Cyclops Cave

Cyclops Cave dive site is named after the cliff side cave that legends say was the home of the mythical one-eyed Cyclops rather than a cave that we explore whilst diving. 

The site has something to offer divers of varying experiences. In the shallows it has stunning topography of huge boulders, rocks, seagrass and sand – including a sandy, uphill path between meadows of Posidonia seagrass. Whilst if you follow the “Ski Slope”, this gradual slope will take you down past 40m. 


This makes it a great diver for training purposes. It is ideal as a practise site for mapping, night diving, navigation and deep dives. Marine life includes bream, grouper, lionfish, moray eels, nudibranch, sea urchins and starfish, among other species.

Cyclops Cave Dive Site
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