Excellent for photography
Use a torch
Good for night diving
The remains of the Greek steamship the Spyros, which sank 1937, bound for Hamburg from Istanbul, carrying a cargo of cereals and vegetables.
Seeking protection from a storm that was sweeping the region, the Spyros came in closer to land, but struck a submerged rocks just below the surface.
Being close to land, the crew abandoned ship, but even so, seven of them drowned in the storm.
The wreck is quite split, however she is still a very interesting dive, given its shallow depth and wide variety of species that take refuge among the ruins, such as scorpion fish, gobies, mullets, breams, cuttlefish, octopus, rock crabs and spider crabs.