Baron Gautsch


Probably the most famous wreck here in the northern Adriatic Sea. Unfortunately, the sinking is a sad story with many victims. The wreck lies upright at a depth of 40m and is even after 100 years very well preserved. With its 90m length and 12m width one dive is not enough to see all its beauty. The upper deck is flooded with light, making the dive unforgeable. This wreck is a must see when you are around here. More information: Wikipedia Baron Gautsch

Distance: 27km
Travel time: 45min
Depth: 30-40m
Level: Advanced
Current: zero to strong
Wind: unprotected



Coriolanus


The Coriolanus is a warship of the British Shakespeare class located at a depth of 30m. This warship is about 50m long and 8m wide. There are still many details to see like the MG towers and various other war materials. The depth of 18-30m allows a longer dive time. More information: Wrecksite Coriolanus

Distance: 29km
Travel time: 45min
Depth: 18-30m
Level: Advanced
Current: zero to strong
Wind: unprotected



Hans Schmid (Istra)


This ship broke in two parts and is located a few miles south of the Baron Gautsch. Its sheer size gives the possibility for multiple different dives. With almost 90 meters in length and 11m width, it is a giant among the wrecks here. The ship is an old coal freighter and is not armed. However you can find a lot of war materials such as bombs nearby. More information: Wrecksite Hans Schmid

Distance: 30km
Travel time: 50min
Depth: 30-40m
Level: Advanced
Current: zero to strong
Wind: unprotected



Giuseppe Dezza


The torpedo boat went on a mine an broke in two parts. Mostly we dive at the stern parts. The front part is about 100m away and without scooter hardly possible to reach. You can not dive inside the wreck but the flak gun and the big canon on the hull are very impressive and always a good motive for photographers. More information: Wrecksite Giuseppe Dezza

Distance: 21km
Travel time: 35min
Depth: 30-36m
Level: Advanced
Current: zero to strong
Wind: unprotected



Numidia


With its 120m length Numidia is the largest wreck of the northern Adriatic Sea. The wreck is located about 26km westwards just outside Croatian borders, which is why its such a big hassle to dive at this beautiful wreck. There are no fixed buoys installed and divers need a lot of experience for this divesite.

Distance: 26km
Travel time: 45min
Depth: 30-40m
Level: Advanced+
Current: moderate to strong
Wind: unprotected



Romagna


The Romagna is a cargo ship which sank in 1912 about 14 miles westward from Porec. The 65m long wreck lies in a depth of 40m. There are no fixed buoys installed and divers need a lot of experience to dive it, but they will be rewarded with a rich marine life because this place is very rarely visited by anyone. More information: Wrecksite Romagna

Distance: 24km
Travel time: 40min
Depth: 30-40m
Level: Advanced+
Current: moderate to strong
Wind: unprotected



Varese


This italian cargo ship hit a mine in 1915. The 65m long wreck lies upright on the bottom and is covered with sponges all over. Due to its depth of 32-40m its only suitable for experienced divers. More information: Wrecksite Varese

Distance: 35km
Travel time: 55min
Depth: 32-40m
Level: Advanced
Current: moderate to strong
Wind: unprotected



Maona


This small cargo ship with a lenght of 40m and width of approximately 8m lies in 36m depth near Rovinj. There are no possibilities to penetrate the wreck due to its smaller size but still it offers plenty to see. The wreck lies only about one hour boat drive away from Vrsar which makes it the fastest to reach. More information: Wrecksite Maona

Distance: 23km
Travel time: 35min
Depth: 30-36m
Level: Advanced
Current: moderate to strong
Wind: unprotected



Island Salamun


Just a few minutes in front of the dive centre lies a wonderful dive spot. Several dive sites are available here and despite the wind direction one can always find a protected side to dive. A sloping reef with many rocks and lots of flora and fauna.

Distance: 0.2km
Travel time: 2min
Depth: 0-18m
Level: Beginner
Current: zero
Wind: protected



Sv. Nikola


Sv. Nikola is an island in front of Porec with a gently sloping reef. Many large stones offer a lot of hideaways for all kind of marine life. The diving depth is between 5m and 18m and thus ideally for beginners too.

Distance: 9km
Travel time: 15min
Depth: 5-18m
Level: Beginner
Current: moderate
Wind: barely protected



Gljiva


A shoal located west from the dive centre forming an underwater mountain down to a depth of 40m at the west and north flank. The mountain itself is covered wonderfully with typical mediterranean plants and very much fish hangs out here. The sides are rugged with a small cave and a rock formation that looks like a giant mushroom which the place takes its name from.

