What’s the weather like in Brac Island in July?
Thanks to its brilliant Mediterranean-like climate, the Brac Island weather in July is hot, sunny and with not too much rainfall. People flock to this stunning Croatian island to relax by the beach and explore the ancient sights and villages. You’ll love holidaying at Brac Island in July.
Brac Island has a superb location. It’s a pretty island just off the coast of south Croatia, not far from the historic mainland city of Split. The warm sea temperature of the Adriatic in this hot summer month helps to keep the air warm over the land. You’ll enjoy the refreshing sea breeze in July too.
The weather in Brac Island in July is very hot, with an average daytime high temperature of a balmy 34°C. This’ll only drop to around 24°C when the sun’s not quite so bright. The sunshine’s a big reason why people keep coming back to Brac Island for their summer holiday. You can expect an average of 13 hours each day and it doesn’t set until 8.40pm at the beginning of the month. There could be some rain in July around Brac Island, with 44mm falling on average across eight rain-affected days. If you’re planning to spend time at Brac Island’s idyllic beaches, the average water temperature’s 24°C. You’ll need to use plenty of sunblock if you’re out in the sun because UV levels are high. The wind speed’s moderate at 8mph and you can expect the humidity to be around 65%.