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Diving in Kumluca

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When to go to Kumluca

Summers in Kumluca are hot and dry, winters cool and wet. August is considered the warmest with the average air temperature of 33C/91F. February is the coldest month with the average air temperature of 7C/45F. Temperatures drop sharply at night. The average water temperature in February stays around 17C/63F and 29C/84F in August. The average underwater visibility is around 20m/66ft.

Scuba diving in Kumluca

Kumluca is a town and district of Antalya Province lying on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, part of the Turkish Riviera. The closest airport is in Antalya that is located in 110 km. Kumluca neighboring towns include Korkuteli, Elmalı, Finike, Kemer and Antalya. Kumluca serves as a good base to nearby sights and attractions including Olympos, Korydalla, Rhodiapolis, Idebessos and Gagai. The town of Kumluca (formerly the village of Sarıkavak) is named for its sandy soil and is known for its fantastic watermelons. It's located on the border of the four seas (Mediterranean, Black, Aegean and Marmara) and is known for its pristine clear waters that are perfect for diving. One of the best dive sites is Adrasan. It is a good location for novice divers as well as underwater photographers. Divers can explore a wall, cave and a wreck populated with various warm water big fish. Rays, octopuses, groupers, soldier fish, moray eels and nudibranchs can also be found in this area. Diving here can be done from shore and is suitable for divers of all levels. The average depth of this dive site is 30m/98ft.