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Here you can see our selected dive sites. They are all reached by boat, 5 to 20 minutes away from the port.

We have selected a number of interesting and varied dive sites for you to explore.
Here you can see where they are about and a very-very short description of them! (…more on the boat before diving!!!)

When divers come to Bali for the first time to book their dives, a very common question is: “What will i see?” “are there any wrecks?”, some others,  comparing the dives here with their last dive in the Red Sea or others (very few who usually  have done no more than 10 dives)  complain that they don’t see any life and then, they start telling us their story about their trip to the Maldives, last year and what they saw there!!!

Here, very shortly, i will give some answers.
Some times we see photos of tropical  fish on web sites of Mediterranean dive centers… this is really upseting… we think this shouldn’t be done since people who are visiting these sites will actually believe that they will see tropical fish in the Mediterranean sea… We don’t like to lie and talk too much…
You have to know that the Mediterranean Sea is really different from the tropical seas. This does not mean that there is no life as some believe or as I see written in some blogs on the Internet… there IS life… there IS interest…maybe not like some years ago(i dive since ’88), it’s true that there is less life in the whole of the Mediterranean sea now but where else around the world is this not the case? There is still much to see but you have to know where to look and how to find it!!! If you really love diving and nature, you will see things! and i can tell you that finding things by “searching” in holes, in caves, looking around, behind and under the rocks, will give you a huge pleasure! This is diving! This is exploration and adventure!!!
If you expect to see here mantas or those giant groupers of the Caribbean sea, corals or sharks… you will be disappointed… sorry… and be aware of people who promise to you something different!!!

Ok, “what can you see?” Once you look at our dive sites have a look  at our photo gallery too . There, you will see  what is hidden in our sea bed. Those photos & many more, are ALL from here (none from somewhere else!) most of them were shot by me and a few from other friends like: Michael, Siggi, Herleif & Lillian, Jean-Claude, Samantha, Rodney, Bill and others (forgive me “others”, i only wrote a few!). It does not mean that you will see them all in one dive but ALL those live and exist here in our sea!
Wrecks? Crete has a big history and many battles took place here. Someone, justifiably, would expect to see wrecks! …unfortunately there are not… at least no one possible to dive to… apart from 2 or 3 with not a lot of interest. Here, in Bali , although we know that boats have sunk, except for their old anchors and potteries from different periods that were thrown out from ships or from ships that have sunk you can’t see a true shipwreck.

On Google-map, click on the small icons to see small descriptions… (click on “Satellite” to see the map better) or click on the dive site’s name, below, to see some more info! …and come to dive with us 2C much more!!! :-)))

karavostasi – Angires – Sifounas – Glaria (west) – Glaria (east) – Peristeri – Agroklima – Plakoures – Prasonisi – Diapori – Agia Paraskevi – Harakas – Aspri Limni – Pirovolopetra – Agios Nikolaos – Fanari – Panormos angires – Fodele – Lavris (Creta Panorama) – Stavros cape


Karavostasi is a very easy dive site, very close to the port of the village.

The name comes from two Greek words: “Karavi” (=Ship) and “stasi” (=station) “Karavostasi” (Boat station).  Boats were coming here to bring or get things as well as people in different periods over history and if we go even further back in time, Karavostasi was a place where boats stopped to repair them.
Situated in the bay of Bali it is found in front of the last beach on the northern side, which of course is called Karavostasi beach. It’s a small creek with a very nice beach, maybe the most picturesque beach in Bali.
As it looks to the  south-east it gives almost always a protected area easy to dive and that’s the main reason we have chosen this site for our beginners. Almost every afternoon we come here for Discover Scuba Diving and beginners’ courses.

Although it is just near the village you will be amazed of what you can find there!
The depth here is from 0m to 5-12m max for beginners and from  16 to 17m for the experienced. Here, if you look carefully,  you will find the presence of the old habitants everywhere. The first and the middle parts of the site are  mostly, sandy. On the sides it is mainly rocky. Usually here, the dive boat stays on anchor and we come to it after the dive.


Sifounas is located on the east side of Bali, not far away from the bay.

It takes just 4-5 minutes to get there by boat from the port! The name comes probably from the hole/cave where the fresh water comes out from the mountains (sifoni = siphon) or from the current that the water makes as it is  coming out like a “whirlwind” (sifounas).
Just under the mountain of “Mpahoumis” an escarpment with 80m vertical rocks gives the first impression, maybe, that this is a deep dive site… but not! The dive here is a shallow dive, ranging from 4-5m to usually 11-12m. It is possible to go till 15-16m if we swim further away from the rocks to the north.
The good thing with the small depth is that we can stay longer and enjoy the really interesting bottom of this site! Caverns, small caves, colours, fresh water springs. Cold water, currents and turbid visibility at the surface and around the springs.



Angires is just 2 minutes from Bali’s port.

It is located outside  the last beach “Karavostasi” and we call it Angires, which means Anchors, because of (what else?!!) the old anchors that are there at the bottom of the sea!
It’s an interesting dive for certified divers,and the depth ranges from 12m till 20-22m . There are several anchors from different periods in time to see and small or bigger parts of broken pottery. They come from different boats that were coming to the bay or from boats that stopped to get protected from a storm. The bottom is rocky and it has many groups of rocks with many small coves of sand between them. Depending onthe weather and the diver’s level we can start the dive outside the bay or closer to Karavostasi behind the rocks where the sea is quiet.
Most of the times the boat comes to pick you up from the point you ascend.

Glaria (place of sea gulls) (east side)

Just 5 minutes from the port out of the bay on the left side are situated the small islets of Glaria (the islets of glaros “sea gull”).

As the wind and the waves are usually coming from the west or the north-west side, behind the rocks of glaria, on the east side the site is protected and the sea is calmer.
We are coming here when it is too wavy to go further away. The dive usually starts near some small caverns at 4 – 6m and we can go down to 17-18 m. This site has such a big variety in the sea bed that we can actually perform 3 completely different dives here!


To go to the diving site in Panormo we need 17-18 minutes by boat.
The dive starts from 4-5 meters and the deepest we go is 19 meters.
There you will see a large cave and a reef.


Diapori is located outside the port of Sises.
We need 15-16 minutes to reach the site by boat.
The dive starts from 6-7 meters and depending on the level of each diver the depth ranges from 18-28 meters.


To go to the site called Agroklima we need 7-8 minutes by boat.
There we will find a small cave and a small tunnel in the shallow water and the deepest we get we will see big  posidonias oceanicas.
The dive depth ranges from 3-4 m. to 18-19m.

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