Visitors are welcome to observe this exciting experience.
he establishment of the Nicosia dates back around 2200 years and it is the capital of the Cyprus now with a population of about 112.000 and was developed particularly during the Lusignan rule.
" We dive slowly along the reef and what we find so remarkable compared with diving sites we have visited in the Med is the marine life. 28 meter below the surface the light is striking, we can still see the surface buoy clearly through the simmering clear water.
The sites here are neither ruined by too many divers nor out fished.
The region is divided into two sides as Turkish and Greek sectors by a frontier known as the green line which follows in east - west direction.
The city walls, which were built by the Venetians in 1570 as a protection from the Turk attacks, are thick and high.
C., by Greece settlers and was for many years one of the 12 Kingdoms of Island.
In the 8th Century Kyrenia was conquered by Byzantine who built the original stronghold before extended first by the Lusignans and then by the Venetians.
The underwater terrain is futhermore an ideal place for octopus and moray eel, colorful sponges, soft corals, as well as treasures from ancient times.
The museum also contains the original cargo and equipment from the ancient ship. The wooden surface of the ship is coated with a strong lacquer to protect it against Mediterranean wood-boring maggot.
The number of kitchen utensils, wooden spoons, olive oil bottles, glasses and saltcellars show that the ship's crew was only four persons. Four hundred amphoras, 29 basalt millstones and 9000 almonds were found in the wreck.
Under Ottoman rule the city had remained a stretegic port.
The British built a quay and a harbour on the shore.