Keadivers, My Big Geneva

Nestled in the sparkling waters of the Aegean Sea, Kea Island emerges as a haven for diving enthusiasts seeking unparalleled underwater adventures. Yannis Tzavelakos, founder of Kea Divers, reveals a few secrets in his latest video. 

Known for its crystalline waters, diverse marine life, and captivating underwater landscapes, Kea offers a remarkable experience for both seasoned divers and beginners alike.

 

A Diver’s Paradise: Underwater Wonders of Kea

Kea Island, also known as Tzia, is the northernmost island of the Cyclades archipelago in Greece. Renowned for its rich history, charming villages, and pristine beaches, Kea is equally celebrated for its exceptional diving opportunities. Beneath the azure surface lies a vibrant marine ecosystem teeming with life, beckoning adventurers to explore its depths.

 

Dive Sites for Every Adventurer

Kea boasts an array of dive sites catering to various skill levels and interests. Novice divers can delight in gentle shallows and tranquil coves, while seasoned professionals can challenge themselves with exhilarating drift dives and captivating underwater landscapes. Here are some notable dive sites awaiting exploration:

The Caves of Kalidonichi: Dive into the mystical world of underwater caves at Kalidonichi, where ancient rock formations create a labyrinthine environment ripe for exploration. Navigate through caverns adorned with stalactites and swim alongside schools of fish darting through the shadows.

The Wreck of the HMS Britannic: For advanced divers seeking a unique adventure, the wreck of the HMS Britannic presents an intriguing opportunity. Resting at a depth of over 100 meters, this sunken British ocean liner offers a hauntingly beautiful dive experience, rich in history and marine life.

 

On dry land, the House of Guita, the Villa Mia, or the Kitrino Spiti are also waiting for you.