Paleokastritsa Diving (2)

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Location: Paleokastritsa

Achilleon diving center is an official Greek scuba diving center with PADI /CMAS instructors and is divided into two branches :
- Achilleon diving center at Ermones bay and
- Achilleon diving center at Paleokastritsa
Our diving center is an ideal place to restrore your peace of mind and focus on diving.
The diver can visit numerous of underwater caves and dreaming diving sites, with the continuous presence of many fishes (some of them really big), such as barracudas, lobsters, gropers, murenes, sea enemies etc. Do not hesitate to send email for any kind of information you need.


Calypso Diving Center

Location: Paleokastritsa

Agios Gordis, a small secluded village nestled into this coastline, with a 1.5km golden beach, is home to Calypso Corfu Diving Center. In 1969 the Dukakis family saw Agios Gordis, with its backdrop of cliffs, cypress trees and olive groves as a perfect vacation spot and built a beachfront taverna with simple accommodation. As an avid spear-fisher, Andreas Dukakis, wanting to share the underwater beauty, trained to instruct scuba diving and opened a small diving centre.


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