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Diving in Silo

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When to go to Silo

Silo's climate is typical Mediterranean. The rainy period is from September until January. The high season for diving is from mid May to the end of September. The average air temperature stays within 8C/46F-26C/78F range. The average water temperature is around 9C/48F in the winter and 24C/75F in the summer. The visibility varies from 5m/16ft to 30m/98ft. The currents vary from none to mild. What to see Diving in the area offers colorful corals and a wide variety of fish. Divers can spot small white-fleshed fish, seahorses, congerfish, groupers, octopuses and several species of sea snails.

Scuba diving in Silo

Silo (pronounced Shilo) is a town on the northeast coast of the island of Krk, nested in a natural picturesque bay. The closest airport is Rijeka that is located in 40 km from it. Silo is one of the most popular tourist destinations on Krk Island. Diving here is attractive thanks to the diverse underwater landscape which includes walls covered with corals, stone plateaus, reefs, rocks and a few interesting wrecks lying on sandy floor. Most popular dive sites There are a lot of dive sites around Silo, the most interesting being Kamenjak Reef, the Palestatis shipwreck (the wreck of a 60m/ 196ft Greek cargo ship), Tenki and Punta Silo.