Croatia is the best place for those long diving sessions you would want to look into when visiting as a tourist. Since Croatia is a diving destination in itself, that surely tells you something about the country. It offers some of the best diving spots around Europe that will make you want to lose yourself in the depths of each one individually. Here is an entire list of some of the best diving spots compiled as an informative research. Take a look and feel free to relax as if being there at that moment. We will try to capture the more we can. Sibenik may be the most important diving spots around Croatia and you will see why. It offers some great diving experiences ever. But, that’s not the only reason why we are mentioning it. It is an adorable tourist destination for every tourist because it is small, easy to find your way around it and very compact that gives you a feel of security in a way. It offers various attractions as in a big city, only here the prices are almost two times lower than in a regular city. This brings us to the best reason, because of the prices; it is the most desirable site for investing real estate in Sibenik for all the tourists and foreigners. Rovinj offers some of the best experiences in wreck diving in the Adriatic’s. The Baron Gautsch ship is the reason for it being sunken in 1914, it is overgrown in some algae, sponges and corals like you have never seen before. The interior, once majestic, now is a home of some schools of fish that obviously have good taste. Susak, near Losinj has Margarina Reef at the divers’ disposal . It is suitable even for beginners in diving because it is quite shallow until the canyon that drops in depth and it hides a shipwreck as well. There are some ancient amphorae that can be seen on the seabed and are seriously breathtaking. Premuda island is well known for its underwater so-called Cathedral. It is actually an underwater cave that is illuminated through the cave’s holes all around. This gives you a feeling as if you are wandering around a cathedral with the sunlight coming through the stained glass windows. Mezanj island in Dugi Otok offers a beach on the southeast that astonishes with a marvelous cavern right after you pass an underwater tunnel. The cavern offers a rare diving experience with all the sea sponges and bryozoans all around the walls. The Lucice Bay of the Brac Island offers some more excellent experience for the cave divers. When you manage to pass through 3m deep openings, you will enter a cave underwater with two separate chambers that fall deeper. There are all kinds of stalagmites, stalactites, corals, sponges and whatnot that make this divided cave an unworldly place. Taranto in Dubrovnik offers another view of a famous shipwreck that happened in 1943. It is so well preserved that you can see the entire upper deck that now is a house of different types of fish inhabitants. Along with these diving spots, there are so many that will offer you spectacular views underwater and are seriously worth exploring. Depending on whether you are a beginner or an experienced diver, you can explore whichever just ask about safety first.