Cafe life is in full swing
Average June Temperatures (Celsius)
The tourist season is well underway in Dubrovnik (where you should have an advance reservation) but just getting started in other coastal and island destinations. You're before the summer tourist crush but everything is open for business. Croatian local and international ferries are on their summer schedules making it easier to get to Croatia's islands. The weather makes June an excellent month to enjoy the outdoors and there are also some lively festivals.
June 10 is Corpus Christi, a bank holiday.
June 22 is the Day of Antifascist Resistance, a bank holiday
June 25 is Statehood Day, a bank holiday.
This festival of contemporary dance attracts troupes from all Europe as well as the best of Croatian modern dance.
On the shores of Lake Jarun, this is one of Europe's premier music festivals.
It's only been going on for a few years but the new Salsa Festival is putting some spice into this old fishing village.
Puppets, muppets, plays and workshops are all geared to young'uns in this kiddiefest.
Top Croatian pop stars make it their business to appear at this wildly popular festival at the end of June or beginning of July.
This festival refers to traditional St John and St Peter celebrations. Much takes place in and around the streets and squares of the Radunica neighbourhood in the last week of June. More information.
In the hill village of Velo Grablje, this festival at the end of the month showcases Hvar's most famous product. More information from the tourist office.
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