The sea temperature in Dubrovnik is measured using a buoy with a sensor for sea temperature, and this buoy is placed at the entrance to the Sumartin Bay in Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik regularly records one of the highest sea temperatures in Croatia, which can be attributed to its location in the south of Croatia and Dalmatia, where the sea is warmer than in the northern Adriatic. The sea temperature in Dubrovnik rises rapidly from April, and it is possible to swim in Dubrovnik as early as May until October, with it being uncommon to see swimmers in November. The sea temperature in Dubrovnik is influenced by the number of sunny days and the amount of sunshine hours, which are plentiful throughout the year in Dubrovnik. The sea temperature in Dubrovnik regularly exceeds the average sea temperature in Dalmatia and is similar to the sea temperature in Cavtat and the sea temperature in Molunat.
The temperature is perfect for swimming for all ages.
The most popular beaches in Dubrovnik are Banje, Lapad, and Copacabana. Banje is the closest to the city and has a beautiful view of the Old Town, while Lapad offers more space for relaxation and water activities. Copacabana is the farthest, but offers the most space for sunbathing and swimming. Additionally, there are several smaller beaches and coves that are less known but also worth visiting.
Last updated 30.11.2023. 7:00