Scuba Diving in Nissaki Wall, Corfu Island, Ionian Islands Greece

Skill Level:
Experienced Divers
10 m/32.8 ft - 30 m/98.4 ft
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!

Nissaki is a picturesque seaside village, located on the northeast side of the island. Apart from amazing views and all the amenities for unforgettable holidays, Nissaki offers five amazing dive sites. Nissaki Wall accommodates experience divers, as well as photographers, because of its significant marine life. The dive begins from a plateau at a depth of 5 m/16.4 ft. The average depth here is 18 m/59.1 ft.

As you descend down the wall, you can spot black and purple sea urchins, red and yellow sponges, morays, octopus, big groupers, and many other species. The maximum depth is about 32 m/104.9 ft, where you will come across a small boat wreck waiting to be explored! The location also features halls and crevices full of cardinal fish and damselfish. The visibility is good and ranges from 10 m/32.8 ft to 30 m/98.4 ft. Keep in mind that, you should be careful of boat traffic. All in all, if you are a scuba diving fun, you will definitely love Nissaki Wall!