What’s the weather like in Dubrovnik in December?
Winter in Dubrovnik is quite chilly, so make sure you pack plenty of warm clothes for your visit. It’s the second coldest month of the year, but there’s still a lot of sunshine per day so you have plenty of time to get around the city and enjoy all the best sights and attractions.
Dubrovnik weather in December is influenced by its position in southern Croatia on the Adriatic Sea. The city has a humid subtropical and Mediterranean climate, which is slightly wetter and cooler in winter. You probably won’t have many opportunities to enjoy a swim in the sea or getting a tan, but you can still have a great time with lots of sightseeing without feeling too hot.
The average sea temperature is a chilly 15°C with humidity levels ranging from 47% up to 85%, which is very humid. Temperatures reach highs of just 8°C in December with nightly lows of 1°C. The average rainfall is 178mm, which means you can expect at least 15 days of rain throughout the month. A fresh breeze is common in the winter and often causes a drop in temperature with an average speed from 3mph to 22mph.