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Diving in Neos Marmaras

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When to go to Neos Marmaras

The climate of Neos Marmaras is hot in the summer and mild in the winter. Scuba diving in Neos Marmaras is available from May to September. The average air temperature is 9C/48F in winter and 30C/86F in summer. The water temperature averages 24C/75F in summer and 14C/57F in winter. The average visibility is 10-30m/32-98ft.


What to see

The area around Neos Marmaras is impressive, with its diverse underwater fauna and flora that include corals, sea anemones, starfish, conger eels, morays, scorpionfish, seahorses, and octopi. 

Scuba diving in Neos Marmaras

Neos Marmaras is a village on the Sithonia Peninsula in Halkidiki, Greece. The closest airport is Thessaloniki Airport, that is located in 110km/68mi from it. Neos Marmaras combines the mountains and the sea with beautiful nature, and offers a variety of activities for travelers. Divers of all levels of experience as well as snorkelers can find something interesting here. Most of the diving consists of caves, walls, reefs, rock formations, and some wrecks.


Most popular dive sites

One of the most popular dive sites near Neo Marmaras is Kelifos Island, where divers can explore walls, reefs, and rich marine life. Other sites that are worth visiting include Kalamitsi, Kalogria Reef, and Porto Koufo Wall.