House Reef Biser (Moscenicka Draga)

In the town of Moscenika Draga beach, locally known as Sipar beach, is a shore entry beach dive. It is accessed directly from the beach. The dive site is mainly within the protected swimming lines but the deeper section consists of a steep sandy slope extending down beyond 22 then shelving till 40m.

The fish can be as much as Seahorses, Wrasse, Flounders, Stargazers, Barracuda, Starfish, Sea urchins. Not forgetting Nudibranchs, Squid, Octopus and many Adriatic species.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 14 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Night Dive
  • Drift Dive
  • Snorkeling
  • Wall/Drop Off
  • Macro Spot
  • Cleaning Station
  • Cavern/Cave

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

The LINA is an iron ship built in England in 1879. It became Italian property in 1901 and worked as a freight forwarder in the Mediterranean. On December 14, 1914, it collided with the shores of Cres, where it sank very quickly.

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Brestova

Brestova is located north of Rabac and is characterized by a breathtaking cliff with many crevices and small caves. You can only dive this site by boat.

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Golubjera

Golubjera is located north of Rabac and is only accessible by boat. The dive site is suitable for both beginners and advanced divers and is characterized by numerous crevasses and caves which provide hiding places for fish and invertebrates. Due to the topography this site is suited for divers of all levels.

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Girandella

Three entrances offer a lot of variety.1: Directly below the Dive Center, here you can dive right or left shoulder. 2:50m N/E before the nudist beach you dive the wall right shoulder and at the marker back to the beach. 3:50m S/W this time dive left shoulder to the marker and back over the reef.

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Babina is located south of Rabac. You start from a plateau at approx. 5 meters and dive towards the east until you reach the edge at approx. 20 meters. The edge continues north in the form of a beautifully overgrown wall.

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Duga Luka

Duga Luka is a dive site south of Rabac. The most interesting part of this dive site is in a depth between 10m and 20m. There are many overhangs and crevices in the walls sloping down to a depth of 20m.

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Sveta Marina

Sveta Marina is located south of Rabac and is characterized by two beautiful reef walls. It is possible to dive here from shore and by boat.

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The divesite Jadrina, also called Nikolai Grotto, is located south of Rabac and is one of the interesting diving spots on the east coast of Istria. The approximately huge cave is at a depth of 24 meters at the bottom of a beautiful wall.

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Barbakovac

Diving site Barbakovac, also called “rock gate“, is located south of Rabac near the small town of Ravni. At a depth of approx. 15 and 38 meters you can dive through two impressive swimthroughs , which are densely overgrown with yellow encrusted anemones. A few minutes swim further there is a wreck laying at 30m.

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Very popular dive site for beginners and advanced diver, due to a small wall between 9-19 meters, terraces between 3 and 35 meters and another wall between 26 and 40 meters.

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