Croatia is one of the most interesting places to dive in Europe. The Adriatic Sea
in this part of the Balkans hides many underwater secrets. There are numerous wrecks of watercraft and
aircraft. When it comes to wreck diving, the peninsula of Istria and the island of Vis are known as
the best places to explore. There are also many places where we can find, for example, amphorae from the era of
the Roman Empire. There are also caves and coral reefs. Under the water, we encounter Mediterranean fauna and flora
typical to this region. You can find, among other things, octopus, congeners and moray eels, piotrosze, dentex,
skorpionas, and if you are very lucky: even dolphins.
In Croatia you will find ravines, small caves, large caves, rock shelves and much more. In recesses, look for
lobster, crabs and konger. The reefs are richly overgrown and quite the site to behold. Visibility in Croatian waters
often reaches 25 meters. Thanks to this, you can even admire gorgonias, sponges, polychaetes, tunicates and nudibranches,
and much more from afar. Two species dominate here: spherical doris with black spots (Discodoris atromaculata) and
filumatic Flabellina affinis.
If you decide to go diving in Croatia, you will not regret it. You will be left with an unforgettable experience.
No matter where you go on the coast, you will find something interesting underwater… But this is a secret to no one,
so book your diving adventures far in advance because during the high season, you will likely find that everything
is booked solid, and your dreams of a Croatian diving adventure will remain just dreams (at least until next year!)