Liveaboard diving in
The Dolphin’s Cave is located off the east side of Meda Xica Island, which is a part of the Medes Islands. Divers can enter the cave through a small entrance, which can be found at a depth of 8-10m/26-33ft, and exit through the bigger end. However, the cave can be entered from either end, because it is actually a huge tunnel that is about 15m/49ft in the middle. It is quite dark inside the cave, so divers are advised to take a torch if they want to look at small creatures on the bottom and on the walls of the cave. Dolphin’s Cave got its name because of a small bronze statue of a dolphin that divers will see at the southern entrance to the cave.
When To Go Diving
It is possible to dive at this dive site any time of the year. However, in winter the water temperature is a bit cold, around 13-14C/55-57F. The most comfortable conditions for diving are during the summer, when the water temperature rises to 25-26C/77-79F.
What to see
While exploring the cave, divers will see colorful sponges on the walls and big anemones on the cave bottom. Also, there can be shoals of small fish and huge dusky groupers inside the cave.