Dingač, the most renowned Croatian wine, is named after the slopes on the Pelješac peninsula. These steep slopes that drop into the sea offer an ideal habitat for a diversity of flora and fauna. Amphorae may also be found at this site.
The site is reached by boat and the dive commences to and along the wall, and then to maximum depth. Ascent and exploration of the wall should be gradual with a decompression stop.
Inhabitants along the wall include scorpionfish, lobsters, forkbeards, as well as white bream and two-banded sea bream hidden in its crevices. Groupers prefer the sandy seabed. Divers may also encounter elephant’s ear sponges.