We dive most days around the Protaras and Cape Greko area. These dive sites offer excellent conditions with visibility up to 30m. The sea is usually very calm and the currents are mild. Our most popular dive site is Green Bay which is only a few minutes from Poseidon dive centre. This is is ideal for Discover Scuba divers and also certified divers, especially those that haven't dived for a while. Green Bay offers an easy entry and exit so is ideal for those not able to climb rocks to get in and out of the water.
green bay dive site


Green Bay          Shallow dive with an easy entry. Perfect for beginners. Lots of life to see. Max. depth 12m

Green Bay 2       This dive site is great for Open Water divers and with the large cave at 12-17m one not to be missed.

DeCosta Bay       Ideal for Open Water with max. depth of 13m. Good chance to see turtles and stingray here.

Crystal Cove       Nice dive with max depth 15m and a great chance to see moray eels and octopus.

Kaliva                   Easy entry, shallow start with a max depth of 16m

Konnos Point     Spectacular underwater topography. Depth 12m to 40m

The Chapel         Great dive for experienced divers. Depth 20m to 40m

The Caves           Beautiful underwater caverns and tunnels (see right) with max. depth 15m

The Canyon        You can frequently see stingrays here. Max. depth 20m

Nemesis/Liberty  Two wrecks just off Protaras area. 28m depth and 5 minute swim between them.


In December 2013 the Nemesis III was sunk in the crystal clear waters just off Protaras. This 24 metre trawler is lying at a depth of 25m and is really fun to dive! It is just a few minutes by boat from Protaras.

nemesis bow
nemesis deck


This wreck dive is one of the best in the world due to it's size, depth, visibility and the water conditions. The vessel is a 172m long Swedish ferry boat that sank in 1980 on her maiden voyage due to technical problems that affected its stability. The boat was loaded with over 100 trucks and trailers, The wreck is lying between 42m and 16m. Many of the trucks are visible either lying on the seabed or still inside the vessel. The wreck lies just a few minutes boat journey from the shore. Because of it's size we usually do two dives on each trip.

zenobia wreck diving 1
Zenobia wreck propeller Larnaca Cyprus

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