Punta od covika

The steeply sloping wall continues under the water, and on the extension of the cape there is a characteristic hump, the end of which is about 50 m away from the coast, the walls drop below 50 m deep, and the deepest peak is about 45 m below sea level.

It is here that you can see rare dog shark eggs, large scorpion fish, hunting moray eels, numerous spiny lobsters and the deep-sea fish.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 20 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Wall/Drop Off
  • Macro Spot

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

Nova Pošta

Nova Pošta consists of a tunnel, a cavern, and a funnel (chimney) on the northernmost peninsula of the island of Vis. Your boat will be moored in the calm, lovely, wind-safe bay.

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Voliči

In front of the entrance to the Vis Bay there are several small islets. Among these there are Volići, which consist of two isles that surface to one meter, Volić Veli and Volić Mali. On Volić Veli, located further from the island of Vis Isle, there is a lighthouse.

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A 50-meters long cave with an entrance (and exit) at the depth of 18 m and a thermocline and halocline inside. In the very end of the cave above halocline there is air bubble.

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Hellenistic Port

Hellenistic Port consists of the remains of an ancient harbour in front of the Issa Hotel. The sloping area is covered with yellow sponges. The entrance to the water is made from a concrete quay in a place where the water depth does not exceed 1.5 m.

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The name of Host refers to the isle located at the entrance to the Vis Bay and comes from the British officer William Hoste, who contributed to defeat the French navy during the Battle. As a result of hitting the rocks, there must have sunk more than one ship in this place.

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This is a small islet that can be swum around during a single dive. Besides numerous fish, you will see a few ancient amphorae. Amphoras are found from 14 to 37 meters in depth.

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On the northwestern edge of Vis, a few hundred meters south of the lighthouse on the Stončica peninsula, a small island – Pločica, rises a few meters above the sea. On the north side of the spot there is a buoy where a dive boat usually moors.

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Ursus lies in a sandy bottom at a depth of 45-65 meters.Beautiful wreck covered in purple and yellow gorgonians.The wreck is 35 meters long with canon on the bow

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Fortunal (Wreck)

A well-preserved wreck of a fishing boat lying on the sandy bottom next to the steep wall, in which there is a long, narrow cave at the depth of 6 m.

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Located close to Rukavac and accessible by boat and car diving site consists of a system of 6 caverns, which differ in shapes and sizes, but all are covered by colorful sponges and inhabited by various nocturnal animals.

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