What’s the weather like in Dubrovnik in September?
The weather remains hot and sunny in September even though summer is coming to an end. It’s a quieter time to visit Dubrovnik because most of the summer crowds have left. This means you’ll get to enjoy a relaxing time on holiday with a peaceful, romantic charm to the city.
Dubrovnik weather in September is influenced by the city’s location on the Adriatic Sea in southern Croatia. The climate is borderline Mediterranean and subtropical, which means it can be quite hot, wet and humid at times. Thankfully, the city enjoys a cooling breeze along the Adriatic Coast that helps to bring temperatures down and keep things warm and pleasant.
You’ll have 13 hours of sunlight per day in September, which is plenty of time to explore the city and enjoy a well-deserved shopping spree before heading to the beach. The city enjoys an average temperature of 19°C that reaches highs of 24°C on a good day. There’s an expected rainfall of 101mm over seven days of the month, so make sure to carry your umbrella if the forecast predicts rain.