Scuba Diving in Cyprus

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Cyprus has rapidly grown in stature to get probably the most prominent deep-sea diving locations on earth. Encompassed by the nice and cozy waters from the Mediterranean, it’s no surprise that many flock here to dive off the Cypriot coast.

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If you are a beginner or an experienced diver, you probably will find a lot of dives to interest you. Beginners can learn the ropes at many locations round the island, with dive centres catering for those wanting to dive to depths of up to 50 metres.

Among the key attractions for a lot of is the chance to dive to determine the wreck from the ship Zenobia, which lies near to the harbour at Larnaca.

Seeing the wreck is really a truly astonishing experience. The ship, which sank in 1980, was carrying a big cargo at the time. It is really an amazing experience to determine the ship quietly resting at the bottom with the sea, using its cargo being enveloped through the water.

For all those looking to dive elsewhere, you will find that diving instructors can point you in direction of underwater tunnels, plus numerous caves. There is a great selection of dives here Body with the features which has made diving quite popular in Cyprus.

With the water being warm and intensely clear when compared to song of the world, Cyprus will probably remain among the most popular diving centres in the world.

If you’re considering flying out to Cyprus to get a holiday involving scuba diving then you’ll realize that many inexpensive airlines are now operating flights to Larnaca and Nicosia from locations throughout Europe.

It is usually worth checking out prices online, since the costs involved with reaching the airports of Cyprus do vary.

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