The sea temperature in Komiža rapidly increases from April, and already in June, the sea reaches very high temperatures and is suitable for swimming. The sea temperature in Komiža is influenced by the number of sunny hours, wind, tides and currents, but also by the amount of precipitation. As Komiža is quite far from the mainland, the sea temperature in Komiža is often significantly higher than the sea temperature in other Dalmatian cities. Therefore, the sea temperature in Split or the sea temperature in Makarska can be significantly different from the sea temperature in Komiža. The sea temperature in Komiža is similar to the average sea temperature on the island of Vis, and generally higher than the average sea temperature in Croatia. The sea temperature in Komiža is measured on the waterfront of Sveti Mikula.
The temperature is perfect for swimming for all ages.
In Komiža, you can swim in several places, such as Kamenice beach, which is popular among families with children, Gusarica beach, which is ideal for divers and underwater enthusiasts, and Velo žalo beach, which is the largest beach in Komiža with crystal clear sea and numerous amenities such as cafes and restaurants. Additionally, you can swim at Nova pošta beach, which is hidden in a bay and offers peace and privacy, or at Mlin beach, which is ideal for those who want to enjoy nature and silence.
Last updated 01.12.2023. 1:00