Croatia is located between Central and Southern Europe and lies to the west on the Adrian Sea. About 4.8 million people are living in Croatia on a total are of 56,600 km2. The capital is Zagreb and the official language is Croatian. Croatia is in the time UTC +1/+2 hours.
DIVING AT DESTINATION
DIVING QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
In the Adrianian Sea there are a multitude of different wrecks which, in addition to spectacular steep walls, reefs and caves, are a popular diving highlight. Especially in the underwater world around the islands in the nature reserve Rasip is recommended.
Diving is possible all year round, the best diving time is June to September. Divers need a diving license issued by the Croatian authorities.
Suitable for beginners and advanced.
POPULAR DIVE REGIONS
The island of Rasip is part of the Kornati National Park, which is one of the most beautiful underwater areas of the Adrian Sea. Steep walls and caves are covered with sponges, corals and gorgonians and therefore form a wonderful underwater backdrop.
Croatia’s coasts are characterized by a Mediterranean climate. The average temperature in summer is 35 °C.
BEST TRAVEL TIME
The best time to travel to Croatia is June to September.