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Best Diving Destinations in Primorje-Gorski Kotar County
The Most Beautiful Dive Sites in Primorje-Gorski Kotar County
Punta Glavina Must see
Peltastis wreck Must see
Sveti Marak Must see
Tihany wreck Must see
Mali Cutin Must see
TA 36 wreck Must see
About Primorje-Gorski Kotar County
Primorje-Gorski, Kotar County is a county in the western Croatia that includes the Bay of Kvarner and the surrounding Northern Croatian seacoast as well as the mountainous region of Gorski kotar. It is a popular scuba diving region. There are a lot of interesting places for diving, such as islands Otok Cres, Krk, Mali Čutin, Rab, Dolin and St. Grgur. The island of Rab features numerous caves, walls, chasms and shipwrecks where one can find sponges, gorgonias, anemonae and other submarine vegetation in all their breathtaking colours. At Mali Čutin there is a steep wall, beginning at 8 to 10m/26 to 32ft and descending down to 50m/165ft of depth, full of bulges, cuttings and gaps. Most popular dive sites There are many beautiful dive sites like Vis wreck, TA 36 wreck, Kostrena wall, cave RT Jablanac, Lonjica, Lina wreck near Cres island and near Krk island such sites as Peltastis, Tenki, Kamenjak, Punta Silo, Tunnel.
When to go to Primorje-Gorski Kotar County
Soft Mediterranean climate allows to dive all year-round. The rainy season is from September until January. The best time to go is the period from May to September. The average air temperature: 7-26C / 44-78F The water temperature varies from 10C/50F in the winter to 26C/78F in the summer. The visibility: from 5m/16ft to 30m/98ft. The sea in this area is usually calm, without chop and currents. What to see The underwater fauna of the Northern Adriatic includes such species as two-banded bream, sheepshead bream, crab, octopus, conger eel, dogfish, grouper, scorpionfish and many others. Also there are wonderful red gorgonians, sun-like yellow sponges, anemones and corals of different colour.