The beautiful island of Corfu is situated in the Ionian Sea and is part of the Eptanisa island complex. Blessed with amazing natural landscape, stunning sandy beaches with crystal clear waters, along with historical monuments and medieval villages, Corfu is a fascinating Mediterranean destination that enchants and inspires visitors!
The island attracts not only nature and history lovers, but also adrenaline sports enthusiasts, as it offers a vast number of outdoor activities. Corfu is home to a number of impressive dive sites, addressed to all skill levels. Agni Reef or just Agni is one of the most favorite dive spots here, located on the northeast side of the island, close to Nissaki resort.
The dive begins as a typical Mediterranean one, as you can see urchins, sea bream, octopus and star fish, but as you descend a beautiful underwater garden will be discovered. Divers can encounter red scorpion fish, cuttlefish, big groupers and red mullets to name just a few. The spot also features rock formations, crevices and small caves and colorful corals.
The visibility is excellent up to 30 m/98.4 ft and the site welcomes divers of all experience levels. The average depth is 15 m/49.2 ft and the maximum 42 m/137.7 ft. If you are an experienced diver, do not miss the opportunity to book a boat dive at the Agni Wreck! Finally, Agni is also a great location for dive training and night diving.