Roman Wreck Dive Site

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The Roman Wreck is ancient history like no other hidden in the Ionian Sea.

Whilst diving off the Greek island of Kefalonia I loved seeing the cargo from a 2,000 year old Roman shipwreck consisting of hundreds of ancient archaeological artefacts.

The body of the wreck itself has disintegrated over the years, but all of the amphorae it was carrying is scattered over the reef.

30 metres visibility makes it easy to find these ancient pots of various shapes and sizes between 5 and 35 metres, some of which are still intact! Schools of barracuda, nudibranch and octopus can also be spotted at this site, offering something for all divers.

Author: Poppy Nowicka, Dive Instructor.

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