Dive into the Early Helladic II Period
If you want to discover the secret of Argolida’s sea floor that caused a big stir all over the world, then you have to visit the Early Helladic settlement at the beach of Lambagianna. The settlement dates back to the middle of the Third Millennium B.C. and it was discovered in August of 2015. So, you now have the chance to explore 12.000 acres of underwater history.
Diving in Arcadia
If you want to discover underwater treasures, then you won’t be getting out of the water in Arcadia. The deep blue waters create an ideal ambience for relaxation and the sea floor beholds unbelievable beauty and outstanding richness. So, all you have to do is grab your gear and go.
Arcadian Village, Xeropidago, Paralio Astros
Diving in Corinth
If you want to do some variety diving, then there are a lot of places within the prefecture of Corinth that will intrigue you. Most of the diving sites are along the boarders of Loutraki and Agioi Theodoroi. There’s such exceptional beauty and thrilling secrets of the underwater world, which will make you swim in a sea of happiness.
Diving in Ancient Times / Pavlopetri
If you want to dive into the most ancient city of the world, then Pavlopetri is your only choice. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the city rests 4 meters below sea level. You’ll admire the exquisite architecture and the remarkable attractions that have been underwater for 5.000 years. So, get ready for your most historic dive ever.
The islet of Pavlopetri (across from Elafonissos)
Diving in Ancient Times / Plytra
If you want to discover a truly unique sea floor, then you have to visit the village of Plytra in Monemvassia. Some majestic beaches are waiting for you, as well as something truly extraordinary: the remains of an underwater ancient city. It’s estimated that it sunk after the earthquake in 365 A.C. and it’s identified with the ancient city of Assopos, which flourished during the Ancient Greek Era and the Roman Empire.
Diving in Laconia
If you want to have some diving diversity, then in Laconia you won’t know where to begin. The waters and the sea floor will give new meaning to your diving, whether you’re a beginner or an experienced diver. Most beaches of the area have a great variety of underwater life and they really elevate the level of your subaquatic experience.