- Distance from the center: 14 NM
- Length: 120 meters
- The minimum depth of 33 meters
- Maximum depth: 40 meters
The dating of the wreck of the Numidia dates back to the World War II, and is one of the largest ships in the Adriatic Sea. With its incredible length of 120 m, represents a real challenge for all divers. The depth between 33 and 40 m requires a lot of experience in the dive plan. Depending upon water currents the visibility of this wreck may vary, and only few have the chance to see it.
- Distance from the center: 15 NM
- Length: 60 meters
- The minimum depth of 31 meters
- Maximum depth: 41 meters
The Italian merchant steamship "Varese" sank in 1915 while transporting cargo from Trieste to Tunis. Because of bad weather, the captain decided to take refuge in the port of Pula, heading towards the city, ship struck a mine which destroyed the prow, the ship sinking in the place where it is today. The wreck has a length of 60 meters and a width of 9 meters. It is 42 meters deep. The upper deck is lying on 33 meters. During the immersion is possible to get inside of the wreck, which is sufficiently wide and safe in along its entire length. It is proposed exclusively in double immersion because of the distance from the center.