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Drenia Diving

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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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A: Diving Drenia

by Marek Koszorek, 50 meters away

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C: Diving of Drenia Island

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D: Drenia Island Dive

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E: Ouranoupoli Port from the Ferry Boat

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F: Uranopoli Castle

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G: Porto Elea Beach in the morning

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J: Kyradi Beach

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