The sea temperature on the island of Korčula is the average sea temperature measured at two places on the island of Korčula – Vela Luka and the town of Korčula. The sea temperature on the island of Korčula is a typical Mediterranean sea temperature and follows the specificities of its position within the Adriatic Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. Located in the southern Adriatic, Korčula is characterized by a rapid rise in sea temperature from April, and sea temperatures ideal for swimming are recorded in the months of June, July and August. The sea temperature on the island of Korčula is specific in that it is often not the same as the sea temperature in the town of Korčula nor the sea temperature in Vela Luka, that is, the two places on the island of Korčula where the sea temperature on the island of Korčula is measured and recorded. The reason for this is that these two places are located on different sides of the island of Korčula and often different sea temperatures are recorded in them. The sea temperature on the island of Korčula is similar to the sea temperature in Dalmatia and higher than the sea temperature in Croatia.
The temperature is perfect for swimming for all ages.
On the island of Korčula, you can swim at many beaches, some of the most popular being: Bačva Beach, Pupnatska Luka Beach, Vela Pržina Beach, Žitna Beach, Lumbarda Beach, Proizd Beach, Bilin Žal Beach, and Korčula Beach. All of these beaches offer crystal clear water and beautiful sandy or pebble beaches, and some of them are suitable for families with children.