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Diving in Rovinj

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When to go to Rovinj

Rovinj features mild Mediterranean climate with long hot, dry summers and warm, wet winters. The rainy season is from September to February. High season is from May to September. The average air temperature: 8-26C / 46-78F. The water temperature ranges from 11C/ 51F to 25C/ 77F. The visibility varies from 10m to 30m/32-98ft. The currents are generally low. What to see Sea sponges, corals, schools of fish, seahorses, sea hares, large lobsters, crabs, scorpion fish, cuttlefish, conger eels can be seen.

Scuba diving in Rovinj

Rovinj is a town in Croatia located on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula, in the northern Adriatic Sea. The closest airport is Pula that is located in 56 km from it. Rovinj used to be a fishing town, and today it is a popular tourist resort with lot of things to offer. Tourists should take a walk to the Old Town and sight the Balbi Arch (the original entrance into the city), the cathedral of Sv. Euphemia, Rovinj Town Museum, the artists' street of Grisia, the Golden Cape Park Forest, and the harbor of Rovinj in the center. The town is also known for its natural surroundings. The stunning coastal area with Rovinj's twenty-two islands are a protected natural heritage. Diving in Rovinj is a true adventure offering an amazing submarine world with an abundance of flora and fauna in perfect natural state, as well as numerous underwater walls and reefs, caves and shipwrecks. Most popular dive sites The highlight of the area is the Baron Gautsch shipwreck located 9 nautical miles from Rovinj at a depth of 39m/127ft. Other dive sites near Rovinj that are worth of seeing are the Hans Schmidt (or Istra) wreck, the Giuseppe Dezza (TA35) wreck, Coriolanus wreck, Kampanil Mali.