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Diving in Poreč
When to go to Poreč
Thanks to mild temperate climate, it is possible to dive all year round. Autumn is the rainiest period and the wettest month is November. The high diving season is from May through September. The average air temperature ranges from 5C to 23C/41-73F, but in July it can reach 30C/86F. The average sea temperature varies from 12C to 25C/53-73F. The visibility on average is about 10m/32ft. The currents are generally slight. What to see Marine life is abundant, and divers may see conger eels, lobsters, octopusoctopi, and schools of fish in the, underwater landscape covered with sponges.
Scuba diving in Poreč
PorecPoreč, the ancient Roman town, is located on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula. Poreč is a very popular tourist destination in Istria with magnificent historical sites (the best is the 6th century Euphrasian Basilica, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997), beaches suited to every taste, shopping and entertainment areas, hotels and other facilities. The main tourist areas are two bays: Zelena/Green and Plava/Blue Laguna/lagoon. Poreč is also a very attractive diving destination with rich flora and fauna, with diving centers that organize diving to miraculous underwater world, shipwrecks, numerous underwater reefs, caves. Though diving centers are open from the beginning of April until the end of October, the diving trips can be organized outside of this season. There are lots of dive sites for all diver levels. Marine life is abundant, and divers may see conger eels, lobsters, octopi, and schools of fish in the underwater landscape covered with sponges. Most popular dive sites The sites that are worth visiting are wreck of the British warship Coriolanus, Kampanil Mali, S. Nicola Reef, and a bit further - the wreck of the Austro-Hungarian passenger ship Baron Gautsch, Hans Schmidt wreck, and Banjol caves.