The island of Rhodes is the largest in the Dodecanese, with a length of 79km and width 38km. It is situated 363km from mainland Greece.Throughout ancient and modern times Rhodes has always been strategically positioned at the crossroads of Europe and the Middle East,also Cyprus and Egypt. This brought lots of different civilisations to the island and today you can see the marks it has left in all aspects of the culture.
As Rhodes is located just a short distance from the second deepest point of the Mediterranean sea (Lindos Basin), the island can offer all types of diving, from nice relaxing shallow depths to the more extreme deep cave dives. Being a volcanic area in the ancient times, the underwater topography is full of dramatic cliffs and large lime stone reefs with small unusual caverns and deep never ending caves that have been there since ancient Greece.
Over the past years the sea life around the island has seen some great changes for the better. There is always something to see, a wide variety of micro life ,schools of bream,damsel fish,grouper,cuttlefish,octopus,moray eels and squid etc. and with a bit of luck you can spot nudibranch,sea horses, sea hears, amber jacks,tuna,sting rays, turtles and even monk seals. The warm and crystal clear waters have brought some immigrants from the red sea, pipefish, soldier fish,rabbit fish and there have even been some sightings of lion fish!
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