Protaras Diving

Protaras is in the eastern part of the island and boasts crystal clear, calm and turquoise waters. Many of the dive sites have incredible underwater formations of boulders, rocks, caves and crevices waiting to be explored.

The underwater life is abundant and in this area you can spot an array of underwater life like octopus, moray eels, groupers, squirrel fish, wrasse, tuna, jacks, damsel fish, parrot fish, cardinal fish, fire worms, tube worms, sea bream, cuttle fish, star fish, white bream, blennies and pipe fish.  We organise dive trips to the dive sites below on Wednesdays every week.


The Green Bay area is a calm and relatively shallow bay on the coast next to a tiny fishing harbour.  The maximum depth is at 10 metres and recently some statues were sunk at a depth of 8 metres for divers to enjoy.


The Chapel sitting on top of the cliff face is what gives this dive site its name. The dive site overlooks the beautiful bay of Konnos that boasts golden beaches and calm, sheltered waters. The average depth on this dive is 10-15 meters but you can go down to as deep as 30 meters. This spot is not only popular with fish and divers but with tourists for cliff jumping.


Cyclops Cave is located in the Cape Grecko area. The Cyclops cave dive site, is not an underwater cave, it’s a cave where we access the dive site. The dive site starts at 2 meters and gradually goes down to 40m and beyond.


Situated in the Cape Grecko National Park this dive site is one of the most natural unspoilt places to dive in Cyprus. It’s one of our remote and most tranquil dive sites.


For more information on any of our dive packages, schedule, products or our current prices please call / email us. We look forward to hearing from you.