Cape Kapros

Site de plongée
Grèce

1 Avis
Poissons
Flore & Coraux
Difficulté

Conditions de plongée

Profondeur max
Courant
Visibilité

Quand partir ?

De Mai à Octobre

Poissons et espèces aperçues

Barracuda
Tortue
Mérou
Nudibranche
Poulpe
Murène
Poisson scorpion
Crabe
Crevette
Dorade
Sar
Étoile de mer
Blennie
Castagnole
Corb
Denti
Gobie
Bar commun
Cigale de mer
Saupe
Poisson-perroquet


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Blue Manta Diving & Aquanautic Club 07/01/2019

Cape Kapros marks the northern tip of Skala’s coastline, and just around it one is at the doorstep of Kefalonia-Ithaca channel. The water movement and the occasional currents around the cape is as intriguing, and create a habitat for huge noble pen shells (fan mussels), nudibranch species on the bottom, whilst schools of bogues, picarels and damselfish feed against the current, just above the noticeable thermocline and attract predators like red snappers and amberjacks. The cape has probably a turbulent past, as ancient merchant vessel anchors and broken clay jars (“amphoras”) lie scattered around. The average depth of the dive is 12 m, while the max is 26 m, appropriate for divers of all levels. The usual visibility is 25 m and temperature ranges between 19-25 °C in summer months. Occasionally a moderate surface current may be encountered. Boat ride duration 7′.
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