city: Salo, Finland,
Points of entering to the lake (see map)
KISKO is a mine located in the province of Western Finland, Salo city, with a depth of 21 m. This diving site is intended both for persons with novice and advanced level of training. It is necessary to be particularly careful due to poor visibility. Kisko is the oldest mine of copper in Finland. Opened in 1759, and closed in 1957. The area is characterized by interesting rock formations: stone and high walls. There is much better visibility in the winter than the summer.
Flora and Fauna
Stone and high walls
Related and native dive bases