Over 90 sculptures - most depicting stone trees and forming the world's first underwater forest - make for a unique attraction 200 metres off the Ayia Napa coastline, south of Pernera Beach. Some sculptures represent people lying down and sleeping or children playing among the stone trees.
All artworks follow the topography of the seabed, creating an otherworldly realm that illustrates the symbiotic relationship between humankind and nature. Unfortunately, only certified divers and snorkellers can access this incredible display of creativity.
The underwater forest made from inert pH-neutral materials is designed to attract marine biomass, providing food and shelter for various creatures.
The entire museum features artworks by sculptor, marine conservationist, and environmentalist Jason deCaires Taylor.