Scuba diving in The Arc
The Arc is an interesting dive site in Limni Keriou, Greece. Divers may explore boulders, crevices and walls covered with multiple soft and hard coral types, sponges and sea fans. Diving in the Arc is great for underwater photography due to the abundance of marine species roaming around the limestone reef. The dive site received its name, because its shape of a large arc-formed rock.
What to see:
When to go
Diving in the Arc is preferable from June to September. This period is hot and dry with air and water temperatures of 28-32C/82-89F. The chilly and wet season runs from November to March and is characterized by air and water averages of 5-10C/41-50F.
What to see
Diving in the Arc can bring everyone lots of impressions, as the spot is teeming with different fish. Divers can enjoy parrotfish, lobsters, groupers, moray eels, amberjacks, wrasses, octopi, tuna and nudibrunchs, which found their shelter in caverns and between corals.