Europe is filled with diverse cultures, and this is represented underwater as well with the diversity of things to see and types of diving that can be done. From shipwrecks to ancient ruins, to freshwater lakes with visibility reaching over 60 metres, to flourishing reefs, divers will never be bored here.
The site of numerous battles during WWI and WWII, Croatia’s crystal clear waters are full of historic wrecks, plus Boeing aircraft, fishing trawlers and more. Steep walls covered in black corals and critters are ideal for photography, whilst caves full of pelagic fish are perfect for adventurous dives.
Dive Cyprus to discover an abundance of wrecks, accessible caves and an ancient underwater museum full of Greek artefacts. Shallow, sandy bottomed dives are perfect for beginners, whilst spectacular deep wall dives and reefs offer healthy coral gardens, macro treasures and a host of fish life.
Rich in history and mythology, ancient ruins exist within the Grecian oceans. Wrecks of submarines, ships, and aircraft lie on the seabed while white-faced cliffs are decorated with caves, swim-throughs, and canyons for divers to explore. Discover sperm whales, dolphins, and the rare monk seal.
Italy, often overlooked by visitors as a diving area due to the rich culture and history found on land. In spite of this divers can explore caverns, a multitude of wrecks with historical significance, all found beneath the water’s surface.
One of Europe’s best dive destinations, Malta is known for its clear waters hosting easy reef dives, numerous wrecks for every dive level, plus exciting deep caves and plunging walls. From tiny seahorses through to impressive tuna, barracuda and groupers, the waters are full of life wherever you dive.
Explore ancient reefs, magnificent gorgonian forests, wrecks and underwater cliffs at this European diving hidden gem. Spain’s dive sites are busy with blue sharks, huge schools of fish, thriving corals and plenty of marine mammals, including whales.