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Diving is subject to set rules and regulations and the Statute of the Croatian Diving Association. At present, laws prescribe that diving in Croatia may be done independently or organised through registered diving centres (irrespective whether Croatianbased or foreign). Each diver in Croatia must issue a diving license, diving card which is issued by which is issued by the local port authorities, dive centres and dive clubs on presentation of your passport and diving certification…
The diversity of wildlife life, underwater walls, shipwrecks and plane wrecks, archeological sites, caves and reefs will leave every single diver brathless. Sights include shipwrecks dating back to ancient times found along the sea trading routes running northwards from Greece and the Roman Empire and its colonies on the Adriatic to World War Two.
The eastern Adriatic Coast, besides the advantages provided by its indentation, from the very beginning of maritime affairs has been an important navigation route. The Island of Mljet and the Mljet Channel make a component part of such a route, where Mljet is the first larger island when ships enter the more protected waters traveling from the south to the north. In spite of the danger from the cold norteastern wind called ‘bura’, the northern…
With its peninsulas stretching into the sea Cavtat has long been a convenient settlement site, where life can be traced from the Bronze and Iron Ages till the present day. The first antique records of the name Epidaurum, nowadays Cavtat, go back to the year 47 B.C. In the political upheavals between Caesar and Pompey the city which belonged to the Romans took Caesar’s side. This later proved to be a useful decision because, after…
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