Paris II Shipwreck
Paris II shipwreck in Kemer region is one of the most worldwide well-known diving points of the region. The shipwreck is between 18-31 meters depths. French ship Paris II, that looks like it is hovering at the bottom of the sea, was built as a fishing ship in 1913 and during the World War I, it was transformed into a battleship and assigned to Mediterranean coasts. It was sunk by artillery fire from a small Turkish battalion on Koca Burun Hill commanded by Lt. Mustafa Ertuğrul Aker in 1917.
Diving Depth: 2-30 meters
Diving Features: Historical shipwreck, grouper, Mediterranean moray, crawfish, various war equipment, regional fishes