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A small protected cove starting at 4 m depth and slowly going down till 28 m. Just a 12 minutes boat ride from Alyki port. Beautiful rock formations, swim through and fresh water springs where a rich marine life is growing.

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A favorite local dive, this dive starts dropping slowly down to 8 meters in a easy, relaxed way, where you will find the wall. Huge rock formations turn into a steep wall with a massive overhang full of soft corals and brilliant colors.

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Ayers Reef

Hundred meters off Tripiti dive site, this rock emerges from a posidonia meadow at around 25 meter depth, which makes this dive site accessible only to advanced divers or higher level.

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Close to the famous Tripiti dive site, Ekatosti is a really funny dive that grows in a small labyrinth made of narrow canyons and ends in front of a pinnacle reaching 3 meters to the surface.

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Minoan Reef

Ten minutes boat trip from Alyki port, in front of Faraggas beach, the Minoan Reef dive site presents a series of underwater mountain chains which start 5m below the surface and reach a depth of more than 25m.

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This site is a lovely protected bay, great for all types of dives, including course training. This dive site has it all. Shallow sand bottom with huge rock boulders, wall drop off and crevice, which all create a pleasant adventurous and scenic dive.

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Piso Aliki

Just a few minutes walking from the village of Aliki, the beach of Piso Aliki is the perfect spot to make your first bubbles underwater. A sandy bottom entrance from the north side of the beach will lead you to a 6m deep colorful reef full of life.

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This dive can be done either diving deep along the wall first, then entering the cave, or following shallower along the wall before entering the cave. The cave is spectacular and is accessible underwater through a massive opening. You can then surface inside the cave to see the magnificent stalactites.

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Cathedral is a spectacular wall dive. The name was given because when the sun beams hit the unique wall shapes and formations, it gives a feeling of diving through a huge Cathedral.

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Amphitheater

Off the coast of Panteronissi facing Paros, Amphitheater is 5 minutes away from the port of Aliki. The site is named after a series of overhangs.

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