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Diving in Punat
When to go to Punat
Punat has a pleasant Mediterranean climate.
The rainy season is from September until January.
The best conditions for diving here is from May and September.
On average, the sea temperature in summer is 24C/77F and in winter - around 12C/53F.
The average air temperature: 8-26/46-78F.
The visibility varies from 5m/16ft to 30m/98ft.
What to see
While diving in this area divers can spot such marine species as groupers, moray, scorpionfish, octopus, tuna, seahorses, lobster, sea snails, as well as explore beautiful colorful corals and sponges.
Scuba diving in Punat
Punat is a small tourist town, located on the south side of the island of Krk. Punat is more suitable for calm and relaxed holiday, although those who need an eventful vacation - can take trips to nearby islands. This destination features seaside architecture, small narrow streets, the unity of the old town and new buildings, surrounded by gardens and olive groves. It is a place where high quality olive oil is produced. Generally, it is a paradise for surfers, navigators, and other sea and active holiday lovers. Scuba diving is also interesting in Punat and in the waters around. While diving in these waters divers can explore marvellous underwater landscape with reefs, walls covered with corals ,stone plateaus. Either beginners and experienced divers will find the dive sites to suit their interests. Several dive sites that are worth visiting in Punat are: Treća vala, Glavina, Kamenjak Languste, as well as great dive sites around Krk Island - Prvic Tunnel, Samonjin, Punta Silo, Peltastis wreck (Greek cargo ship on a max depth of 30m/98ft),