What’s the weather like in Rovinj in March?
The Rovinj weather in March is pleasant for early spring around this pretty Croatian harbour town. The temperature can reach double figures and the rain’s light, making it a great to visit for an Easter break.
Rovinj is on the west side of the Istrian peninsular in north Croatia. It’s by the North Adriatic Sea and resorts in this region usually have slightly cooler and wetter conditions than those in the south, such as Brac Island. The water temperature will only be around 10°C in March, which stops temperatures on the land rising too much.
Rovinj reaches an average daytime high temperature of 13°C in March. That means you can still spend plenty of time along the harbour promenades and exploring the streets and sights of this pretty town. At night time you can expect the temperature to fall to lows of 5°C to 7°C, so you’ll need a sweater if you’re heading out in the evening. Rovinj enjoys six hours of sunshine each day, on average, this month from 12 hours of daylight. The sun won’t set until after 6pm in March. The humidity level’s 72% and the UV index is low. The wind shouldn’t bother you much as it’ll be around 9mph throughout March. Rainfall produces just 55mm across 12 rain-affected days.