Scuba diving in Maros Cave

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Access
From Shore
Diver level
Experienced
Depth
Average: 3 m
Maximum: 45 m
Current
None
Visibility
Average: 5 m
Maximum: 15 m

Maros Cave was named after divemaster Maro who discovered it between the islands and the house reef of Blue Planet. Since then, it is constant attraction for experienced divers looking for challenging dives. A dive starts from the coast, in front of Blue Planet Diving Center and after 15 minutes of following the configuration of the ground, divers enter the cave. Divers can enter only one at the time as the entrance is narrow. Inside the cave a torch is needed to enjoy exploring rare endangered species of snails, squids floating from the darkness of the cave, octopuses, moray eels, lobsters and other species typical for south Adriatic. The cave exit is large and especially beautiful. Next to it, a large anchor from 18 century can be seen partly overgrown into a rock. It is a must see dive for all divers who enjoy the thrill of exploration

When to go

Entire year

What to see

A cave with narrow entrance and very attractive exit on 47 m depth. Inside the cave divers can see lot of endangered endemic species of snails, squids, lobsters, moray eels, octopuses, plenty of local fish: green wrasse fish, groupers etc. In front of exit of the cave on 47 m, a large anchor from 18 century can be seen, partly overgrown into a rock


Reachable from

Dubrovnik

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