What’s the weather like in Croatia in June?
Croatia has a lovely coastline on the Adriatic Sea and spreads out into Southeast Europe. The weather’s similar around the country, and you’ll get plenty of warmth and sunshine in June, particularly as you get closer to the Adriatic and the equator.
The Adriatic will keep you cool if you’re on Croatia’s coast, while to the north of the country, which is where capital Zagreb is, the Pannonian Plains bring hot summers and cold winters. The Dinara Mountains in the centre of the country are cooler than on the coast, while further east you’ll find the low-lying Danube valleys where you’ll get less rain.
There’s differences in weather around Croatia but if you’re going to Dubrovnik in June you’ll have an average high of 25ºC. Shorts and t-shirts should be fine for the day, but bring some warmer clothes for the evenings as it gets cooler at night. The sea temperature’s 22ºC, while humidity’s low. There’s 48mm of rain over six days, and nine hours of sunshine from the 15 hours of daylight each day. Take plenty of sun cream as UV levels will be very high. The sun sets around 8.30pm
Things to Do
The weather’s ideal for you to spend time on Croatia’s coast in June, and there’s some great places along the Dalmatian Coast. Visit islands such as Korčula, where you can see medieval buildings and wander through olive groves and vineyards, while Lokrum’s only a ten minute ferry from Dubrovnik’s Old Harbour. Explore fishing ports like Rovinj or go on a sailboat trip to see more of the coastline.