HOTEL DUBROVNIK PALACE
PADI Scuba Diving at the Palace
The Adriatic Sea is one of the clearest waters in Europe. Divers are always fascinated by the visibility here, which often reaches more than 50m. The clear and calm waters, with their rich sub-aquatic flora and fauna, beautiful caves, high cliffs and deep canyons, is a stunning environment in which to learn to scuba dive or, for more experienced divers, discover the unique underwater world surrounding Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik Palace is home to the Blue Planet PADI Diving Centre, a professional dive centre offering everything from beginners’ lessons to professional diving to some of the most breathtaking underwater locations in the region. A popular dive site is the ancient shipwreck just in front of the hotel, while a nearby reef offers a glimpse of the underwater life that thrives in this region.
A popular dive site is the ancient shipwreck just in front of the hote, while a nearby reef offers a glimpse of the underwater life that thrives in this region.
Blue Planet PADI Diving Centre
Hotel Dubrovnik Palace
Masarykov put 20, Dubrovnik
T: +385 (0)91 899 0973
E: [email protected]
More advanced divers can visit four of Dubrovnik's most exquisite diving sites:
- Taranto – a dark and mysterious Italian battle ship sunk during World War II;
- Cape Bezdan and the Blue Cave – located on Kolocep Island near the Bezdan lighthouse;
- Grebeni Reefs and Wall – a dive site near the picturesque Grebeni;
- Islet of St.Andrew – Wall and Cave – located at the south side of St.Andrew's (Sveti Andrija) islet and famous for its dark red coral formations and steep, 80m underwater cliff