Scuba diving in Bijelac
The small Island of Bijelac is located near the Lastovo Island The site has a lot to offer, it features rich marine life, as well as wall, cave and tunnel. At a depth of 10m/32ft the site divides into two columns that drop to 60m/ft, making this site interesting either for beginners and for experienced divers. There is a decompression stop in the shoals with uncommonly shaped rocks and cliffs. Night diving is also possible here. Starfish decorate the ceiling and gorgonians on the drop create a stunning impression.
When to go
Divers will enjoy their diving while visiting this spot from May through September. Though diving is possible all year round with an average water temperature varying from 25C/77F in summer to 13C/55F in winter.
What to see
The marine life is in abundance due to the strong currents, so divers can see wing oysters, yellow triplefins, scorpionfish, moray eels, cushion starfish, marine goldfish, fork-beards, lobsters, and others.
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