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Located at the northern most point of Rhodes Island, Rhodes town is a buzzing metropolis, with a plithora of bars, restaurants, hotels and a medieval castle as its centrepiece.
Mandraki harbour is its main port. There you will find cruise boats, day and pleasure cruises and our flagship, the “Armonia”.

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Average Depth: 10 metres
Water Clarity (visibility): 25+ Metres
Average water Temperature: 24° Celcius
Aquatic life: varies from small sub-tropical fish like the Rainbow wrasse(15cm) to, fish such as the grouper(10.m). Other sealife found include the common octopus, squat lobsters, common cuttlefish…



Nestled in a small inlet, about 9kms from the city of Rhodes, on the East side of the island, is Kalithea.
Once known for its Medicinal Springs, which in the pre World War II period was a thriving health retreat, with its lush and exotic gardens, therapeutic waters and tranquil vista, Kalithea has now become the major scuba diving location in Rhodes.
Even today, its crystal blue waters, fascinating rock and cave formations and unique layout, provides for a diver
a memorable experience.

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Average Depth:
 10-22 metres
Water Clarity (visibility): 35+ Metres
Average water Temperature: 24° Celcius
Aquatic life: varies from small sub-tropical fish like the Rainbow wrasse(15cm) to,r fish such as the grouper(10.m). Other sealife found include the common octopus, squat lobsters, common cuttlefish, star fish, seahorses, pipefish .



Located on the west side of the island and about 20 km from Rhodes is Kamiros. Known for its ancient city, this area was a booming metropolis in ancient times.
We will be looking at it through a slightly different eye.
Located at an easy 15m you will find our primary wreck dive. This old transport was washed into the shallow waters during a storm and is now full of sea life and an absolute dream to dive.

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Average Depth: 
15 metres
Water Clarity (visibility): 25+ Metres
Average water Temperature: 23° Celcius
Aquatic life: varies from small sub-tropical fish to larger preditory animals, such as dogfish and barracuda.
Advanced dive.
Only available if weather permits.



No caves, no tangles just straight open water. Grab a drift dive just to make things interesting.

available if weather permits

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Average Depth:
 10-80 metres
Water Clarity (visibility): 35 Metres
Average water Temperature: 22-28. Celcius
Aquatic life: Migrating Tuna, Grouper, Sea Bass, Octopus, Lobster, Barracuda, small tropical fish.



A deserted Paradise. Plimiri is one of Rhodes best and most undiscovered dives.
Upon entering the water you will discover a plithora of sealife and an ever entising commercial dive wreck just to name a few.
This dive given its seclusion is one for the hardy and experienced diver.

minimum 5 qualified divers

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Average Depth:
 20 metres
Water Clarity (visibility): 20+ Metres
Average water Temperature: 22-28° Celcius
Look out for: Large commercial wreck,
Aquatic life: Turtles, Migrating Barracuda, Dogfish, Grouper, Tuna, small tropical fish.



Originally owned nasis, it was later sold to Anthony Quinn after the filming of “Guns of Navarone”.
Antony Quinn bay, provides some of the best diving in Rhodes. Funds of ancient anphora are scattered throughout the bay and caves leave one breathless.
primary dive, right fully named “the cave of the Seal”, takes
to depths of 30+ and challenges even the hardiest of divers,

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Average Depth: 35-40
 metres
Clarity (visibility): 25+ Metres
surface water Temperature: 22-26° Celcius
Aquatic life: ranges from small sub-tropical to large species, eels, octopus and squid. cient – Scattered anphora and pottery



Located south of Faliraki, Ladiko is a pleasant and tranquil setting nd one of the nicest wall dives you will experience in Rhodes.
With depths reaching just over 30m, this spot offers a challange to even the most hardy of divers.
The cove offers 2 wall dives, plus a shallower cove dive.

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anthony-quinnLocation: Click Here
Average Depth:
 10-30 metres
Water Clarity (visibility): 25+ Metres
Average surface water Temperature: 22-28. Celcius
Aquatic life: varies from small sub-tropical fish
like the Rainbow wrasse(15cm) to larger fish such as tuna and grouper.
Ancient: scattered anphora and pottery.