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When to go to Krk

The average water temperature in summer is about 24-25C/77-80F and in winter - around 12C/53F. The average air temperature: 8-26 / 46-78F. The visibility: from 5m/16ft to 30m/98ft. Sometimes there are no current, but generally - low.

Scuba diving in Krk

Krk is an island in the Gulf of Kvarner, in the northern Adriatic Sea, Dalmatian coast. The island is very popular among tourists because of its picturesque bays, sand and pebble beaches and well-established tourist infrastructure. The northwestern coast of the island is steep and rocky with only a few settlements due to the fierce bura (cold northeasterly wind). This island is also a popular wine region besides being a good scuba diving spot. The waters of Adriatic, amazing underwater landscapes with reefs, stone plateaus, caves and walls covered with corals, as well as several wrecks explain the large amount of divers coming to Krk. There is a wide variety of diving opportunities, including night diving, boat dives, beginner and advanced dive courses and even special courses. Most popular dive sites The great dive sites on Krk include Tenki Reef, Punta Silo, the Peltasis Shipwreck, Kamenjak Reef, Sveti Marak (St. Mark), Kita and Samonjin.