Travna

dive site type: nature
difficulty: medium
depth range: 0-45 m
distance from the diving center: 1 hour

Underwater hill sloping with a vertical wall to a depth of 45m. Scorpion fish and moray eels live on the wall, and shoals of sargus and amarela and chromis rotate above the top of the underwater top. You can meet eagles here – skittish rays that glide at underwater cliffs and anglerfish masking among stones. A keen observer will notice a small dog shark hiding in a rock crevice, whose presence is marked by the ubiquitous “leathery”, white eggs hung on branches of gorgonia and on sponges. Under the rock overhangs you can see a grouper. In the bay where the boat moors, we may meet seahorses in the shallows.