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About Pag Island
The island of Pag is located in the northern Adriatic Sea. Diving around the Island of Pag offers caves, wrecks and amphorae-fields full of gorgonians, sponges, soft corals, octopus, stonefish, large schools of beautiful fish and sea spiders, among other sea denizens. The island is unique in its vegetation: the eastern part of the island is completely bare due to the north wind called “bura”. It blows in late autumn and winter. The landscape is mainly rocky, with stone walls and thin grass. The island is one of the largest in the Adriatic Sea and has the longest coastline, with plenty of bays, inlets, capes and pebble beaches. The underwater landscape, as in most of the Croatian coastline, is interesting for its diverse rock formations, cliffs and walls. The visibility is usually good – about 30m/98 ft. Pag also provides excellent opportunities for those who enjoy taking underwater macro photos. Among the most interesting Pag dive sites are Amforište, Sveti Onik, Triget Reef, Great Cavern, Double Reef and Pastura.
When to go to Pag Island
The average temperature on the island ranges from 20-28C/68-82F from May to September and 7-9C/45-48F from December to February. Average sea temperature is 25C/77F in summer and 13C/55F in winter. The rainy period is from October to January.