A very nice easy, but interesting site for beginners diving from the boat. Swim across the posidonia grass and find the various objects home to octopus, also see nudibranch, damselfish and the odd moray eel.
Large boulders grouped together to form a pyramid, in the marine reserve area of Amathus, attracting lots of marine life, look out for the large octopus on this dive.
A large archway with four pinnacles situated on every major compass point. An abundance of marine life to be found all over the area. A good Navigation Site.
Close to the shore there is a series of apparently man made caves which resemble ancient tombs. Very scenic site with lots of various marine life.
A great multi-level site with many caves, overhangs and very large boulders some more than 12 metres high. Grouper, moray eels, octopus and large shoals of damselfish are found here.
The Blue Hole in Protaras is an exciting dive for the modern navigators. Ancient clay pots, valleys, canyons all under 12 meters on the way to the blue hole. This is an amazing dive site and is located at one of our most popular site Green Bay. Its can always be as the first dive in a combination with Green Bay.
There is marine life all the way to the cave. You will likely see streams of squirrel fish and damsel fish that take cover in the formation and protection of the caves and rocks. Occasionally we see groupers and octopus at the dive site.
Located on the beautiful Cape Grecko, Cyclops dive site allows the trained diver to attain depths of over 30m if desired, although much of the marine life can be seen above 20m. The dive commences at a depth of 2m, gradually going down to 40m & beyond. According to qualifications
The underwater topography of this site is stunning, with huge boulders, rocks, sea grass & sand. Marine life here includes Jacks, Tuna, large Pipefish, Squirrel Fish, Parrot Fish, Cardinalfish, Octopus, Blennies, Wrasse, Grouper, Bream & Tube Worms. The more discerning diver can also have his or her photo taken on the famous wreck of the ‘chicken chaser, (Cyprus moped), at a depth of 11m. A sight to behold!
Cyclops one of the more very popular dive sites in Protaras, suited to certified divers offering depth ranges for Open Water students all the way to Technical level. At Cyclops you will see many technical and sidemount divers training at this dive site.