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Scuba diving in Kyrenia

Crystal blue waters astound visitors to Kyrenia, the center of activity on Cyprus’s northern shoreline. You can expect to encounter mild weather and ancient castles during your trip to Kyrenia.
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Diving in Kyrenia

Quick facts

Step into the warm, bright blue waters of the Mediterranean. The comfortable weather is seemingly constant, and the winters here are much milder than surrounding areas.

Kyrenia is the gateway to scuba diving on the northern coast of Cyprus. There are several dive centers in the city, taking you out to unforgettable dives.

Some of the most popular dives in the region are known as “The Power Station” and ”Fred,” named in honor of the man that found it. The reefs here are home to turtles, octopi, and interesting reef fish. Check out the caves that are not too far from the Power Station!

The fascinating plane wreck dive is not to be missed. Found not too far from the beach, this WW2 bomber rests beneath the waves. Spend some time looking into the cockpit at the fascinating new residents within.

When to go

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What to see

There is a surprising diversity of marine life in these gorgeous blue waters. Lobsters hunker down in their small caves, and massive schools of mackerel swirl overhead. Keep an eye out for giant groupers and amberjacks, who make frequent appearances. The unexpected parrotfish will show its face as well, chomping on the abundant corals.

Look closely, and you might see spotted nudibranchs on rocky formations throughout the region.


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