When to go to Vis
Scuba diving in Vis is possible year round.
Rain mainly falls in the months from October through January.
The high season is between May to September.
The air temperature is during the summer months above 24C/75F, and in the winter months above 6C/42F.
Water temperature ranges from 14C/57F in January to 25C/77F in July and August.
The average visibility is around 20m/65ft.
The currents vary, but generally are medium.
What to see
In these waters divers can explore red Mediterranean gorgonians and soft white corals and spot large John Dories, amberjacks, conger eels, lobsters, scorpionfish, nudibranchs and many other species.
Scuba diving in Vis
Vis is a city located on the north-east of Vis island in southern Croatia. The closest airport is in Split, that is connected to Vis by ferry.
It is a popular destination among divers. This part of the island features a very diverse underwater world. Divers can explore vertical rocks that fall into the depth, numerous caves, canyons, walls along with sunken ships, planes and submarines that are suitable for beginners as well as for experienced divers. Nearby lies a small island of Host, where sunken ships and a number of broken amphorae can be seen.
Most popular dive sites
Among the most interesting dive sites such wrecks as Teti, Vassilios, Brioni, Fortunal can be mentioned. On the nearby islands, caves like Green Cave on the small island of Ravnik, and Blue Cave (Modra Spilja) must not be missed.