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Drenia Diving
Greece

Small Island of the coast of Agios Oros peninsula in Halkidiki called Drenia, ofers exellent diving conditions. With a small boat you can get there in 10 minuts from Uranopoli. You can find plenty of underwater rocks, canyons and dropofs.

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Uploaded: 13/09/2013
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Tags: underwater; greece; halkidiki.
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