Agiofarago Cave

After 12 miles by boat from the diving center we reach the beautiful beach of Agiofarago at the end of a gorge with a lot of history.

At the point we will dive into a geological formation with a large volcanic hole 40 meters long that is supplied with seawater through a tunnel 30 meters long and 6 meters wide.

There is no current, visibility is very good (20m +), and on the surface of the cave the water is cold as fresh water enters from the top of the cave.

Dive site details

  • A

    Suggested level

    Open Water Diver or higher with more than 20 dives.

  • B

    Maximum depth

    17 meters

  • C


    20m +

  • D

    Average temperature

    21-26 C

  • E

    Depth of interest

    15 meters

  • F

    Marine life

    Diplodus vulgaris (Sparos), Diplodus sargus (Sargos), Maena smaris (Marida) Sponge (Porifera), and Pterois miles (Lionfish).Tentacled blenny (Parablennius tentacularis), Garpike (Belone belone), Wide-eyed flounder (Bothus podas), Ornate wrasse (Thalassoma pavo), Rainbow wrasse (Coris julis), Mediterranean moray (Muraena Helena), Parrotfish (Sparisoma cretense), Striped red mullet (Mullus surmuletus), Red scorpionfish (Scorpaena scrofa), Black scorpionfish (Scorpena porcus), Brown comber (Serranus hepatus), Comber (Serranus cabrilla), Dusky spinefoot (Siganus luridus), Dusky grouper (Epinephelus marginatus), Painted comber (Serranus scriba), Bogue (Boops boops), Greater weever (Trachinus draco), White seabream (Diplodus sargus).