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Location: Town

Blue Adventures Diving is a Five Star PADI Instructor Development Center offering recreational diving and courses for novice and experienced divers. Established in 1993, Blue Adventures Diving ltd. has grown successfully throughout the years making it one of the top dive centers in the diving industry in Europe.


Hania Paradise Dive

Location: Town

Hania Paradise Dive Center, certified by PADI and CMAS, since 1996 invites you to explore the idyllic sea of Crete in the bay of Hania. The area is well known for its golden beaches, crystal clear waters, friendly atmosphere and marine life. Here you will enjoy diving into a colorful underwater world, discover hidden treasures and experience the endless famous blue of the Mediterranean.


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