Diving sites


A 25-30 meter (80-100 ft) long tunnel, crossing under the Kabal Peninsula . The entrance is situated at the depth of 9m (~30ft) , directly below the concrete steps leading to a small lighthouse on the shore.
This tunnel is a refuge for scorpion fish, congers and red cardinalfish, as well as for the dark-loving shellfish: crayfish and galatheas . After we exit the tunnel on the other side of the peninsula at the depth of 17m, we follow a wall covered with orange gorgonias (sea whips) before reaching a picturesque cluster of rocks which form a sort of labyrinth of valleys and passages . At night the walls of the peninsula are full of life - lobsters leave their hiding places, orange shrimps and hunting octopuses appear. However, night dives are organized here only with perfect weather and for advanced groups.


For sure one of the best diving places in central Dalmatia . Two big windows at the depth of 3-4m (9-13ft) form an entrance to a huge chamber with a diameter of about 30m (100ft) and bottom at 37m (121ft). Rubble covers the bottom, providing shelter for brittle stars and starfish. The walls and ceiling are inhabited by lobsters, octopuses, crayfish, crabs, bryozoans and blenny. The foreground of the cave is made of bare limestone, with only a few sponge colonies, but rich with sea urchins. North of the entrance to the cave, at 3-6m lie interesting rock formations, overgrown with orange sponges.



A remarkable crack in the sea bottom, where a prehistorical stream used to flow, leading to a vertical crevice in the wall, which resembles a waterfall and drops down to the depth of 40m (~131ft). The wall extends east and west of this "waterfall". It is colonised by sponges, corals and bryozoans . You can also encounter lobsters, crabs, octopuses and various species of nudibranchs and slugs which inhabit the shallower places.



The rocky slope leads us to a wall, which reaches the depth of 40m (~131ft). The wall is covered with orange gorgonians and colonies of yellow sponges. It is the home of lobsters, maja crabs and galatheas. In the shallows amazing rocky blocks, rubble and ledges, which hide a great variety of invertebrates can be found.




An underwater mountain with a steep wall, which drops down to 45m (~147ft). The wall is inhabited by scorpion fish and moray eels, while schools of saddled seabreams, striped snappers and chromises hover above the summit. Skittish eagle rays, gliding along underwater precipices, can be encountered here, as well as anglerfish hiding between the rocks. A keen observer may spot a lesser spotted dogfish hiding in a rocky crevice, whose presence is marked by white, skin-covered eggs, which can be found on most gorgonias and sponges. Under rocky overhangs groupers can be seen from time to time. In the bay, where our boat moors, we can encounter beautiful seahorses.


Golubinja (island of Brač) is interesting for all categories of divers. The dive site is parallel to the coast to the max. depth of 28m. Location is full of underwater rocks and reefs, and various fish. Recommended for night diving.



Zala Luka

Zala luka is a big wall. Direction is from coast to open sea. There is a lot of corals (gorgonian), lots of fish. Top of the wall is from 10 to 25m and bottom is 30 to 50m. For all categories of divers!




Tatinja is an old wreck without a boat. The boat was wooden so it is gone, but cargo is still there - ceramic dishes, coins all from 1864. 30m deep. In shallow water there is a beautiful reef. For all categories of divers!