Dalmatia in Croatia

Headings[Photos] [Presentation] [Situation] [Visits] [Culture] [Practical Information] [Other topics]

[Home page] [Parent topics] [Via Gallica]

Not published page

PresentationPresentation

General presentationGeneral information
Chart. Click to enlarge the image.

Tourist informationTourist information

General presentationGeneral information
InformationUseful information
ClimateClimate
The climate of the Dalmatian coast is particularly lenient, of Mediterranean type: soft winter, hot and dry summer. The average temperature over the year is just below 17 °c, the coldest month (January) has an average temperature of 9 °c against 25 °c for the hottest month (August). The temperature of water is of 18 °c in May and 24 °c in September. Besides the inhabitants advise with the tourists to come in September, when the water are still hot, the sun very present and the beaches less attended than in summer (time to which it is difficult to find a place on the sand or in the rooms of hosts). Dubrovnik counts on average 2,629 hours of sun a year and 1,021 mm of precipitations.

Two principal winds make the beautiful ones and the bad days of Dubrovnik. The mistral, of the North-West, blows mainly the summer to refresh the tourists, while will bura it, of the North-East, strongly makes fall the temperature in winter. The sirocco blows also a few weeks in winter, causing rains and swell.

It is however very rare that the temperature goes down below zero and the Croats have as a habit to celebrate New Year’s Eve in the streets of the old city, in particular on black Stradun of world, proof that Dubrovnik really enjoys a rather exceptional climate.

MeteorologyWeather
Weather in Dalmatia (Split) in this momentForecasts at 3 days
Weather in Dalmatia (Dubronik) in this momentForecasts at 3 days
Jet lagJet lag
CurrencyCurrency
ElectricityElectricity
TelephoneTelephone
PlanesPlanes
FerriesFerries
Road transportsRoad transports
FormalitiesFormalities
CalendarCalendar of the festivals
Administrative information

History and traditionsHistory, literature, arts, traditions, legends, religions, myths, symbols…

HistoryHistory
Dalmatia under the Empire Romain
Dalmatia on the Table of Peutinger. Click to enlarge the image.

Other topicsOther topics

Filiation of the topics
More detailed topics
The county of Šibenik-Knin in Croatia
The county of Split-Dalmatia in Croatia
The county of Dubrovnik-Neretva in Croatia
Close topics
Broader topics
Home page
Interactive map of Croatia
Geography of Croatia
History of Croatia
Economy of Croatia
Flora and fauna of Croatia
Tourist information on Croatia
The central part of Croatia
The septentrional part of Croatia
The southernmost part of Croatia
[Parent topics] [Home page] [Croatia] [Via Gallica]
Search :
Search on the Web :
Recommend this page :
Recommend this site :
AlbanieAllemagneAngleterreArméniePays basqueBiélorussieBulgarieCatalogneCroatieDanemarkEspagneEstonieFinlandeFranceGalicePays de GallesGéorgieGrèceHongrieIrlandeIslandeItalieEmpire romainLettonieLithuanieMacédoineMalteNorvègePays-BasPolognePortugalRoumanieRussieSerbieSlovaquieSlovénieSuèdeTchéquieUkraïne
If you reached this frame directly, click on this link to reveal the menus.