What’s the weather like in Croatia in February?
Stretching for miles along the Adriatic Sea, the Eastern European country of Croatia encompasses large inland areas and thousands of smaller islands dotted along the coast. February is a pleasant month for holidays to Croatia, with signs of spring beginning to show. Days are still quite cool and are often cloudy, so you’ll need to be prepared with warm clothes and waterproof jackets in case of rain. For the best weather make your way to the south coast, while northern areas such as the capital Zagreb can be chilly at this time of year.
In the coastal city of Dubrovnik there are highs of 11°C in February and lows of 5°C, so make sure you pack plenty of layers and wrap up warm at night. Split has an average temperature of 8°C, while Zagreb is much colder at 3°C. Sea temperatures are a brisk 14°C in the Adriatic, so you’ll need to be brave or wear a wetsuit to get in the water. Each day has around ten hours of daylight, with the days getting longer as the month goes by.