Whatever your travel dreams offer, Europe is certain to take your breath away. A kaleidoscope of culture, landscapes, and cuisine make this continent a fulfilling travel destination for the young and old alike. Surrounded by world-famous cities teeming with life, the heart of Europe beats through the metropolitans of ancient Greece, the birthplace of western civilization. A place where every country is so vastly different than the next, Europe has the rare claim to a borderless treaty called the Schengen Agreement in which internal border control has been abolished between designated countries. A cutting edge, progressive society, any visitor traveling to Europe will find that, like the vast horizon, the opportunities in this country are endless.
England may be known for its rainy weather and Stonehenge but don't discount this country's love for scuba diving, particularly on the Jurassic Coast.
Diving the Farne Islands will open your mind and touch your soul as you get into the water with some of mother nature's most playful creatures.
From planes to cars, diving Vobster Quay means experiencing a range of underwater sights and covering a lot of ground in little time.
For fresh bubbles, magnificent viz and spectacular wildlife encounters, now is the perfect time to explore the volcanic island of Lanzarote.
Some people go to Brussels for the waffles, others go for the impressive architecture scene. Scuba divers go to Brussels to dive in the Nemo 33 indoor pool.
The Mediterranean oasis of Spain's Costa Brava is a delight for divers. With wreck dives, shore dives and wall dives just off the coast, to truly explore this destination you must take to the sea.
Nothing compares to the thrill of diving to a helicopter, airplane, army car, and double-decker bus all in one dive. Don't miss this epic diving jungle in England.
Who says cold water diving can’t be filled with color? Plunge into Carnac, France and explore the bountiful anemone gardens, intricate macro life, and delicate fragility below the surface.
Backroll into to the cold water world of Portugal's Berlengas Island Natural Reserve. Located off the coast of Peniche, this underwater paradise will have you have you gurgling with excitement into your regulator.
With thrilling shore dives, an amazingly sunny climate and marine animals coming from the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean sea, it's no wonder scuba divers are seduced by the underwater world of Costa del Sol.
For land loving travelers, Portugal has got it all, but if you are a scuba diver, this beautiful European country can easily fly’s under the radar. Pending the cooperation of the tides, wind, and weather, there are neat things to see and plenty of good macro life these cold and productive waters.
Who would have thought that resting in the middle of the Atlantic ocean, the Azores would be a top Portuguese diving site? With nine volcanic islands to choose from and a plethora of local and offshore diving, this up and coming hotspot is just waiting to be discovered.
With the civil unrest a recent memory, few places in the world lay claim to unexplored waters off its coastline. Let Albania help you become an underwater explorer.
A brief glimpse of some of the marine fauna and stunning snorkeling opportunities on Croatia's Dalmatian coast.
The world knows the Netherlands for their windmills and clogs, but what is not as well known is the excellent shore diving in the southern province of Zeeland.
The beauty of Croatia’s Dalmatian coast is one thing to drive, another to scuba dive. Suit up and plunge into this country's ocean of adventure.
Italy is a cultural hub for art, history, dining and scuba diving. Dive the Amalfi coast and see some of the best-kept secrets of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Submerge yourself into an underwater playground of fun as you explore some of the best shore dives Slovenia has to offer.
Vibrant and full of outdoor adventures, Croatia, is a dream to scuba dive. Explore the underwater mystery of the Adriatic Sea in and around Dubrovnik.
Want to step into to cold and clear Mediterranean sea? The Greek island of Zakynthos is the perfect place to take the plunge and spot some rare animals.
Join us for an underwater adventure as we take my sister on her first ever Discover Scuba Diving.
Trying to windsurf for the first time is no easy feat but a good place to start is on Spain's Mar Menor a sheltered lagoon well-known for watersports.
Famed for its caves, Slovenia's Karst region has some of the most unique underground systems in all of the Balkan countries. Join us as we venture into the heart of the Skocjanske James UNESCO cave.
If you are an adrenaline junkie, who wants to avoid the crowds while traveling in Portugal, head to the Arrábida region of this country and try coasteering, an extreme sport that combines swimming, climbing, and cliff jumping.
Visiting Croatia's beautiful city of Dubrovnik and exploring the Game of Thrones filming locations around old town.
Use this list during your vacation to take yourself to the top 5 most important sites on Zakynthos island!
While traveling Greece, don't miss out on Athen's Panathenaic Stadium, a world renown sports complex that hosted the first modern day Olympic games.
The tip of Cape Sounion, Greece was the picture perfect spot for our half day adventure and swim with Poseidon, the mighty god of the sea.
Explore the windmills filled horizon of the Kinderdijk while learning all about Dutch history in just one day.
Iceland's natural beauty is overwhelming, specifically around Mývatn. Check out the top 5 places to hike in this region.
Take a dip in the Blue Lagoon and the Mývatn Nature Baths, two of Iceland's best geothermal hot springs.
Try these 9 adventures and truly feel like you have lived it up on your vacation to Iceland.
Iceland's pristine beauty is world renowned and after having visited 8 different waterfalls around the country we now understand why.
The Fossatún troll gardens is a neat spot to check out and learn about Icelandic fables and superstitions.
Seeing the beauty of Iceland's world renowned Jökulsárlón Lagoon was a jaw dropping experience. Check out our frigid adventure.
While in Belgium, the city of Bruges is worth a trip both for the view and to sample local delicacies.
You haven't truly explored Amsterdam until you have been to the Red Light District, a place leaving nothing to the imagination.
From world-famous windmills to delicious cheeses, there is no shortage of places to see in Holland all year round.