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Best Diving Destinations in Split-Dalmatia County
The Most Beautiful Dive Sites in Split-Dalmatia County
Vodnjak Kampanel Must see
- Pakleni Islands
Rt Kabal Must see
B24 Must see
Smociguzica Must see
Zala Luka Must see
S-57 wreck Must see
About Split-Dalmatia County
Split-Dalmatia County (Splitsko-dalmatinska županija) is located in the southern part of Croatia, in the historical region of Dalmatia. Diving in Split-Dalmatia allows divers to explore the fascinating underwater life and wonderful environment. There are opportunities for reef diving, cave diving, wall diving, wreck diving, and night diving in Split-Dalmatia. The visibility is excellent in the area. Most popular dive sites The huge amount of dive sites offer a variety of reefs, canyons, walls, freshwater springs, shipwrecks, and some of the best are wreck Ribolavac, Lucice, RT Kabal, Vrulja, B-24, S-57 wreck, Bunker, Sarac, Teti wreck, and others.
When to go to Split-Dalmatia County
Split-Dalmatia County has a mild Mediterranean climate and diving can be done all year round. Period from October until February has the most rainfall. The best time to dive is from May until October. The average temperature is about 26C/78F in summer and about 8C/46F in winter. The average water temperature averages around 25C/77F and around 14C/57F in winter. The visibility varies from 10m to 30m/32-98ft. The currents may vary, but generally are slight. What to see Divers will find an impressive variety of marine life to enjoy while diving, including sea cucumbers, corals, sponges, scorpion fish, snappers, dolphins, octopus, grouper, lobster, conger eel, and lots of other species of fish.