Scuba diving in Poseidon Pillar
Poseidon Pile is a colorful rock that rises a bit out of the water's surface. The site is a nice chimney dive starting from 30m/98ft and exiting at a depth of 11m/36ft. The cracks and holes in ceiling allow the sunlight to create a mysterious atmosphere.
When to go
The average air temperature in the winter months is 9C/48F and 25C/77F in the summer months. The water temperature varies from 14C/57F in winter to 24C/75 in summer.
What to see
Divers can explore a colorful backdrop of soft corals, sponges and come across scorpionfish, moray eels, wrasses, occasional lobsters, and also forkbeards, which are congers that shape their dens in the rocks along the wall.
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