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whole year. Season june-september,
Points of entering to the lake (see map)
Kablinac is a small rock ridge rising out of the sea near the Tetovisnjak Mali island. The diversity of depths causes that diving centers can bring here persons with every experience level. Between the island and Kablinac is 20 meter shallow, within which it is possible to find a lot of cracks and interesting rocks, which are home for octopus and small fish. Novice divers can swim here, and those with advanced level can enjoy gentle slope after swimming across the shallows. It has a few rock thresholds at a depth from 20 up to 35 meters – last of them is near the cliff, which descends on a depth of 55 meters, intended only for technical divers. By the bottom it is possible to notice a lot of small cracks and caves, lived by sea eels, crayfish and sea basses. Lower areas are covered by red and dark blue gorgonians.
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