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Diving in Mykonos means diving into the past and antiquity with each stroke of your wing. Everywhere you find traces of old Greek and Roman UW sceneries, canyons and unique visibility of 30-40 meters. An intact flora and fauna where you can find octopuses, grouper and many shoals of barakoundas and mackerels. Diving here is also wreck diving: Ships out old like from newer times have sunk here. In only 10 minutes with the boat attainable it offers, all advantages, of a wreck: lain near a varies reef with depths between 20-30 m, the wreck is in good condition.


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