The diving site, an ancient port, is on the west side of Kassandra peninsula, at the end of Thermaikos Bay. It is famous for its crystal clear water, its variety of life and its beautiful precipices. Sand and beautiful rock formations alternate all over the seabed. Avlaki in Greek means “furrow” and, actually, the rock sloping massif forms a furrow that you follow as you go deeper. Furthermore, in that site, it is unlikely to meet other divers underwater, but the passing of dolphins is not to exclude!
|Depth at the bottom:||30-35m|
|Level of diver training:||Advanced|
|Diving type:||Dive Spot|
|Diving period:||Whole year|