Jabuka (cave, wall)

Jabuka, apple in English, is a diving site situated on the outer sea side of the Kolocep Island. The diving site is a small crag beneath a spectacular cliff on the island. Your Blue Planet diving experience starts by descending down to the crag at a depth of 38 metres. The outer edge of the crag is ideal for more experienced divers as it descends to around 50 metres. Along the crag there is a selection of caves and one in particular seems to be dark and foreboding, but once you’ve entered, you’ll be amazed at its natural beauty. The cave hides in its depths an air pocket and there are stalactites hanging from its ceiling, a masterpiece of Mother Nature.

As the crag and cave are a great shelter for marine animals, the Jabuka dive will astound you. Lobsters tuck themselves away in crevices, while octopus, sea bream, scorpion fish, moray eels, conger eels, groupers, giltheads and mussels all gather in this diving site. We highly recommended this diving site since it will show you all what the Croatian Adriatic has to offer in one place.

Plan your Jabuka dive

Difficulty:  from novice to advanced divers

Depth: 3-40 m

Boat ride: 10 minutes

Duration of excursion: 10.00-12.30 or 14.30-17.00

Visibility: very good

Currents: no

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