (Αψίδα Πατρόκλου)

Protected by south winds this is an easy dive site. It starts by going through a big arch at 8m of depth. Then you head west following the rock formations. Maximum depth well beyond 40m, but you can turn around at any depth.

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Pothitos

Pothitos Island is famous for 3-4 different dives for all levels, from beginner to expert. Marine life is rich and visibility is excellent. Depths range from 3 to 50 meters with small surprises hidden in the rocks.

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Pothitos Reef (xera)

A reef close to shore but only boat accessed. Starts from 3m depth and goes down to more than 40m. Excellent wall formation, usually no currents, but some time you may experience a light one. Great visibility.

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Kyra Leni (Wreck)

This is the famous wreck of the Kyra Leni, located in the southern part of the island. The vessel is facing the island. The bow sits at 12 meters, whereas the deepest part of the wreck is at 29 meters.

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Oria

SS Oria was a Norwegian steamer that sank on 12 February 1944, causing the death of some 4,095 Italian prisoners of war, 21 Greeks and 15 Germans. It was one of the worst maritime disasters in history, and the worst maritime disaster caused by the sinking of a single ship in the Mediterranean Sea.

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Pontikonisi

Pontikoniso a small island in the middle of Vouliagmeni’s gulf. Ideal for all levels as it offers a good area for anchoring with a reef, then a wall. Depths range from 3 meters up to 40 meters. Visibility is excellent and marine life is also very interesting.

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