Croatia, situated in Southeast Europe, is a popular tourist destination in Europe. Croatia has an impressive history, and most towns, including Dubrovnik, Hvar, and Pula, have a rich cultural legacy with typical architecture. The country offers the vast array of sites that worth visiting, some of them are Roman amphitheatre Arena in Pula, ancient walls of Dubrovnik, Stari Grad in Hvar Island, Diocletian’s Palace in Split, and Plitvice Lakes. Never experienced diving in Croatia? If you want to scuba dive in Croatia, we have information about all it has to offer. There is a breathtaking natural beauty, boasting 5,790km/3600mi of coastline and 1,246 beautiful islands, with clean, clear waters and with more than 115 registered dive sites. The popular diving destinations with the majority of attractive dive sites are located in Rovinj, Pula, Dubrovnik, Hvar Island, Zadar, Krk Island, and Lastovo Island. Because of its history there are plenty of majestic shipwrecks hidden at the bottom of the Adriatic. Apart from the multitude of wrecks, there are also underwater caves, tunnels, canyons, crevices, pillars and arches carved by centuries of erosion. Croatia is a great place for divers of any experience level. Most popular dive sites The best-known dive sites are the Baron Gautsch, Premuda, Vodnjak Kampanel, Lucice Bay, The Taranto, Margarina Reef, Rasip, the Lina, Coriolanus wreck and some others.