Distance: 3km
Travel time: 5min
Depth: 18-40m
Level: Advanced
Current: moderate to strong
Wind: unprotected



Plić Mramori


A large white beacon marks this spot here. This shoal is very flat and has been a calamity in the past for several ships. Underwater one can find relicts of ancient times, like here roman amphoras.

Distance: 3km
Travel time: 5min
Depth: 3-18m
Level: Beginner
Current: zero to moderate
Wind: unprotected



Lunga


A island directly in front of the harbour entrance Vrsar. This island is also a seagull colony and can be dived on the south and north side. On both sides the reef drops slowly and shows long criss-crossing columns which probably were a water drain from the dry times of the Adriatic Sea.

Distance: 3km
Travel time: 5min
Depth: 3-20m
Level: Beginner
Current: zero to moderate
Wind: medium protected



Plić Koversada


A shoal at the entrance of Lim Fjord marked with a large beacon. Little north west of that, the reef forms two large arenas. Its a small dive site but with many attractions and a rich flora and fauna.

Distance: 4km
Travel time: 7min
Depth: 6-12m
Level: Beginner
Current: zero to moderate
Wind: unprotected



Plić Fujaga


This beacon stands on a shoal at the entrance of Lim Fjord just in front the campsite Koversada. At the north the reef forms a huge plateau which drops to the south and east to a depth of 27m, so the topography forms a wonderful mix of diving on a drop of and a plateau. At the end of the dive you can still find the old concrete beacon at a depth of only 6m.

Distance: 5km
Travel time: 7min
Depth: 5-27m
Level: Beginner
Current: zero to moderate
Wind: medium protected



Koversada


This dive site is located directly at the campsite Koversada. There are two different dive sites, one is a beautiful wall with many cracks and small caves. The other is a steep sloping reef with overhangs directly along the Fjord.

Distance: 3km by car
Travel time: 5min
Depth: 3-30m
Level: Beginner
Current: zero
Wind: protected



Römerbucht


Located at the south side of the Lim Fjord entrance. As the name suggests, the dive ends in a huge beautiful bay. This slowly falling reef has a lot of flora and fauna and a small freshwater spring with special sponges can be admired here.

Distance: 4km
Travel time: 7min
Depth: 3-18m
Level: Beginner
Current: zero
Wind: protected



Saline


This dive site is located on the south side of the Lim Fjord entrance, and even though its beside Römerbucht, Saline has a very different topography. Here we dive in a wonderful steep cliff with a rich flora and fauna.

Distance: 4km
Travel time: 7min
Depth: 3-25m
Level: Beginner
Current: zero
Wind: protected



Figerolica


Two small islands in front of Rovinj, where we dive on the smaller one wich is only 2m above sea level. On the west side of the reef there is a fantastic divesite where you dive down along several stages.

Distance: 6km
Travel time: 10min
Depth: 3-18m
Level: Beginner
Current: zero to moderate
Wind: medium protected



Banjol


West of Rovinj probably the most famous dive site in this aera. A tunnel system which starts from 12m to a maximum penetration of about 35m and extends into the island. Through the large holes in the tunnel there is a fantastic light show with the dawning sun rays. There is also an under water tunnel leading directly into the island where you can surface.

Distance: 8km
Travel time: 10min
Depth: 3-30m
Level: Beginner or advanced depending on current
Current: moderate to strong
Wind: medium protected



Sturag


On this island we dive on the western side which has huge bolders at the bottom that provide shelter to various marine animals. Navigation can be a bit challenging.

Distance: 10km
Travel time: 15min
Depth: 3-18m
Level: Beginner or advanced depending on current
Current: moderate to strong
Wind: medium protected



Sv. Ivan na pučini


A lighthouse graces this small island consisting above and below water from huge rocks. Mostly very good visibility at this site, and much flora and fauna because of exposed position.

Distance: 10km
Travel time: 15min
Depth: 3-20m
Level: Beginner
Current: zero to moderate
Wind: unprotected



Sv. Ivan


An old stone mine, where the bay opens to the south. There are still very big boulders on the bottom offering many hiding places for the local flora and fauna on the seabed.

Distance: 10km
Travel time: 15min
Depth: 3-20m
Level: Beginner
Current: zero
Wind: medium protected



Piruzi


A flat uninhabited island where we dive at the south-west side. The slowly sloping bottom holds some surprises, beautiful nudibranches and a lot of fish. Mostly this dive site is offered together with our wreck dives.

Distance: 10km
Travel time: 15min
Depth: 3-25m
Level: Beginner
Current: zero to moderate
Wind: unprotected


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