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Dalmatian Coast

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    Dalmatian Coast

    Dalmatian Coast weather September

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

    It’s not as hot as the peak summer months, but the warm Dalmation Coast weather in September makes it a great time to explore Croatia. Away from the busier crowds, visitors love sunbathing and relaxing in temperatures of 25°C and higher.

    Geographical influences

    The Dalmation Coast runs along the west of Croatia, with the bright blue waters of the Adriatic Sea lapping the beaches. Resorts in the south, such as Brac and Hvar Island, are generally warmer and drier than those in the north.


    The fantastic weather in Dalmation Coast in September means you’ll have lots of time to sunbathe at the beach or relax by your pool. The sunshine in this part of Croatia averages ten hours a day from 14 hours of sunshine. It rises at 6.30am and sets around 7.15pm for much of the month. There’s a chance you’ll see a few showers, with 75mm of rainfall expected across just ten wet-weather days. The average high temperature of 25°C will keep you feeling very warm, even with a moderate sea breeze. At night it dips to around 16°C and you may need a light sweater. The heat and humidity levels are quite low.

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