The island of Vis has managed to preserve its pristine beauty through the ages while the Volići crags have guarded the northern entrance to its tranquil harbour, protecting it from storms, currents and the sun. They stand defiant, luring divers into their magical depths, revealing treasures gifted by the gods. There are many reasons for exploring this site, despite the currents, which make it even more exciting.
Dives lead through a passage at 12 m and on to the wall edge. Descent is down along a 200 m wall to a gorgonian colony. The wall ends at 55 m. Once maximum depth is reached, a gradual ascent allows for exploration of the wall.
The walls are overgrown in sea fans, sponges and various shellfish, for instance, the thorny oyster. Forkbeards and conger eels prevail in shady areas and various gorgonians are found on the crag.