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Huge pinnacle located near Vassilios wreck. Starts with platoeu at 6m going with slopes to reach 20m then converts to vertical wall going to 50+ m.

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Velika Špilja

Velika špilija in Croatian simply means “great grotto”, which perfectly reflects the characteristics of this place. This dive site is located on the southern side of the island, on one of the small coves halfway between the Stupišće and Gaće headlands.

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Wall with several caverns. Deepest and biggest one starts at 28 meters and is around 70 meters long. Suitable for all levels from beginners and advanced divers.

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A slope transforming into a wall at the depth of 10m (going down to 20-25m) with a few caverns at different depths, one of which resembles a three-aisled building.

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The 72-meters long steamship wreck Teti lays on the sandy bottom where it sunk in 1930. It is famous for its picturesque spare steering wheel, close to which moray eels and conger fish live.

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An island you dive around. Wall is on the north side and goes from 5-35 meters. There is a cavern on 30 m. Suitable for beginners and advanced divers alike.

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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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Through the northern part of the island of Vis leads a gravel-stony road, which directs to the abandoned village of Oključna, from where visitors can drive, using an off-road car, to a bay (one of the few in this part of the island) known under the same name.

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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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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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