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Diving in Pag Island

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When to go to Pag Island

Pag Island enjoys a pleasant Mediterranean climate. The wettest months are October through January. The high season is from May tο September. The average air temperature varies between 6-25C/42-77F. The average water temperature stays within 10-25C/50-77F range. The visibility on average is from 5m to 30m/16-98ft. The currents generally are low. What to see Divers can explore a diversity of colorful corals, sponges, sea squirts and find such marine species as moray eels, crabs, lobsters, tunas, groupers, octopus, mackerel fiish, amberjack and other fish.

Scuba diving in Pag Island

Pag is the fifth largest island on the Croatian coast, located in the northern Adriatic Sea. The island is very popular among tourists thanks to its rich cultural and entertainment life, salt production, Pag cheese, lush vegetation, picturesque coves and beautiful sand beaches (Zrce beach is particularly known among tourists as a great beach to visit). Scuba diving here is very interesting and there are several diving schools that are open in the summer. The Bay of Pag offers great diving opportunities featuring a diverse underwater landscape with many recesses, holes, rock formations and small caves. This area is more suitable for divers with experience. This bay is also known for its submarine world of Caska where divers can see some parts of a submerged town. There are more sites scattered around the island that are suitable for all diving levels and feature some nice walls, caves, reefs and wrecks. Most popular dive sites Some of the best dive sites nearby include Crljena Greda, Uvala Mrzlanovica, also near Losinj island - Margarina site and west of Pag island -Cathedral of Premuda and Vodenjak.