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Diving in Simuni

Water Temperature

When to go to Simuni

In summer the average water temperature in this area is around 26C/79F, which makes diving very comfortable in season. The water temperature during the winter drops down to 8C/46F. Visibility on different sites is quite good and ranges from 15-20m/49-66ft, which makes this area perfectly suitable to underwater photography.

Scuba diving in Simuni

Simuni is a small village on the western coast of the island Pag, Croatia. Closest airports are in Zagreb, Rijeka or Split. You can go either through ferry in Prizna that is 210 Zagreb and 110 km from Rijeka or you can make all way by car through Posedarje and Pag - that would be 320 km from Zagreb and 200 km from Split. Traditionally, the economy of Simuni was based primarily on fishing and agriculture, however, due to its location in a beautiful natural bay and close proximity to stunning sandy beaches, Simuni village later has developed into a popular tourist destination. The underwater topography in this area features beautiful coral reefs, rocks, steep slopes, coves and small caves. There are no strong currents on most sites, which makes diving easy and enjoyable, suitable for divers of all levels. The underwater world of Adriatic offers fascinating discoveries that divers can make at different depths, depending on the level of their experience. While exploring picturesque caves and walls, covered with beautiful corals, divers can encounter crabs, octopus, conger eels, frogfish, breams, groupers and other interesting fish species.