What's the weather like in Croatia in July?
Croatia is on the Adriatic coast and reaches out into Southeast Europe. The climate is more Mediterranean in the south and you’ll get some of the hottest weather if you’re plan your holidays to Croatia in July. You'll be kept cool by the ocean along the Adriatic coast, while the Pannonian Plains to the north, where you’ll find capital Zagreb, have a milder continental climate. In the centre of the country, the Dinara mountains have cooler temperatures than the coast.
The average high in popular Dubrovnik is 28ºC in July, which is perfect for spending long days by the pool or at the beach. Things cool to quite a pleasant 16ºC at night, so bring something warmer to wear for the evenings. The sea temperature’s 24ºC, while humidity’s moderate. There’s 26mm of rain over four days, and you can expect 15 hours of daylight with ten hours of sunshine each day. With so much sun at a very high UV level, make sure you bring plenty of sun cream. The sun goes down around 8.30pm at the start of July.