"in Brbiscica cove" Dugi Otok Off The Beaten Path Tip by picek

Dugi Otok Off The Beaten Path: 8 reviews and 16 photos

  resting legs on a pebble beach
by picek

This little cove is facing open seas but the waters here are pleasantly calm; a small fishing hut is the only building here and there are a few boats anchored, giving the place the atmosphere of loneliness. Even during the hottest time of day there were almost no swimmers, while two guys from whom we bought fishes next day were doing repair works on their hut.
As they told us, this cove became popular with divers and apparently we saw them next day.
The beach is lovely with little pebbles and nice passage to water, and a little fruther sharp rocks begins to articulate the coast.
There are whole sets of breath taking underwater landscapes to see with your snorkelling mask (or in diving suit i bet it's even better) and myriad of fishes to swim with. Near open sea edge, the slope descends into water sharply, and soon there's 40 meters deep gorge below water surface where our fishermen went fishing and returned with bounty.
I would say this little cove is one of least crowded spots in the island.

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Nov 14, 2011
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