What’s the weather like in Dubrovnik in March?
The climate begins to warm up in March, which is great if you’ve arrived in early spring to avoid the summer crowds and still enjoy the Mediterranean weather. You won’t get very high temperatures, which is actually preferable because you’ll be able to sightsee and enjoy your holiday without feeling overwhelmed by the heat.
Its position on the Adriatic coast of Croatia means that Dubrovnik enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate. Dubrovnik weather in March is sunny in the morning with slightly cooler temperatures in the late afternoon. Winds are very common in the city, so hold onto your hat. They tend to blow in from the sea and bring a relief from the heat in the summer but can be quite chilly in March.
You can look forward to an average daily temperature of 12°C with lows of 3°C at night. The average monthly rainfall is around 104mm over 11 days of the month, which means there’s a chance you might not see any rain during your stay. It’s advised to take an umbrella with you though, just in case a shower decides to pop up while you’re out sightseeing. You can expect eight hours of sunshine per day with winds reaching speeds of up to 12mph.