Having found the magic of diving around ten decades back, every free minute I spent beneath the sea at various tourist destinations across Europe.
Reading this article from the NY Times I had been thrilled and made the last choice: I’d spend my vacations in Croatia about the Dalmatian coast. Area of Dalmatia, frequently known as the shore of thousand islands has been the perfect option to rest my soul and body.
I seen two Dalmatian islands, Hvar and Vis and fulfilled with people, saw many sights, a few of which were older then thousand decades ago Intacted underwater existence of islands Hvar and Vis, with abundant flora and fauna, underwater caves, older Roman galleys, sunken boats in the previous days motivated me to dive several times each day. I had an opportunity close to the island of Hvar to visit ruined fighter airplane from World War II and’d firsthand experience of the portion of history.
The most amazing underwater experience I had about the island of Vis, in which I had the chance to dip into the Blue Cave, a signature of the island of Vis evenementenlocatie amsterdam. Throughout an underwater entrance to the cave, passages represented the sunlight beams and produced a interesting sight: different colors of azure overflew the ceiling and rock deserts on the rocky bottom.
This holiday is among the most beautiful I’ve experienced and I’d warmly recommend all to see Croatia and Dalmatian coast that you will definitely need to come back.