Big Rock

Big Rock is positioned at the beginning of Goli´s Island. After a 20 minute boat ride you reach the dive site. Anchor in front of the island, in the shallow part. You can see already from the surface, where the drop off starts.

Possible encounters include scorpionfish, different species of sea bream, nudibranchs, octopus, conger, mullet, damselfish, and wrasse.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 22 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Snorkeling
  • Wall/Drop Off
  • Macro Spot

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Dive sites nearby

Double Rock is situated at the beginning of Goli’s Island, 100m away from Big Rock. The dive sites are very similar. You will anchor in front of the rock on the small plateau between 5 – 8m deep. The dive site is a pinnacle.

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This dive site is located on the southern side of Goli where the lighthouse is. It takes 15/20 min with a speedboat to arrive to this dive site. Anchor in front of the lighthouse in the shallow area.

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This dive site is located in the south of Goli Island. A perfect spot when the north wind, “Bura,“ is blowing. You will anchor in a protected bay where it is easy to jump in and then come back to the boat. Vela Draga is only a 20 minute boat ride!

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This dive site is situated on the southern side of Goli island. It is a pinnacle with a nice wall going down to 35m. It’s a very easy dive site. You can swim around the pinnacle, choosing your depth, and be able to do the safety stop under the boat, looking around to find some nudibranches.

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Single Rock is the furtherest dive site on Goli Island. To reach this dive site takes between 30-40 minutes. Anchor on the plateau in front of the little rock at around 8m deep.

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Sika Tanki is located on Grgur Island, after the dive site Canyon. This dive site is famous for its current and for its colorful wall. Anchor in 8-10 m deep water and start the dive following the anchor line.

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Canyon is on the northern side of the island of Grgur. It is easy to reach and has a sheltered little bay, perfect to anchor a boat. Reaching Canyon takes between 15-20 minutes by boat. The dive starts at about 5-10m deep and the bottom is around 40/45m.

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Sugar Cone is located on the northern side of Grgur Island and has a bight where you can easily drop anchor in 5m of water. Accessing this dive site only takes 15 minutes by boat.

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Aquarium is on the northern side of Grgur. To reach the dive site, you will travel 20 minutes on a fast rubber boat. It will then anchor in a shallow area where the wall can be found.

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Prst, translated to “Finger,“ is at the beginning of Grgur Island. As the name indicates, the formation is reminiscent of a finger. It takes 15 minutes to arrive by speed boat.

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