Neptune reef / Turkey

Neptune reef is known for numerous ancient amphorae, and clay pots, prolonged vases that cast around the sea bottom. It is an easy dive site, but it doesn’t make it less interesting. The rocky relief is dissected by small grottos and canyons, where divers can find plenty of various animals.
In 2011 at Neptune reef the coastal police vessel was sunken on purpose to create a very interesting wreck. It is perfectly suitable for novices who want to perform dives to the sunken vessel.

Location: Turkey, Mediterranean Sea, to the south of Kash

What to see: Here are bright nudibranchs, triggerfish, jackfish, groupers and morays. Sometimes sea turtles visit this place, while octopuses hide in the vases.

Depth: 20-40m/65-131ft

Currents: 1knot

Visibility: 10-30m/33-99ft

Season for diving: Peak season is from June to September. The average water temperature ranges between 17-25C/62-77F.


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