Reveals the beauty and splendor of the gems among the islands – Dugi otok, Rab, Cres, Vis and also includes the Pelješac peninsula.
Chapter 1. Dugi otok
Is the largest island in the Zadar archipelago. Its steep crags look out onto the open sea while the depths below are home to coral, gorgonian, sponges and other miracles of nature that drift inland on the sea currents. Some of the most attractive undersea sites are to be found in the waters off Dugi otok. On land Eleanor’s falcons and mouflons guard the Mir saltwater lake.
Chapter 2. Rab
Diversity is not only to be found on the island but also in its coastal waters: bell towers soar high above steep crags that drop down to sandy beaches and the blue depths where the fields of posidonia guard hidden treasures and secrets such as the cephalopoda, musk octopus, cuttlefish, squid and sepiola.
Chapter 3. Cres
Is an island with a vast number of lakes among which the Vran Lake is the biggest. In the deep blue depths sea life hides within fields of posidonia. The grass covered seabed is a nursery and haven for numerous sea species making this one of the richest undersea habitats on the Adriatic.
Chapter 4. Pelješac
The peninsula resembles an island as it’s only joined to the mainland by a narrow bridge of land. Its sandy seabed is full of shellfish which were once harvested from the sea but are now also farmed. Mali Ston is famous for its oysters and the peninsula is also famous for its white gold or salt that is harvested in the traditional way.
Chapters 5 and 6. Vis
The island stands like a sentinal guarding the central Adriatic. It has a rich and colourful past. The undersea rocks and crags are teaming for schools of fish. It’s a remote and isolated island with undersea depths guarded by a swarm of crabs in their shells of armour.