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About Korcula Island

Korčula Island is located in the Adriatic Sea, in the southern part of Croatia along the Dalmatian coast. Most of Korčula Island is covered with typical Adriatic pine forests. The island has some famous towns such as Korcula, Lumbarda, Vela Luka. Diving in the Korčula area offers interesting landscapes of underwater caves and rocks covered with all types of corals. The place attracts photographers due to the opportunities for underwater macro shooting. Most popular dive sites The most interesting dive sites of the island of Korčula are Blue Hole, Priscapac, Prznjak, Wreck Graveyard, Vertical limit, and a bit further near Vis island - wrecks like Teti, Fortunal, Brioni, B-17.

When to go to Korcula Island

The climate of the Korcula island is mild Mediterranean. Most of the rains fall in traditional autumn-winter period; the wettest month is December. The high diving season is between the end of April to October. The average air temperature in January is 9C/48F and in July 27C/81F. The average water temperature in winter is 13C/55F and in summer - 26C/79F. Visibility varies from 10m to 40m/32-131ft. The currents generally are slight, but sometimes - medium. What to see While diving in the Korčula area there is a good chance of seeing red and yellow gorgonians, soft sponges and corals, various other marine life forms, including damselfish, wrasse and bream, moray eels, octopus, rockfish, groupers, jacks, nudibranchs, blennies, crustaceans and seahorses.