Sailing To Palagruža, the Remotest Croatian Island



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  1. Vis Vis says:

    The waters of Palagruza are the richest fishing waters in the Adriatic Sea. The tradition of organizing all day regattas from Komiza, a small fishing settlement on the nearby island of Vis, was kept till the twentieth century. The underwaters of Palagruza are ideal for divers. Divers can see many fish that can rarely be found in other parts of the Adriatic ! The island of Galijula, located 3 nautical miles south of Palagruza, has something special for divers in its shallow waters 'Papak' – a steamboat wreck.

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