Despite its proximity to the sea and the permeable nature of the karst area, they are fresh water lakes. The seven lakes cover an area of 138 hectares and they are named Oćuša, Crniševo, Podgora, Sladinac, Vrbnik, Šipak and Plitko. Six of these lakes are linked. The largest lake is Oćuša and the deepest is the Crniševo (34 m). The lakes are connected with the sea and at times the water can be brackish, also the surface of the lakes lies 80 cm above sea level. Salty water is found at the bottom of the deepest lake Crnisevo.
Review by MojitoLovers
The must if you around
Beautiful piece of nature, almost no tourist, especially comparing with the coast side. I highly recommend you to take a boat and swim around. It is hard to find the real beach, but there are some places where you can sunbath. water is a little swampy, but from other hand extremly clean and warm (even 27 degrees).