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Diving in Rijeka

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When to go to Rijeka

Rijeka has a humid subtropical climate with comparatively mild and rainy winters and warm summers. The rainiest period is from October to December. The high diving season is from May through September. The average air temperature: 7-26C / 44-78F. The average water temperature: 12C/54F in the winter and 26C/78F in the summer. Visibility: from 5m/16ft to 30m/98ft. The sea here is mostly calm, without chop and currents. What to see The underwater life includes such species as lobsters, gorgonians, crabs, conger eels, octopi, scorpionfish, and many others. Also divers can explore in local waters gorgonians, sun-like yellow sponges, anemones, and colorful corals.

Scuba diving in Rijeka

Rijeka is the principal seaport and the third-largest city in Croatia, located on Kvarner Bay. It’s a verdant city, where tourists will discover Austro-Hungarian–-style buildings, museums, good nightlife, intriguing festivals and Croatia’s most colorful carnival. The main sights in Rijeka are City Tower, the Roman Arch, Trsat Castle, Modello Palace, the Church of St. Vitus, Ivan Zajc National Theater. Though there are few beaches and hotel options are few, it is easy to get from Rijeka to other places along the coast as soon as possible. Rijeka is a popular place for scuba diving, as the Adriatic Sea provides divers with a fascinating marine life and the extremely clear sea. The waters around offers various caves, undersea cliffs, underwater walls, shipwrecks, suitable for beginners and for advanced divers. Most popular dive sites There are many beautiful dive sites like the El Hawi Star wreck, the Kostrena wall, and Punta Kinkela, as well as the Lina, Vis, and TA- 36 wrecks.