Gonies Cove


An impressive reef concludes in a wall at the edge of the cove. Divers can find remains of an ancient, roman era wreck that stretches across the levels of the dive. Fragments of broken amphorae but also intact ones, lead stocks of wooden anchors and ballast stones mark the final resting place of the long gone vessel. The reef is abundant with most species of Mediterranean aquatic life while Loggerhead sea turtles are anything but a rare sight. Average depth for the dive is 16 m, while the max is 31 m, for divers of all levels. The usual visibility is 25 m and temperature ranges between 22-27 C in summer months. There are no currents.




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