If you're looking for a rich variety of diving that is pleasant year-round - with lots of marine life on offer - head to Ayia Napa. Beginner divers can find calm conditions with stunning visibility, while more advanced divers get the caves, canyons and tunnels they're looking for. There are also some great artificial reefs - boats sunken in recent years and now teeming with marine life - to enjoy.
The Nemesis Wreck and the Liberty Wreck stand out here, both lying at 25m. Shore diving is superb around Cape Greco, with many of the most popular dive sites in the area located around the stunning natural reservoir due to its calm, clear waters and lack of currents.
The weather and water conditions around Ayia Napa allow year-round diving, making it ideal for those looking for sun, sea and marine life at any time.
May-October sees the warmest temperatures, with the warmer water positively influencing the position of the thermocline and the marine life available to see.
Most international travellers will land at Larnaca Airport and then take an approximately 40 minute taxi ride to Ayia Napa.
Alternatively you can take an intercity bus, which will drop you in Ayia Napa. Buses will be much cheaper than taxis.