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Diving in Mali Losinj

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When to go to Mali Losinj

Mali Lošinj has a moderately warm climate, so diving can be done all year round. The rainy season is from October to December. The best time to dive is from May to October. The average air temperature varies from 8C to 25C/46-77F. Water temperature ranges from 12C/53F in winter to 24C/75F in summer. The visibility is excellent: 10-30m/32-98ft. What to see The rich undersea life includes almost 100 fish species and many types of crabs, lobsters, snails, sea shells, and also dolphins that are a jewel of this place.

Scuba diving in Mali Losinj

Mali Lošinj is a town on the northeastern coast of the island of Lošinj, in western Croatia. The city is situated in a protected bay surrounded by white houses with red roofs, mountains and thick forests. This place has become a widely known and popular tourist destination since the end of 19th century, when it was transformed into a trendy Austro-Hungarian winter health resort. The main tourist attractions are Apoxyomenos (an ancient bronze of a Greek athlete), St. Martin’s Church dated 1450, church of the Annunciation of Holy Virgin. Mali Lošinj offers a top-quality accommodations, sport and recreation facilities (sailing course, diving course, surfing, bowling), and many beaches (Veli Žai is the most beautiful). The amazing turquoise color of the Adriatic waters and clear sea allows divers to enjoy sea ​​caves, coral walls, canyons, steep reefs, tunnels and coral rock formations of different shapes. Diving in Mali Lošinj means diving with dolphins, which number can reach about 100-150, in a picturesque underwater landscape. Most popular dive sites The sites that are must see in this area are - Male Srakane (two dive spots here- the wall and the cave), Margarina reef, Mali Ćutin, the Cathedral of Premuda, the Tihany wreck, and some others.