Destinations
Dive centers
Divesites
Hotels
+ -
We've launched liveaboards The easiest way to find & book liveaboards holidays Search for offers

Why divebooker? ‘Cause:

  • Free cancellation

    Most offers allow cancellation of your booking up to several days before the date booked without penalties.
  • Best price guaranteed

    All prices are published by the dive centers themselves with commitment that you get the lowest price available for any item you book.
  • Book directly with a dive center

    Booking via Divebooker means booking directly with a dive center based on their firsthand knowledge avoiding any intermediary mark-up.

Diving in Zadar

Water Temperature
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May

When to go to Zadar

Zadar has a borderline humid subtropical and Mediterranean climate. The wettest months are September through January. The high season for diving is from May till September. The average air temperature ranges between 7-25C/44-77F. The water temperature stays between 10-25C/50-77F through the most of the year except for June to September when the average water temperature is about 22C/71F. The visibility is within 10-30m/32-98ft range, but sometimes can reach the 50m/164ft. The currents are generally mild, but sometimes can be strong. What to see Divers can observe various sea sponges, white and red soft corals as well as spot lobsters, morays, spider crabs, groupers, octopus, amberjack and other fish.

Scuba diving in Zadar

Zadar is the center of Zadar County on the Adriatic Sea. Zadar is a key transport hub with ferry connections to the neighboring islands and an interesting place to visit. There are museums, medieval churches, a historic old town with Roman ruins, cosmopolitan cafes and other sights. It is also a very attractive diving spot with its clear waters and a beautiful underwater treasures like wrecks, walls, caves and coral reefs filled with various fish. The sites around are located inside the National Park and are better suited for advanced divers. Most popular dive sites The must see dive sites are on the North of Zadar and include Pag island with a famous dive site Cathedral of Premuda, which features a series of connected caves. Also worth visiting are Brbinjscica Cawe, Vodenjak, Mezanj Island and Rivanjski kanal .