The extremely beautiful and interesting terrain of the land continues below the present level of the sea with canyons, cliffs, vertical walls, meadows, caves and shipwrecks waiting hidden beneath the surface.
The rich waters of the Atlantic, that feed the Mediterranean, losing much of their nutrients and evaporated to reach here. As a result we have one oligotrophic, with high salinity water. This means smaller populations of species, but does not affect the biodiversity and offers exceptionally clear waters with visibility much better than world renowned diving destinations.
The morphology and the relatively small area of the Mediterranean make it virtually absent for divers tides and the resultant of these strong currents, offering ideal conditions for pleasant diving experience. Still, the temperature is high all year round with an average around 20 degrees Celsius.