Weather in Dubrovnik. Actual conditions and forecast
Week forecast for temperature, rain and cloudiness
Map of wind conditions for Dubrovnik area
Map of Dubrovnik temperature forecast
1. You can zoom in to Dubrovnik using the '+' button, or check temperatures around the globe by the '-' button.
2. Besides this, you can grab the map by your mouse button and move it to see the temperature in other regions.
This temperature map is centered around Dubrovnik. The map is real-time and interactive.
Rain forecast for Dubrovnik area
1. Using the control panel above this map, you can check the rain forecast for Dubrovnik for any period within next 10 days.
2. Via the top control panel, you can check the following weather parameters: Temperature, Cloud cover, Precipitation, Wind and Pressure.
This precipitation forecast map is centered around Dubrovnik. The map is also real-time and interactive.
Climate in Croatia and weather forecast - best seasons for visit
The beach season in Croatia opens in the first days of May. However, the water in this period rarely warms up more than 18-19°C. Therefore, many vacationers prefer to relax on the beach only to sunbathe and appreciate the views. You may in addition enjoy water treatments in the heated pool. From the onset of June and until mid-September, you can experience all the delights of the Adriatic Sea. In August, the water temperature warms up to 27°C. The autumn season in Croatia also enjoys a great popularity. This is so because until the end of October, the temperature of the water in the sea does not fall below 20°C and the air temperature is on an average of about 23°C. Southern resorts such as those in Dubrovnik or Split are the most popular in the autumn months. In addition, tour operators offer quite decent discounts on travel during this period.
Atmosphere of Croatia: religion and languages
Croatia mostly professes Christianity like most modern European Countries. However, historically there was some confrontation between Orthodox and Catholics. Therefore, the percentage ratio of these Christian faiths was constantly changing. It should be noted that even in the 7th century, Croatia became the first country to abandon the Old Slavonic religions and beliefs, replacing the pagan worldview with the Christian one. During this period, not one of the Slavic countries had yet to take up Christianity. Among the Christians themselves, there was no unity since Catholicism and Orthodoxy were equally spread across the territory of the modern country.