What’s the weather like in Dubrovnik in October?
Dubrovnik weather in October is mild and sunny with temperatures reaching the high teens on most days. Rainfall has increased in autumn, so it’s likely you’ll see at least one or two showers during your stay. Showers are usually quite short, but it’s worth packing an umbrella to be prepared.
Dubrovnik’s climate is borderline Mediterranean and subtropical, which means it’s usually very warm and humid with quite a lot of rain in autumn and winter. The city is located in southern Croatia on the Adriatic coast, which starts to get a lot of winds blowing in between October and April. The sky is usually clear towards the start of the month with more cloud coverage midway through October.
If you love swimming, you can still enjoy a day on the beach in October because the water is mild at around 20°C. You’ll also have ten hours of sunshine per day, which is more than enough time to make the most out of your holiday. The average temperature is around 18°C with lows of 12°C at night, so don’t forget to pack a jacket for the cooler weather. Humidity levels range from 49% to 85% and the average wind speed varies from 2mph up to 17mph.