It is perhaps the most significant shipwreck in the area, thus rendering the experience of exploring the underwater site truly unique. Nevertheless, it is not the only one: there are more than 30 shipwrecks hidden under the surface of the sea in the Kea Channel, an exciting pole of attraction for experienced divers from around the world.
Apollonia VI, Portugal that hit a reef and broke in half, cargo steamship Rosa Vlasi thatsank southwest of Makronisos and is left intact, Kyra Leni located near Patroclos island or the German submarine U 133 are some of the wrecks hidden under these waters that you can discover during the diving excursions organized and guided by Kostas Thoctarides.
Apart from the wrecks, the area spread between Makronisos, Cape Sounion and other islets sports many reefs with a great variety of underwater life. Do not miss the chance to dive in Tripiti reef or the Makris reef, whose excellent visibility make it ideal for underwater photography, the Passas reef that is almost 20 meters deep or explore the caverns at Gerolimenas, the habitat of all kinds of marine life, as well as the groupers nest. Wrapped in silence, the colourful marine life, the shipwrecks and the intriguing seabed landscape in the waters of the Lavrion and Sounion areas await divers to uncover their secrets.