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The Most Beautiful Dive Sites in Sibenik-Knin Countyall 16 dive sites
About Sibenik-Knin County
Šibenik-Knin County is a county in Croatia, located in the north-central Dalmatia. Its center is Šibenik and other notable towns are Knin, Drniš and Skradin. Scuba diving is a very popular activity here, especially near Kornati islands, Murter island, Prvic island and Rogoznica. Other diving spots can be found at the islands of Žut, Piškera, Kaprije and Žirje. Fascinating underwater scenery, night dives, reefs, historical underwater wrecks, walls, drop-offs starting from 10m/33ft below the surface, caves, and many species of fish below the surface. Very rich underwater life can be explored at the Kornati National Park, but to dive there a special permission is needed. Most popular dive sites As for wrecks, Francesca di Rimini is one of the most famous wrecks in the Adriatic near Murter. Other must see dive sites include Kaprije, Samograd, and also Kamicici, Rasip, Piskera, Mana near Kornati islands.
When to go to Sibenik-Knin County
Sibenik-Knin County's climate is Mediterranean with humid, mild, winters and dry, hot summers. The rainy season is from to October till January. The best time to go is the period from May to October with water temperature averages from 19C/66F to 25C/77F. The average air temperature: 6-26C / 42-78F. The average water temperature: 13-26C/ 56-78F. The visibility: from 5m/16ft to 30m/98ft. The currents vary from none to mild. What to see Among the underwater inhabitants - octopus, wrasse, scorpionfish, blennies, lobsters, and other colorful fish thrive against a backdrop of sponges, tunicates, and corals. Starfish, sea urchins, and other echinoderms are plentiful as well.