MUSAN is a landmark for the tourist product of Cyprus, as it is a unique experience that combines nature and art in a way that impresses. The creation of MUSAN is the result of the intense efforts of the Municipality of Ayia Napa, in collaboration with the Department of Fisheries and Marine Research, who are happy to see the implementation of the idea to upgrade the area of Ayia Napa, in a way that simultaneously strengthens the sea area.
The sculptures were placed at various depths, between six and 10 metres, aimed at creating ideal conditions for the development of marine life. They have been placed in a sandy area, 200 metres from the coastline of Ayia Napa and it is expected that in a short time the biodiversity of the area will be enriched, according to a statement by the museum.
Taylor is in Cyprus seeing into the final touches, prior to the museum’s opening on July 31.
Visitors, both divers and swimmers with mask and flippers, will be able to wander around an underwater forest, the first of its kind in the world.
Musan has attracted a lot of interest by organised groups that want to travel to Ayia Napa to explore the museum.