Top Snorkeling and Scuba Diving in Split-Dalmatia County

Ready to check out the best sites in Split-Dalmatia County for scuba diving, snorkeling, shore diving, free diving or other ocean activities? Zentacle has 35 dive sites, snorkel spots, beaches, and more. Discover hand-curated maps, along with reviews and photos from nature lovers like you. No matter what you're looking for, you can find a diverse range of the best ocean activities in Split-Dalmatia County to suit your needs.
Lucice

#1 - Lucice

Croatia, South adriatic

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This is a really big cave with 2 entrances near 4 m deep. The cave goes down to 25m+. There are stalagtites underwater! The first opening is 3m in diameter, the second 6m. The cave itself has a diameter of max. 30 m and a depth of 40 m whereby there are two 'cone shaped tunnels' which taper away from the main cave area which extend to 47m. These 'tunnels' have a diameter of approx. 2m max. and are completely out of the range of the sunlight/pitch dark. It is not wise to dive here without the necessary experience. West of Bol Lucice is also known as Lucica, Lućića Cave.
Zala Luka

#2 - Zala Luka

Croatia, South adriatic

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Big wall running from 20 to 50m! A lot of gorgonians. Hvar, Approx 20 min from Bol
Bunker

#3 - Bunker

Croatia, South adriatic

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Wall with 3 overhangs at 25m, 33m and 40m, with the dense coral, gorgonians, sponges, anemones and shellfish are covered. Approx. 20m away from the wall is 50m deep kugelfoermiger rock, which is also dense vegetation and is home to many lobsters. Day trip by boat from island to island of Ciovo Trogir
Wreck Brioni

#4 - Wreck Brioni

Croatia, South adriatic, Vis Island

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The Austro-Hungarian Lloyd liner "BRIONI" was build 1909 at Cantiere Navala Triestino, Monfalcone. She was 68,4m long, 9,5m wide with 1111 BRT. On the 02nd of February 1930 she struck the Island of Ravnik due to bad weather and navigation msitake. At that time she was owned by Societa di Navigazione a Vapore Puglia, Bari. The wreck is lying on it´s portside in very good conditions. Be careful! - during the last years some divers lost their lifes, diving the "BRIONI". You have to make an open water descent using a rope. -GS, Big Blue Dive Academy- Wreck Brioni is also known as Island Ravnik.
Palagruza

#5 - Palagruza

Croatia, South adriatic

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Southwestern side of Palagruže
B-24

#6 - B-24

Croatia, South adriatic

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B-24 is also known as Wreck.
Green Cave

#7 - Green Cave

Croatia, South adriatic, Vis Island

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Green Cave is also known as Ravnik.
Medvidina spilja

#8 - Medvidina spilja

Croatia, South adriatic, Vis Island

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Medvidina spilja is also known as bisevo.
Vodnjak

#9 - Vodnjak

Croatia, South adriatic

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With dive centers from Hvar
Fortunal Wreck

#10 - Fortunal Wreck

Croatia, South adriatic, Vis Island

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Fortunal Wreck is also known as Wrack.
Plocica

#11 - Plocica

Croatia, South adriatic, Vis Island

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Plocica is also known as wall.
Bisevo Wall

#12 - Bisevo Wall

Croatia, South adriatic

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Bisevo Bisevo Wall is also known as Bisevo.
Kamik

#13 - Kamik

Croatia, South adriatic, Vis Island

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Kamik is also known as Rock Kamik.
B-17G

#14 - B-17G

Croatia, South adriatic, Vis Island

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A US Air Force B17G bomber that lies 72 metres under the surface, 100 metres off the southern shore of Vis. It fell from the sky in 1943, and the crew was rescued by local fishermen. Divers can see the guns, engines and all instrumentation clearly With boat from Rukavac B-17G is also known as Wrack, B-17 airplane wreck.
Lovac

#15 - Lovac

Croatia, South adriatic, Vis Island

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Lovac is also known as Wrack, Lovac Wreck.
Galija Wreck.

#16 - Galija Wreck.

