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Free-diving or breath-holding is the oldest and the most widespread form of diving. Throughout the history, people have undertaken such actions in search of food, shellfish or to find sunken objects. This activity can be carried out in different locations which are, depending on the natural surrounding, more or less demanding. Scuba diving is a unique experience - on the verge of adrenaline and adventure, yet still in the weightless vastness of the deep blue sea. First of all, a good education on the equipment and ways of conduct is necessary. Depending on the type of diving, the main diving equipment, without which one cannot imagine a comfortable and safe diving, is needed. It consists of: the diving mask, fins, suit, gloves, gauges, tanks, instruments, knife, weight belts, underwater lights and weighted boots. The instructor will teach you and you can dive relaxed into the underwater adventure and exploration of the depths of the blue Adriatic Sea. Experience diving in the caves at locations which we have chosen for you. Take pictures and dive.


BELI - Cres

Open water diver – basic diver course. In this course the individual gets qualifications and skills for independent diving through the theoretical and practical parts of the course. At the end of the course the individual receives the internationally recognized bravet i.e. certificate which proves that the individual is qualified to dive to a depth of up to 18 meters, accompanied by another diver - duration: 5 days. 300 €


Tramuntana – forest in the northern part of the island Cres which contributes to the uniqueness of the natural heritage. This part of the Mediterranean and the Adriatic is incomparable in its combination of the Mediterranean and continental plants; tall oaks, hornbeams and chestnuts. The oldest specimen of the Downey Oak, which can be found when entering the village of Sv Petar, was given a protected natural heritage title. from 276 €

Location: CRES - Beli

Suncana vura d.o.o. for business services and tourism, Kozarska 2, 10000 ZAGREB, CROATIA • tel: +385 1 481 36 35 ; 481 36 36 • mail: