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Diving in Martinscica

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When to go to Martinscica

Scuba diving is available all year round. The rainy season is from September until January. The high diving season is during the summer months. The average air temperature: 7-25 / 44-77F. Average sea temperature in summer is around 24C/75F, in winter - about 11C/64F. The visibilityis good: from 5m/16ft to 30m/98ft and more. The currents vary from none to slight. What to see Marine life is fascinating. Divers will enjoy exploring forest of brilliant red gorgonians, yellow gorgonians, beautiful sponges, also blennies, brown meagre, conger eels, tuna, big groupers, lobsters, octopuses, crustaceans and many others.

Scuba diving in Martinscica

Martinšćica is a town located on the west part of the island of Cres, 28km/17mi away from Cres. The town took it name after the medieval St. Martin's church, that is worth visiting. There are lots of coves and pebble beaches in the Martinšćica area. Diving here plunges divers into an underwater world of reefs, walls covered with coral, picturesque caves and wrecks, tunnels, valleys, stone plateaus and a sandy bottom. Most popular dive sites The most interesting dive sites of Martinšćica are Lina, Galijula, Tihany wreck, Mali Ćutin and dive sites Margarina reef and Katedrala near Losinj island.