Welcome to the most
beautiful diving sites
of the Adriatic

In 1942 Jacques-Yves Cousteau and Émile Gagnan designed the first successful and safe open-circuit scuba, known as the Aqua-Lung

Would you like to try breathing under water?

Try it this summer with us!

Scuba Diving Courses

PADI Instructors have safely guided divers below the surface for over 50 years.

Teaching the world's most popular dive curriculum, they transform lives, and open hearts and minds to the hidden beauty of nature's creation and our obligation to protect it.


Find out more about PADI diving courses on Vis Island

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Why do we dive wrecks?
For some it’s just another dive site, some enjoy the fish life that is hard to find on a natural position, some like looking at it from a distance, but there is a group of rust addicts that enjoy the wrecks for their history. For them wrecks have a magic effect on everyday items turning them from trash to artifact. A cracked plate buried in sand will cause as much excitement for those people as shark will for other divers.
Ursus is for those kinds of divers.

Expedition to new B-24 Liberator wreck

B-24 Diving Center along with wreck hunters Dražen Gorički, Leo Lusić and Uroš Jelić documented the wreck of B-24H Liberator "Lady Luck" after another diving team identified it.

Find out more about Komiža

Komiža is a small fishing town located on the western shores of Vis island right under Mount Hum, third highest peak in the Adriatic Archipelago. 

There are many things to do here, to say that the islands history is rich would be a understatement. The island was under rule by the Illyrians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, Russians, English, French, Austrians and Italians. 

Learn more about Komiža...

Figures and facts

Last season was fun and awesome! Can we make this summer even more fun? We certainly will do our best :)



Kg Oranges



GoPro Found



Diving Trips



Shark Attacks