Jutting out into the Adriatic Sea, the Istrian Peninsula’s mild climate and outstanding vistas greet scuba divers on the search for clear water and marine life.
Dive the calm and clear waters of the Adriatic Sea from Korčula and be pleasantly surprised by some beautiful caves and interesting wrecks.
The uninhabited islands of Kornati offer some of the best diving in the Adriatic Sea. Explore a diverse range of habitats, from tunnels to reefs, for an unforgettable Croatian dive holiday.
Home to some of Croatia’s most desirable islands, Kvarner Bay’s clear, warm waters are ideal for diving, the rich Adriatic a treasure to be uncovered.
You can see some fascinating coral in these waters. Rare black coral clings to Svetac, and reefs can be found around many of the islands. There is plenty of wacky macro life to see, as well. Nudibranchs are common, as well as shrimps, crabs and massive starfish. Seahorses, Zeus Faber (John Dory), conger eels, tuna, scorpion fish, octopus, lobster and sole are fun to find. Plus, the array of odd worms will blow you away. While seeing a massive creature is rare, there is still a chance you will run into a huge amberjack or a dusky grouper and maybe even a bottlenose dolphin.
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