Underwater museum - Sarcophagi - Pocukmarak cove
Pocukmarak Bay is an area where a team of arheological experts led by Professor Zdenko Brusic from Zadar University has found a sarcophagus that may be 1,500 years old. They discovered the stone sarcophagus and two covers.
The sarcophagus is the first indication of a Roman presence on the island. Considering the specific details on the covers, it is assumed they could also date back to late antiquity (fourth to sixth centuries AD).
photo and info - Brochure: Sarcophagi, Silba - Pocukmarak cove, prof. Zdenko Brusic