Submerge yourself in adventure on a mini-submarine archeological expedition where you’ll view, document and photograph recently discovered Roman shipwrecks that sank between 200 BC and 400 AD near Panarea Island. Before being discovered these Roman and Greek shipwrecks had not seen by human eyes for 2,000 years. This summer will be the first time that shipwrecks will be shared with citizen archaeologists and adventurous travellers.
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You can snorkel over the remains of this once-thriving Minoan city off Elounda, Crete. The site has mosaic floors depicting birds and fish and they are all that remain of two chapels associated with the town. Coins excavated from the site show Zeus, an eagle, a dolphin or a star. Artefacts from the site can be seen in the archaeological museum of Agios Nikolaos and in the Louvre.
If you would prefer to remain dry, like the Greek wine retsina, no worries — low tide uncovers the city wall.