Open water (OW) qualification required. Access is from the shore just past the headland at Coral Bay, a short walk along the rocks.
This is a particularly popular dive, ranging from 4 metres to about 12 metres. It takes its name from the natural formation resembling an amphitheatre that the sea currents have cut out of the rock.
Besides the magnificent rock formations, there is an abundance of marine life to admire, including groupers, eels and cuttlefish.
Open water (OW) qualification required. There are a number of caves, including one with an amphorae encrusted roof, and gullies to explore at a depth of 5 to 12 metres.
Devil's Head Diving Site
Open water qualification required. Access is by boat.
Located off the northwest coast of Pafos in the Akamas area, this dive combines caves and interconnecting tunnels at a depth of some 11 metres. If you are lucky you may spot a green and leatherback turtle during the turtle season. There is plenty of marine life to admire around the rock formation.
Open water qualification (OW) required. Access is by boat some 25 minutes from Pafos harbour.
This Lebanese freighter ran aground in shallow water in 1972 and was initially used as target practice by the army. But it was later declared a hazard to other ships and blown up in 1974. It now rests in a crater created by the explosion, 11 metres underwater.
Very close are two large archways and narrow tunnels suitable for experienced divers. There is also plenty of marine life to observe.
Open water (OW) qualification required. This former Russian fishing vessel sank at sea, close to Pafos harbour in 2006 as she was being towed to Lemesos (Limassol) to be scrapped. She now lies on a rocky bottom, 14 to 18 metres underwater and is home to groupers, bream and other fish.