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Diving in Rabac
When to go to Rabac
Rabac has a warm temperate climate with warm summers and some rainfall in all months. The rainy season lasts from September to February. The high season is between May to September. The air temperature: 4-22C/39-71F. The water temperature: 11-24C/51-75F. The visibility varies from 10m to 30m / 32-98ft. Generally there are no currents. What to see A variety of fish including tuna, swordfish, several kinds of mackerels, multiple gobies, scorpion fish, and other species can be found here. Dolphins are often sighted on dives in the area.
Scuba diving in Rabac
Rabac is a Croatian village in the Eastern part of Istrian peninsula on the Kvarner Gulf, just southeast of the town of Labin. The closest airport is Pula that is located in 43 km from it. Because of its excellent diving conditions and crystal-clear waters, Rabac is a popular dive destination in Istria. The fascinating undersea world Near Rabac and around Sv.Marina offers reefs, caves and tunnels, vibrant marine life and the secrets of shipwrecks that have been buried in the deep blue for over 100 years. Most popular dive sites Recommended Rabac dive sites are Lina wreck, TA 36 wreck, Viz wreck, Sveta Marina and Girandella.