The Dalmatian Coast is a fantastic holiday destination at any time of the year. Known for its ancient Roman ruins, scenic beaches and warm climate, the Dalmatian Coast has a lot to offer holidaymakers.
Days along the Dalmatian Coast are mild during the winter, but it can get quite chilly at night. It’s also one of the wettest seasons of the year, so you’ll need to pack warm layers and waterproof clothing if you’re planning to visit between December and February.
Spring brings warmer weather and temperatures, which often reach up to 20°C in May. The good weather is perfect for relaxing on the beach and the region is generally quieter and more laid-back in spring than summer, so you’ll enjoy fewer crowds on the beach and at the local attractions.
Autumn is mild at the beginning, with temperatures warm enough to hit the beach and enjoy a refreshing swim along the coastline. It gradually gets colder towards winter though and November has an average temperature of just 8°C.
Dalmatian Coast weather is warm and sunny in summer with sizzling highs of 30°C and 12 hours of glorious sunshine each day.