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Contrary to popular belief, you can dive year-round in Germany, although the warm months are from May to September. While the majority of German diving focus on the gorgeous sunken forests of the Bavarian mountain lakes, Lake Constance and the Baltic Sea (Ostsee) also offer tremendous dive opportunities. In addition, there are a number of picturesque lakes and water-filled former quarries and opencast mines spread throughout Germany. That means there are hundreds of diving locations - large and small, shallow and deep, secret and lively recreation areas.

In eastern Germany, the Sundhäuser See, Kulkwitzer See and the Mecklenburg Lake District (Müritz) boast near-perfect visibility and rich fish stocks. In the north, the Kreidesee Hemmoor captivates divers with the submerged buildings and structures of this former open cast mine. The western part of the country offers a variety of dams and flooded gravel pits such as the Biggetalsperre, Blausteinsee, Fühlinger See and Auesee close to the Dutch border. Cave diving is also becoming more and more popular as many locations have been found over the past couple years.

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