Silhouette of Young Man Scuba Diver between Water Surface and Sea BottomDiving in Aegean with Bergin Tours Diving School (PADI – CMAS)   sun_small

The Aegean coast of Turkey is maybe the most beautiful dive region around Asia Minor.Different currents from different climates and seas mix here and compose a great variety of aquatic life. Fish from Atlantic and Med mixes with thouse coming from the Black Sea. And there is a dramatic change in the climate of north and south of the Aegean coast. This also has great effect on the variety of creatures and dives as well.

Both sides of the Aegean is surrounded by great civilizations through out the history. Turks and Greeks dominate the area now,but wrecks and archeaological relics reach back to thousands of years. If you are interested in history and want to see theamphoras, you must come dive the Aegean and see them. There are also wrecks from the WWII and some contemporary cargo ships as well. Anzak War around the Dardanelles left many war ships behind. We must dive and show our respect to thoso who fought for theirnations.

Besides diving, Turkish Aegean coast always offers the best opportunities for a nice holiday, with its white and blue colors, olive oiltastes, friendly people and great hospitality. Those who wants a day-off diving may enjoy the blue bays with their non-diving accompanies. History lies not only underwater, but on land as well. Handcrafts of local villages are great value and make nice gifts to those back home.

You will never regret a day when you stay around the Aegeancoast.

Please enjoy the site. Dive sites around the region is categorized by location. You can also find cross reference links to dive sites around that region. The dive sites listed here are authorized by the Turkish Federation of Underwater Sports. Donot hesitate to contact them, as well asus, may you have any questions.

Read through the articles about dive sites or wrecks. If you have any good memories or wrote something worth reading, send it to us. We will publish it for you here.

Please drop us a note about what you think, so that we can improve this portal. If you need any assistance on accomodation or some advice on dive sites and centers, please contact.





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