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Best Diving Destinations in Murter Island
The Most Beautiful Dive Sites in Murter Island
Kukuljar Must see
Francesca di Rimini Must see
Punta Kaprija Must see
Borko Must see
Kamicici Must see
Samograd Must see
About Murter Island
Murter is an island in central Croatia situated on the coast of the Adriatic Sea, near the Dalmatian Coast and west of Šibenik and Vodice. Murter is the biggest settlement, with three others being Betina, Jezera and Tisno. This island is a popular tourist destination featuring wonderful bays, beautiful beaches (Luke, Podvrske, Čigrađa, Lovišće), perfect dives and providing close access to the Kornati Islands. Kornati National Park, situated nearby, is considered one of the jewels of the Adriatic Sea, but just authorized dive centers are allowed to dive there. Diving in Murter offers an underwater landscape made of stones, rock, walls, tunnels and caverns, all densely covered with corals. There are lots of dive sites in the area suitable for divers of all levels. Most popular dive sites The best dive sites of the Murter area are Prišnjak, Franceska di Rimini, Borko, Kaprije, Samograd, Kukuljari, and the sites near Kornati islands - Kamicici, Kampanel, Rasip, Piskera, Mana.
When to go to Murter Island
Climate is Mediterranean with humid winters and dry summers. The rainy period lasts from October to January. The high diving season is from May to October. Normally air temperature varies from 20-29C/68-84F in the summer and 7-14C/45-57F in the winter. Average water temperature in winter is 14-15C/57-59F, and in summer - 23C/73F. Visibility is about 15m/49ft. The current are mostly low. What to see Divers will explore walls covered with red fan corals and colourful sponges, corals, also nudibranchia, crawfishes, eels, shoals of seabreams and mackerels, octopuses, lobsters and some others.