What’s the weather like in Dalmation Coast in April?
The warm Dalmation Coast weather in April shows why this beautiful shoreline’s so popular with visitors. Temperatures reach 16°C and can often rise a little higher in the south of Croatia, with plenty of sunshine and just light showers.
The Dalmation Coast’s along the west of Croatia. It stretches for about 500km from Rovinj in the north, to the stunning islands of Brac and Hvar in the south. The Adriatic Sea gently laps against the beaches. Resorts in the south of the region, which include Split and Dubrovnik, enjoy a climate that’s a couple of degrees warmer than the north.
It probably won’t be hot enough for sunbathing, but you should soak up a good deal of sunshine and warm temperatures. During the day, the Dalmation Coast has an average high of 16°C this month, dipping just a few degrees on cooler days. In the evenings, it may be around 10°C and you’ll need a warm layer. The Adriatic Sea will be 14°C and wind speeds are light along the coast. The weather in Dalmation Coast in April sees a brilliant eight hours of sunshine, which is great for walks along the beaches and harbours. The sun rises at 6.15am and doesn’t set until after 7.30pm. It’s likely that you’ll get some showers in this part of Croatia and an average of 82mm falls during 13 wet-weather days.