address: Province: Opolskie, District: Opolski, Commune: Opole, City: Opole,
height a.s.l.: NDA,
depth max: 17 m,
length max: 1,0 km,
width max: 0,7 km,
size: 45 ha.
Points of entering (see map):
close from the shore
Once this area was called "quarry Groszowice" today it is "Bolko swimming area". It is a limestone pit. There is a sunken excavator, sunken forest, narrow railroad track and various buildings (garage, pumping station, pipes, etc.). Note. When diving at OVITA you have to equip cutting tools, a compass, and a buoy to mark your position.
Flora and Fauna:
Limestone quarry Ovita was created during floods in 97 r. Nearby river Odra flooded it in a few hours. A lot of vegetation. Fish: bream, perch, roach, pike, carp, crucian carp, brown bullhead, zander and crayfish.
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