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Dodecanese Islands Greece Scuba Diving 2023 | Deep Blue Destinations
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Dodecanese Islands

One of the most spectacular dives on the Dodecanese Islands is the Cave of Seal. Found off of Rhodes Island, divers enter the cave to discover families of seals greet and interact with you.There are many dive shops on the developed islands, especially on the most populated island of Rhodes. Many sites on the island are good for beginners and training, but are still well worth a visit. There are wrecks, too. The Plimmiri is found in shallow water, and is a superb spot to get your wreck diving certification.Kos Island also has some interesting sites to see, with incredible rock formations and plenty of Mediterranean creatures to discover.

Dodecanese Islands Sea Life

The Aegean Sea is home to Of course, you get to swim with seals in the Cave of Seal, but there are not many large pelagics here because of its relative isolation. You may, though, see dolphins or sharks in deep water.Eels, groupers, and blennies can be spotted in the rocky reefs, as well as their echinoderm counterparts: starfish, urchins, and sea cucumbers.

How To Get There

Taking a ferry is the most scenic and memorable way to get to the islands. Once you’ve arrived, there are smaller boats that can help you island hop. Chartering a boat is a romantic option that opens up new exciting possibilities.

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