The world beneath the surface of the sea

Langeland has “an ocean” of exciting and accessible locations for diving, so whether your passion is diving on wrecks, the nature, spear fishing or shooting amazing photos, you have plenty of possibilities. Most of the wrecks in Langelandsbæltet originate from the two World Wars and offer diving for both beginners and advanced divers. A lot of spear fishers claim, that Langeland has excellent conditions for spear fishing due to the many stone reefs and mussel beds where you can catch cod, flounder and turbot. On www.dyk-sydfyn.dk you can find a map with gps-coordinates for many of the best diving spots.

If you like snorkelling there are several good and suitable spots all over Langeland e.g. the area behind the northern pier on Bagenkop Harbour, in Langelandsbæltet along the east coast of Langeland and in Lindelse Nor. In Lindelse Nor the museum has created a diving path with the topic “The Stone Age Human”. The path is marked on the sea floor with a string and en route posters explain the life of people and animals in the Stone Age.  The path is located on 2-3 m depth and scuba diving is of course also a possibility.