Brbishchica Bay is not only known for its beautiful landscape, clear sea and untouched nature, but also for its archeological finds of historical value. It has been established that the rocks around the bay were formed from carbonates hundreds of millions of years ago. There are many fossils of miniature organisms that are invisible to the naked eye, but there are also many large fossils, and the most valuable is the fossil of a marine reptile.
It is extremely tempting to dive at this location due to the natural karst limestone phenomena, which create caves, passages and pits. That's why you can often meet a diving school in this location.