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Devon is located in South West England and offers a large variety of diving opportunities. It has become a very popular holiday resort for diving. There are easy shore and drift dives for novices and the less adventurous diver. The more experienced divers can enjoy the many wrecks the Devon coastline boasts, from the easily accesible to the more challenging ones. The marine life is abundant and in summer encounters with the basking shark are frequent.

Always dive according to your level of training. Never enter the water without checking with the local dive center for safety, additional information, level required for each dive site and without being accompanied by a professional. All the information provided is purely informative for our readers and shouldn't be used as is to plan your immersion.

Average Water surface temperature: Between 12 - 20 °C (53-68°F) Best time to dive: June - August Warmest time: May - September Worst time to dive: March - May

In the Brixham area there are nice shore dives and lots of wrecks to explore including the famous Galicia and Bretagne wrecks.

Exeter's dive sites range from easy ones like Babbacombe and Budleigh beach to the more challenging ones. Wreck lovers can dive the HMS Empress of India and Lord Steward among others.

Paignton and Torbay are popular and present great opportunities for novices. There have been sightings of porpoises and dolphins in summer. The marine life is abundant and wrecks plentiful.

Plymouth is very popular for its diversity in dive sites. There are great reefs and wrecks with a lot of varied marine life.
Popular sites like Eddystone Reef composed of enormous boulders of granite and walls, Hands Deep and Hilsea point make some terrific diving in Plymouth.

Teignmouth boasts lots of wrecks, reefs and drift diving opportunities. Most of the dive sites are more suitable for advanced divers but there are some interesting dives for novices.

Torquay area has a number of easy shore, reef dives and some interesting wrecks. These are the major diving places in Devon. The list of dives here is "inexhaustive" and there are still wrecks that have not been discovered yet. To sum up, it's a coastline with numerous diving opportunities and something for everyone.

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