This historical Chapel dive site overlooks the picturesque Bay of Konnos with its golden beach and sheltered waters in Cyprus. It was originally built to watch over the local fishing fleet also to shelter from the invasion of Cyprus in 1974.
To enter the chapel dive site you need to walk down some man-made steps to the cave underneath the chapel dive site. To enter the water a giant stride or roll is required.
Whilst there are many routes to take on this dive site, the most popular is the follow the route to the left bringing you out on the other side of the rock face and exit up a pathway back to the car park.
The underwater terrain descends very quickly from 5 meters to 25 meters and often you can find coins and jewellery for the cliff jumpers. The entry point to the dive site is situated in a small cove, popular with tourists for cliff jumping. Are you brave enough to try a cliff jump?
The Chapel Dive Site is in the Konnos Bay located just outside the Protaras Town.
Its rocky terrain there are lots of nook’s and cranny’s to explore with an abundance Octopus, Moray Eels, Squirrel fish and the ever present Wrasse and Damsel fish to keep you company during your dive.