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About Slovene Littoral

Slovene Littoral is one of the five traditional regions of Slovenia, that forms the westernmost part of Slovenia. It borders with the Italian region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia and stretches from the Adriatic Sea in the south up to Julian Alps in the north. Slovenia’s coastal marine life is teeming with crayfish, lobsters, octopuses, squids, seahorses, scorpionfish, conger eels and other creatures. The most popular diving area is between Piran and Strunjan, where divers can explore such dive sites as WW2 Wrecks of Maona Rossa and Kec, Fiesa reef and Punta reef. The Wreck Kec was an Italian military transport ship from the WW2 period, which is now lying at the depth of 24m/78ft. Divers can explore its steel hull with 3 propellers and 2 rudders. The wreck is 47m/154ft long. Reef Fiesa features an easy access by road, good underwater visibility and a depth of 9m/29ft, making it an incredible night dive and the most visited reef in the Slovenian sea. Diving is also possible in the nearest lake Bled, which is more suitable for novice divers. The average visibility there is about 15m/49ft.

When to go to Slovene Littoral

Slovene Littoral features sub-Mediterranean climate with mild and warm summers and cold winters. Although diving is available all year round, the best conditions are from May to October, when the average air temperature stays about 26C/78F.