Naturally, you want to check Croatia's weather and climate before you plan a trip. It depends on what you want to do, of course, but for
most purposes the best time to visit Croatia is in
late spring or
early autumn followed by summer and, lastly, winter.
Best Month to Visit Croatia
Check the month-by-month guide below for weather, holidays,
festivals, events and general advice.
Brrrr. Continental Croatia is nippy indeed and the coast, while
often sunny and pleasant, is not exactly swimmably warm. More.
February It's still cold in most of Croatia but the energy level
is definitely picking up. More.
It's great outdoors weather along the Adriatic coast and, depending
on the calendar, there are the festivities around Easter. More.
April Spring is here at last. The snows have melted, flowers are
budding and it's time to celebrate. More.
May The days are getting long and increasingly sunny. The tourist
season is gearing up but is not yet in full swing which can be a
good thing. More.
June We're in prime coastal and island-hopping
season now and there are plenty of interesting cultural events. More.
July The tourist season is in full swing now as coastal resorts
fill up and excursion boats leave the docks groaning with passengers. More.
August Don't show up on a small island without a hotel reservation
or you may find yourself on the next boat out. More.
September The tide of tourists has largely receded leaving the resorts
quieter, if not completely empty even though you can still swim. More.
October The weather is turning cooler but it's often still possible
to swim in southern Dalmatia and tourists are few and far between. More.