Lubinski Porat (also known as Treća Voda) is a small natural cove whose sandy bottom was in the past a spawning place for the sea bass, as reflected in its name (cro. Lubin = eng. ‘sea bass’). Though sea bass has long abandoned the tranquil bay, its natural and uncommercialized beauty, with plenty of natural shade and fantastic sandy bottom (though not at its entrance, sic!), makes Lubinski porat one of Split’s best kept secrets.