Croatia, South adriatic, Vis Island

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Galija Wreck. is also known as wreck.
Garma

#17 - Garma

Croatia, South adriatic

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Garma is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Croatia, South adriatic which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Uvala Vlaka

#18 - Uvala Vlaka

Croatia, South adriatic

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With dive centers from Hvar
Rt Mociguzica

#19 - Rt Mociguzica

Croatia, South adriatic

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With dive centers from Hvar
Komiza Wall

#20 - Komiza Wall

Croatia, South adriatic, Vis Island

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Komiza Wall is also known as Wall.
Amphora

#21 - Amphora

Croatia, South adriatic

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In the north of the island Hvar, right in front of a stony reef with many small caves, a long field with old amphoras stretches along depths of 12m to 28m. The amphoras belonged to a Greek ship that ran aground and lost its cargo. Now they offer shelter to many fish. The neighboring seagrass-fields on the other hand are home to many sea-slugs.
Klokun

#22 - Klokun

Croatia, South adriatic

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Several kilometers south of the town of Tucepi, underground springs nourish the sea with fresh water from the Biokovo mountains. This constant supply leads to a speciose dive site with many fascinating colors and plenty of opportunities to explore a rich underwater world. Klokun is also known as Sweet Water Springs.
Selce

#23 - Selce

Croatia, South adriatic

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With its stony reefs, Selce has to offer to very beautiful and exciting dive spots. Down to 35m, there are plenty of opportunities to explore the small caves, notches and holes, and the animals occupying them. Among them are congereels, scorpionfish, and undulate rays.
Supljaca

#24 - Supljaca

Croatia, South adriatic

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After a descent at the anchor rope you will find two large rocks at depths ranging from 18m to 33m. These reefs are home to sea hares, octopi, and large schools of fish, as well as many other marine animals. This dive site lies north of Tucepi in the open sea.
Oseava Wreck

#25 - Oseava Wreck

Croatia, South adriatic

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In 1956 a Greek cargo ship smuggled cigarettes into Croatia. It was caught and confiscated in Ploce by the Yugoslavian Coast Guard. The crew was arrested. After a flight attempt, the ship was sunk by the Coast Guard about 1 sea-mile away from Makarska. All sailors survived and were arrested. The bottom of the wreck lies upright on its keel at a depth of 60m. Due to the depth, the wreck is ideal for technical dives, such as Rebreather or Entry-Level-Trimix. The best time to dive to the wreck is from April to May and from September to October.
Vassilios T

#26 - Vassilios T

Croatia, South adriatic, Vis Island

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With boat from Komiža
Brioni wreck

#27 - Brioni wreck

Croatia, South adriatic, Vis Island

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With boat from Rukavac
Livka

#28 - Livka

Croatia, South adriatic

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Great wall
Duba Wreck

#29 - Duba Wreck

Croatia, South adriatic

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Only reachable by free water descent. West of Fumija Island. Safari or local dive boat.
Stambedar

#30 - Stambedar

Croatia, South adriatic

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great wall. Stambedar is also known as Pakleni Otoci, Stambedar.
Piscena

#31 - Piscena

Croatia, South adriatic

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Moray Eels
Purple Bay

#32 - Purple Bay

Croatia, South adriatic

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Purple bay consists of four drop-offs, each of them a separate dive site. The rough walls with their many holes and notches are home to a wide variety of marine plants and animals, such as scorpionfish, sea fans, gold sponges and many more. If you're lucky you can even see the spotted dogfish there, which is very impressive with it's length of approximately 1.20m. Located at the island Brac (>1h boat trip from Tucepi)
Brak

#33 - Brak

Croatia, South adriatic

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A shallow just off the harbour off Supetar. Several groups of rocks with abundant life. But generally only small since everything that's big gets hunted immediately. Look under stones for scorpion fish, electric rays, lobsters and the eventual conger eel. By boat just off the Supetar harbour
Kamena

#34 - Kamena

Croatia, South adriatic

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A dive site for everybody. Rookies, as well as experienced divers will enjoy their dives there. The marine life ranges from large schools of small fish typical for the Adriatic sea, to crabs, golden sponges and octopus. There is one large rock with a length of about 30m. It ranges from depths of 1m down to beyond 25m.
Nugal

#35 - Nugal

Croatia, South adriatic

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Nugal is a long stretched beach north of Tucepi, including three different dive spots. All three are characterized by drop-offs with depths ranging from 12m to 40m with reefs full of marine life. Large schools of small fish, octopi and sometimes even sea-horses can be found here.