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Scuba Diving in Anthony Quinn, Rhodes Island, Aegean Islands Greece
In Anthony Quinn beach, you will find beautiful sand and some pebbles and rocks, both in and out of the sea. It’s at 15 km/9.33 mi away from Rhodes town and close to the famous Faliraki resort, that is well known for its jollification and nightlife. The deep emerald color of the water and the green vegetation are some of the characteristics of this beach.
This bay provides some of the best scuba diving opportunities in Rhodes Island. Throughout the bay and the caves, you can find mounds of ancient amphora. Let your feelings free, take a breath and let the ”Cave of the Seal” takes you in the mystery world of the sea ground. The average depth is from 10 m/32.8 ft to 30 m/98 ft and your visibility rate would be at about 25+m/82+ft long. The water temperature is between 22-28°C/71.6-82.4°F. In the bottom, you will meet aquatic life that ranges from small sub-tropical fishes to large species, octopus, squid and eels. Near the spot, there are scuba dive schools, with experts at your disposal, in case you need a professional to initiate you in the magic of the sea ground.
Last but not least, you can find restaurants, bars and cafes, where you can take a break from your adventure game with the magic sea world and spend some time with your company. Near the beach, you can also find lovely accommodation options.