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Diving in Ayia Napa
When to go to Ayia Napa
Diving season lasts all year round, but the best time to come here is from May to October, when the water temperature ranges between 21C/69F and 28C/82F. Visibility is about 30m/98ft.
What to see
The advantages of Ayia Napa include warm, calm, crystal clear waters and abundance of marine life, which features a good number of sponges and corals as well as crabs, starfish, stingrays, parrotfish, pipefish, turtles, damsel fish, octopus, soldier fish, groupers, moray and many others.
Scuba diving in Ayia Napa
Ayia Napa is a resort at the far eastern end of the southern coast of Cyprus, located near Cape Greco. The closest international airport is Larnaca that is located in 60km/37mi. The rocky sea bottom around Ayia Napa and spots nearby, especially Cape Greco and Protaras, offer a huge variety of caves, tunnels, wrecks, rock formations, canyons, caverns and reefs. The depths of the dives vary, from a very shallow 6m/19ft dive to Zenobia, which takes divers down to 42m/137ft. Zenobia Wreck is a must do dive in Cyprus, where divers get a rare chance to explore the ship's internal compartments: large number of transitions and interiors. It is even possible to sit in the cabs of trucks. The depth of this site ranges from 16m/52ft to 43m/141ft and visibility is excellent, about 50m/164ft. Other popular dive sites include Cape Greco, Cricket Wreck, Green Bay, Liberty Wreck, Cape Awkward, The Chapel, Sandy Bay, Caves, Canyon and Cliffs. Caves are a series of 5 different caves and connecting them tunnels. The site features shallow depth of 12m/39ft, which makes it accessible to a larger array of divers, but it's recommended for experienced divers only.