Locations Home /Locations Zenobia Musan Museum Konnos Point Green Bay Elpida Wreck jubilee Shoals, Avdimou Tunnels & Caves Decosta Bay Sheep Dip Zenobia - Larnaca Zenobia - Larnaca We provide tours and training around one of the world’s most renowned wrecks ‘Zenobia’, which is situated about 15 minutes by boat from the Larnaca marina. Divers of different levels and abilities can explore this fantastic wreck as its depth ranges from 16 to 42 meters. The Zenobia wreck rests on her port side and is an astonishing 178 metres long! What adds to its uniqueness is that its contents have never been salvaged so divers can visit locations like the cargo decks (where a great number of lorries with their cargo can be found), the accommodation sections and the restaurant, among many others. Come and experience first-hand this astonishing wreck, which is rated as one of the top ten wreck dives in the world! Musan Museum - Ayia Napa Musan Museum - Ayia Napa Once certified as an open water diver, you can explore the MUSAN MUSEUM, an amazing underwater attraction, which is one of a kind worldwide. At only 6 – 12 metres deep, you can experience the delight of the submarine figurative sculptures placed amongst sculpted organic trees and subterranean plants. This culminates to a spectacular interaction with shapes and lights as you dive the 170-metre route, which usually takes up to an hour. This underwater gallery is the world’s first of its kind so make this a goal if you are new to scuba diving. Konnos Point Konnos Point One of the most popular and beautiful sites around the Cape Grekko area. Suitable for all divers, depth up to 40 meters and beyond for technical divers. Clifftop parking, careful access down a path. Rock entry via back roll or giant stride. The underwater area is mostly rocks, with sand and some sea grass. Dramatic sheer cliff landscape. Marine life includes a variety of sponges, squid, pufferfish, wrasse, bream, blue-spotted cornetfish, lionfish, barracuda, octopus, turtles, moray eels and nudibranchs. Occasional rays, jacks, weever fish, rabbit-fish and triggerfish. Green Bay Green Bay Located in Protaras area, this is a very easy access shallow dive with a maximum depth of 12 meters. Great for beginners. One of the most famous diving sites on the island, this beautiful spot is easy to reach and to navigate. Home to a great feeding station – aptly named fish rock – the area is abundant with marine life! At the deepest part of the site, there are underwater statues and columns presenting fantastic photo opportunities. Sheep Dip Sheep Dip A very scenic dive with numerous small fish, sponges and octopuses. There are some small caves and a natural stone arch. Maximum depth is 12 metres. Enormous boulders are scattered around the dive site, which creates shelter for a variety of marine life. Elpida Wreck, Larnaca Bay Elpida Wreck, Larnaca Bay Forming part of an artificial reef system in Larnaca Bay, the Elpida was sunk in 2019 and lies upright at a depth of just under 30m, with the main deck at 20-22m. There is plenty to explore on the outside with a large bridge, accommodation areas, a deck area and the 2 main masts. Inside, there are sev-eral container areas, corridors, an engine room and 3 decks of quarters, all with relatively easy ac-cess and safe to dive. Access via boat from Larnaca marina. Jubilee Shoals, Avdimou, Limassol Jubilee Shoals, Avdimou, Limassol Just a stone’s throw from the gorgeously quiet Avdimou Bay, is an underwater site that some say is the best in Cyprus, following the spectacular Zenobia wreck. Only suitable for experienced divers, this one consists of a vast underwater cliff face with caves, pinnacles and a tunnel which offers drop-offs from 20-metre to 60-metre levels. The site is also a great place to spot large fish such as tuna and jackfish, as well as plenty of octopus and moray. Tunnels and Caves Tunnels and Caves An easy shallow dive with a maximum depth of 14 meters consisting of holes, tunnels and overhanging rocks. Interesting stuff! Rocky access using giant stride or roll-back. Bottom composition is rocks and sand. The features of this dive site are a series of natural underwater caves and tunnels, giving optimal lighting conditions for atmospheric diving and great photography opportunities. Once inside the cave or tunnel, the exit point and daylight can clearly be seen, which makes it so easy to dive. Marine life includes pufferfish, wrasse, bream, blue-spotted cornetfish, lionfish, octopus, squid, turtles, moray eels and nudibranchs, plus many varieties of sponges. DeCosta Bay, Protaras DeCosta Bay, Protaras A shallow dive site, with a rocky and sandy bottom, which includes a buoyancy park. Marine life in-cludes pufferfish, wrasse, bream, blue-spotted cornetfish, lionfish, octopuses and turtles. There is ac-cess down a moderately steep slope with a handrail for beach entry. Maximum depth is 14 metres.