Tilemachos' Cave

Site de plongée (plongée en grotte)
Grèce

1 Avis
Grotte
Faune et flore
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
Raie aigle
Crabe
Crevette
Dorade
Sar
Étoile de mer
Blennie
Castagnole
Corb
Denti
Gobie
Bar commun
Cigale de mer
Saupe
Otarie
Poisson-perroquet


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Blue Manta Diving & Aquanautic Club 07/01/2019

Out of the seagrass meadows (“Posidonia oceanica”) a lone reef rises, a death trap to ancient vessels passing through the area. At least 2 of those wooden merchant ships once roaming the Mediterranean, have found their final resting place here, scattering their ballast stones, lead and bronze parts of their hull and rigging and scores of amphorae – their primary cargo, proving the area a puzzle to seamen through the ages. On the underside of a long shallow rocky ridge, a small yet impressive underwater cave awaits to be explored. The dark chamber in the rock features two side-openings and one on the top acting as a skylight shedding ample light into the interior, rewarding the daring diver with spectacular views. Also a variety of fish and quite often Loggerhead sea turtles are frequent visitors to the site. The average depth or the dive is 7 m, while the max is 12 m, appropriate for divers of all levels. The usual visibility is 25 m and temperature ranges between 22-27 °C in summer months. Occasionally a weak surface current may be encountered. Boat ride duration 5′.
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