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About Brac Island

Brač is an island in the Adriatic Sea, located in the southern part of Croatia near the Dalmatian coast. This place is a popular tourist destination with a great deal of history, a well-developed infrastructure, beautiful beaches, with Zlatni Rat being the best one around, picturesque bays and a variety of landscapes. On the north side of the Island of Brač the sea is not as deep, while the southern shores are steep and drop deep down within a few meters from the shore. Diving on this island has earned a great reputation among divers thanks to its crystal-clear waters and beautiful dive sites that include caves, reefs, rocks and walls overgrown with corals and populated with a wide variety of fish. Most popular dive sites The best dive sites around are Lucica Cave (Špilja Lučice), Golubinja Spilja, Cape Drasine, Zvirije, RT Kabal, RT Smociguzica, Vruja, Mrduja Island Wreck, Purple Bay.

When to go to Brac Island

Brač has a Medireannean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Rainfall varies throughout the year, though period from November until February is considered the wettest. Best time for diving is from May through October. The average temperature is between 26-29C/78-84F in the summer and 8-11C/46-52F in the winter. From June to September the water temperature stays a balmy 21-25C/69-77F and in the winter it is about 11-13C/51-55F. The visibility is good, from 10m/32ft to 30m/32-98ft. The currents are generally slight. What to see It is home to various species of fish, such as seahorses, gobies, cuttlefish, sea bass, conger eels, which can be captured on camera in macro shoots while diving in the area.