"Sea, sea..." they say that the Croatians exclaimed this on the Dupci pass when they arrived at the Adriatic. Here the rocks swoop more than 100 m deep.
The Vruja cove is a gigantic system of wells with an underwater spring of 60 m in diameter standing out, from which a huge amount of water is springing. It is located immediately below the Dupci pass (288 m) separating the Biokovo mountain (1762 m) from the Dovanj mass (864 m), a part of the Omiš Dinara. There are large springs at Drvenik, Drašnice and Gradac, but none is equal to this one. By the water springing from it, it is probably the largest in the Adriatic. Below the steep rocks there are beautiful and sheltered gravel beaches which are best accessed by sea, by ship from Brela or Pisak, due to extraordinarily steep and inaccessible terrain surrounding them. Large schools of fish gathering in order to feed and reproduce make a beautiful view.