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This is the dive with by far the most underwater flora and fauna, accessible to all diving categories. We begin by descending to a depth of 10 m and then we dive within the same depth for the first few minutes on the southern side of the island. We then dive deeper, up to 15 meters, and follow a ridge on the right that provides a handful of curiosities, from a shoal of brown meagres and sea breams to shy forkbeards and lobster.


The dive begins on a shallow plateau at a depth of 5 m and goes down slightly to the southwest until it reaches a wall that then gently drops to 30 m of depth, which we follow on its right side. The slope extends throughout the south side of the Brijuni Islands, which are decorated with numerous dents and cuttings. Deeper habitats are inhabited by coraligenic communities, with green and red algae, coupled with a number of sponges, moss animals and other organisms


On the west side it is the most prominent island of Brijuni National Park. The dive starts shallow at 5-6 m and by moving north-west we follow the ridge on the right side, which is wavy along the island. Among the rich marine flora, we can see an abundance of multicoloured sponges and sea slugs as well as Red Scorpionfishes and Congers.


It is one of the most attractive and famous diving sites of Pula's aquatorium, which attracts swimmers and kayakers along with divers. We dive to 6 m deep on a sandy and rocky bottom. After the first part of the dive, we descend to a semicircular ridge at a 16 m depth, after which we pass below 2 natural arches, inhabited by multicoloured sponges and corals. Equipped with an underwater light, we enter a cavern that is only partly under the sea. Heading back to our starting point, the dive takes us through a series of natural tunnels that will charm even the most experienced diver with its playful sunlight.

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An inevitable diving location on the Istrian peninsula. The dive begins in the northern part of the island. We dive along a sandy slope towards the first tunnel through which we will each pass individually. Afterwards, we soon reach the next tunnel through which we dive in pairs. Then, on the left side, we follow the slope of the ridge which will lead us to the last two tunnels, located at a depth of 5 to 6 m.


We dive along the western side of the peninsula. The irregular configuration of the seabed, as well as many smaller holes, make this site attractive to all diving categories and provides the opportunity to encounter some not-so-common fish species such as dentex and sea breams.


By anchoring along the coast, we dive to the sandy sea bottom. We move south, following the ridge on the left while gradually descending to 18 - 20 meters deep. This location is characterized by excellent visibility and an abundance of fish such as mediterannean chromis, salemas and saddled seabreams. The location is also attractive because it is the natural habitat of sea horses that shyly follow curious divers.


A true favourite of many, this location is a real treat among reef dives. After the initial dive to 10m, we head southwest and soon reach a vertical slope that goes down to 33 m deep. We follow this impressive wall on the left side and with its wealth of flora and fauna it offers a truly special experience.

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We dive along the west side of the Verudela peninsula. The reef is located near the anchorage site and follows the coast in parallel. We dive right of the wall, which drops steeply up to 25 m deep. There are many smaller holes and caves along the ridge.


The former military base near Pula offers an interesting dive on its southern part. We start the dive shallow and follow the ridge to the right. In the middle of the dive, we go through an attractive natural tunnel from a deeper part into a shallow lagoon surrounded by high rocks.

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