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Dalmatian Coast

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    Dalmatian Coast weather August

    What’s the weather like in Dalmation Coast in August?

    Along with July, the Dalmation Coast weather in August is the best all year. Take a trip to this spectacular stretch of Croatian coastline and you’ll relax in temperatures touching 30°C and lots of sunshine. Perfect for a special summer holiday.

    Geographical influences

    The Dalmation Coast’s a pretty 500km-long shoreline in Croatia, running from Rovinj in the north to Brac Island in the south. The southern resorts have a slightly warmer and drier climate and the region benefits from a cool breeze coming off the Adriatic Sea.


    You’ll have no need for warm weather clothing thanks to the Dalmation Coast’s balmy Mediterranean weather. In August the average high temperature reaches 28°C and perhaps even 30°C around Split and Dobrovnik. It cools off in the evening to 18°C and strolls along the beach and promenades are very comfortable. Croatia’s famous sunshine lasts for an average of 11 hours each day in this peak summer month. The weather in Dalmation Coast in August produces just 64mm of rainfall and any showers are usually short. The Adriatic Sea’s a refreshing 23°C, but take care when you sunbathe as the UV index is moderate to high.

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