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Diving in Dubrovnik

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When to go to Dubrovnik

Divers can enjoy diving in Dubrovnik year-round. The rainy season is from September to April. The best season is from May till September. The average air temperature: 8-25C/ 46-77F. The water temperature: 12-23C/ 55-75F. The visibility: around 20m/65ft. The currents are generally low. What to see Marine life is in abundance here. Corals, particularly colonies of red coral, numerous fish sorts like scorpionfish, octopus, damselfish, forkbeards and lobsters. Most popular dive sites Among the variety dive sites around, the most popular are Taranto wreck, Benesin Rat, S-57, Sv. Andrija, Kaiser Franz Josef and Mrkanjac .

Scuba diving in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is the center of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County. Dubronik International Airport is located here. Dubrovnik is an ancient city with a modern side. Though this city was damaged because of an earthquake in 1667 and wars, Dubrovnik is one of the 10 best-preserved medieval walled cities in the world. Its amazing Old Town joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 1979. At the same time it offers ancient city walls that run 2km/1.24 mi around the city, ancient palaces (Sponza Palace, the Rector’s Palace), historic churches (St Saviour Church, St Blaise's church) and chic boutiques, bars, modern hotels, and restaurants. Tourists will be also delighted visiting the annual Summer Festival, which is a 45-day-long cultural event with live plays, concerts, games. It is a very popular destinations among divers in Republic of Croatia. Here divers can sight underwater caves, reefs, wrecks, rocks and many archipelagos, including Elafiti archipelago with its attractive walls. The nearby islands Lastovo-Korčula-Mljet is one of the most popular diving area often visited by experienced divers.