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Diving in Vrsar

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When to go to Vrsar

Vrsar features mild Mediterranean climate. The rainy season is from September to February. Diving conditions are pleasant starting May but the peak season is considered from July to September. The average daily air temperature varies from 7C to 23C/44-73F throughout a year. The average water temperature: 12-24C/53-75F. The visibility varies from 5m to 10m/16-32ft. The currents are generally low. What to see Lots of fish and marine animals occupy nearby reefs. Along the coast of Vrsar there are also uninhabited islets which are full of beautiful flora and fauna and night diving around them will leave an unforgettable impression.

Scuba diving in Vrsar

Vrsar is a small resort town on the West coast of the Istrian peninsula in the Adriatic Sea. The closest airport is Pula that is located in 52 km. in Vrsar divers can discover the rich animal and plant life, numerous underwater reefs and shipwrecks. The coastal area of Porec, starting from Novigrad to Lim Bay and further from Rovinj to the south, is of a strong interest to tourists because of its numerous sites situated at depths ranging from 4 to 40m/13-131ft. Most popular dive sites Numerous sunken ships off the coast of the peninsula attract divers to this destination from all over the world, among them are Coriolanus wreck, Hans Schmidt wreck, Austro-Hungarian cruise ship «Baron Gautsch», Kampanil Mali, Guiseppe Dezza wreck.