Greece

GEOGRAPHICAL FEATURES

Greece is located in southern Erope and, beyond the mainland, also includes the Pelopennese peninsula and more than 3,000 islands (including Crete, Rhodes). Most of them are located in the Aegean, Ionian and Libyan seas. About 11 million people are living in Greece on a total area of about 132,000 km2. The capital is Athen and the official language is Greek. Greece is in the time zone UTC +2/+3 hours.

DIVING AT DESTINATION

Greece offers a variety of unique diving areas. In particular the underwater world around the islands in the regions of the Aegean and Ionian Seas, divers can explore remarkable steep walls, exciting wrecks, caves and reefs. Mainly nudibranchs, crabs, seahorses, perches and eels can be spotted.
Diving is possible all year round. The best diving time is June to September.

DIVING QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

Suitable for beginners and advanced

POPULAR DIVE REGIONS

MARSA ALAM

NAXOS

The island of Naxos is also located in the Aegean Sea. Divers will find wrecks and caves here, which are ideal for an exciting dive.

MARSA ALAM

CORFU

Corfu ist he second largest Ionian island and is surrounded by a magnificent underwater world, in which for example Parrot fishs and barracudas have their habitat between great reefs, interesting steep walls and extensive cave systems.

MARSA ALAM

MYKONOS

The island of Mykonos is located in the Aegean Sea. Here divers can make an exciting excursion into the depths of the sea, which offers not only wrecks and caves but also unique rock formations. In between there are a multitude schools of fish.

CLIMATE

Most of Greece has a Mediterranean climate. The average temperature in summer is 30°C.

BEST TRAVEL TIME

The best time to travel to Greece is June to October.

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