Europe Dive Destinations
Europe offers great diversity to all who visit - enjoy fine cuisine, stunning scenery from the Norwegian fjords to sunny Mediterranean beaches and a wealth of diving opportunities to suit every diver!
Northern Europe offers some of world's best cold water diving from the Scapa Flow wrecks in Scotland to the Orca whales in Norway. For warmer weather head to the Mediterranean coast where conditions are more sheltered and you can expect to see a vast array of species including barracuda, octopi, colourful nudibranchs, sea-horses, rays, dolphins and even the occasional turtle or shark.
There are some excellent wreck diving opportunities including the world-class Zenobia wreck in Cyprus and many others all around Europe. The many limestone areas of Europe make for excellent cave diving -France has some amazing underwater caverns that are not to be missed! For fish diversity second only to the Red Sea head to Malta where the colourful reefs and underwater are truly spectacular!
Belgium, the land of good food, beer and chocolate, has some cold water wrecks to explore and Nemo 33 -the world's largest scuba diving pool.
Discover Croatia with its amazing architecture, diverse ecosystem and beautiful diving from caves, wrecks, deep canyons and colourful reefs.
Cyprus has some of the Mediterranean's most alluring beaches and one of the world's best wrecks -the 200m long Zenobia ferry.
The Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic offer some of the cleanest waters in the world and an amazing assortment of cold water marine life.
France offers amazing diving both in the Atlantic and Mediterranean seas with many WW2 wrecks, amazing caves and exquisite reefs to explore.
Enjoy beautiful diving and spectacular scenery at Lake Bodensee at the foot of Alps or search for wrecks in the Baltic and North Sea.
Explore ancient wrecks and sculptures including the Britannic (sister to the Titanic) and great marine parks in the glorious sunshine of Greece.
Ireland is a gem for adventurous divers searching for dolphins, whales and sharks, deep wrecks, kelp forests and beautiful underwater scenery.
Try Italy for excellent cuisine, great wine and diverse diving from large wrecks to amazing caves and corals and the rather unusual lava stones.
Diving around Malta is some of best in the Mediterranean with beautiful sunny skies and clear waters, rich marine life and some absolutely amazing wrecks -you will not be disappointed!
Dive wrecks in the North Sea, explore the Oosterschelde and many fresh water diving opportunities with tiny lobsters and unusual attractions including underwater houses with working telephones.
Explore some of the world's most stunning scenery -dive amidst spectacular fjords with huge shoals of herring, crabs, squirrelfish, colourful nudibranchs and the star attraction: killer whales!
Portugal, the western corner point for Europe, has some amazing wreck dives from steam boats to combat submarines, colourful reefs and, of course, plenty of beautiful beaches.
Scotland offers some great cold water diving including the world renowned German war fleet scuttled in 1919 at Scapa Flow - an MUST for all wreck enthusiasts!
Spain has diving opportunities to cater for everyone from wrecks and caves to colourful reefs and swimthroughs full of life including dolphins, barracuda, huge grouper, moray eels and tiny sea-horses.
Sweden is little known diving location offering an estimated 40,000 sunken ships to explore, many caves and the more unusual flooded mines make for excellent diving and amazing underwater photos.
Turkey is fast growing destination with warm waters and excellent visibility, there are an abundance of wrecks to explore and Mediterranean species including turtles can be seen.
The UK offers diverse diving from wrecks and reefs in both inland lakes to coastal waters, marine life includes seals, octopus, lobsters, colourful wrasse and amazing basking sharks.