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Diving in Rab Island

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When to go to Rab Island

The island of Rab enjoys a Mediterranean climate with very warm summers and mild winters. The most rainy season is from October through January. The high diving season lasts from May till October. The average air temperature in the summer is 24C/75F and 7C/45F in the winter. Sea temperature stays around 26C/79F in the summer and about 9C/48F in the winter. The average visibility ranges from 15m/49ft to 30m/98ft throughout the year. What to see The undersea fauna is very abundant. Divers can see sponges, gorgonians, anemones, corals, two-banded bream, sheepshead bream, shrimps, lobsters, crabs, octopus, conger eels, dogfish, groupers and many others.

Scuba diving in Rab Island

Rab island is located just off the northern Croatian coast in the Adriatic Sea, between the islands of Krk and Pag. The closest international airport is Rijeka Airport. From here you must get to Valbiska (28 km) and take a ferry to Rab Island. Rab island is covered with pine forests and has many beautiful sandy beaches and picturesque coves. The southwest coast is more densely populated and has pine forests and beaches, while the northeast coast has fewer settlements and high cliffs. A variety of diving opportunities are available due to the local underwater diversity, consisting primarily of caves, walls, chasms and shipwrecks. Many deserving sites are located off the northeastern coast of the island near the smaller islands of Goli Otok and Prvić and along the east coast of Rab island. Due to the crystal clear, warm sea, the area is perfectly suited for underwater photography and filming. Most popular dive sites The most interesting dive sites close to Rab Island are Mali Cutin, Dvostruka Stijena, Grgur Kanjon, Goli Macinj/Macinj cliff, Medova buza cave and Tunnel.