Lassithi Diving

Lassithi diving

Although the coastline of Crete is very rich in underwater reefs and caves, Lassithi diving is generally not very popular, except for diving centers in tourist resorts. Some Lassithi diving centers have their base in these resorts, such as Sissi, Elounda and Agios Nikolaos, offering courses for all ages and boat trips to popular diving sites in eastern Crete.

Here are some diving centers in Lassithi. Each diving center is presented with detailed text, photos and point on Google map. If you have experience with any of these diving centers, feel free to write your review. All request forms are sent directly to the diving center manager so that you can book a diving course with them or ask any question.

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Dive Aqualand

Location: Istro beach

With over 50 dive sites we have always something to offer for every diver. The excellent visibility in this Mediterranean Sea, the fabulous weather conditions, the stunning underwater landscapes and the variations of sea life are just a few things you can expect to experience with us!


Happy Divers

Location: Agios Nikolaos

Dive from the beach or with one of our boats that are completely equipped and designed for your comfort and safety. All dives are escorted by a qualified member of our staff. You can relax while you discover the beauty of more than 20 diving sites, during the day or night. Make a quick dive through our web site. Do you want more? Take part in one of our PADI courses, from Open Water Diver to Dive Master. From 8 to 88 years old, we are here for you. Become a Happy Diver!



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One of my favourite coastlines, the spectacularly stony and stunning Plaka, pure paradise!
A dilapidated cafe, Plaka, Crete
In the early morning hours, when many of us are cursing - oops! - I mean, hitting -  the snooze button for a few more precious minutes of sleep, before facing tedious traffic on the ride to work, this fisherman in Agios Nikolaos, Crete, has just finished his shift, and quietly docks his boat next to the only other vessel on the shore, until his next traffic-free trip out to sea.
Seaside dining, is in itself, very appetizing, but so are the views from Plaka. In the distance, the island of Spinalonga, the Venetian fortress that subsequently became a leper colony in 1903.
Fishing boats, anchored and awaiting new passengers for the 5 minute boat ride to Spinalonga, Plaka, Crete
Freshly caught octopus, a Cretan specialty, is offered by most seaside taverns, like this one in the fishing village of Plaka.