Greek waters provide endless delights for divers, and the coastline of the Municipality of Monemvasia – on the Myrtoon Sea, Cape Males and the Gulf of Laconia - is no exception.

There are two unique underwater sights that are a must for any underwater explorer – the remains of the submerged prehistoric town of Pavlopetri right on the beautiful beach of Pouda, and the partly submerged ancient town at Plytra, an attractive coastal settlement.

Due to the historical importance of both these archaeological sites, diving is only permitted with mask and snorkel, and not with scuba equipment.

All swimmers will enjoy the beauty of the seabed and variety of marine life to be seen at most of the region’s beaches.