Snapper’s Alley

At the edge of Kakava reefs, before water becomes too deep, there is an area where Posidonia sea grass, rocks and sandy patches change places. This is where colorful wrasses, brown meagres and all kind of breams find shelter, whilst sea turtles and eagle rays are common visitors, but without a doubt, the stars are the red snappers that are foraging around this alley, preying on the schools of damselfish and parrotfish. Probably the best site to spot a snapper as they never fail divers, especially in early morning dives.

The average depth of the dive is 16m, and the max 22m, for divers of all levels. The usual visibility is 25 m and temperature ranges between 23-25 C in summer months. Occasionally there might be weak currents.

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