The sea temperature on the island of Mljet is measured at three stations – in the open sea near the island of Galicija in the archipelago of Pomer on the island of Mljet, then in the Great Lake on Mljet and in the Small Lake on Mljet in the Mljet National Park. It was precisely in the Small Lake on the island of Mljet that the record sea temperature in the Republic of Croatia was recorded and it was 31.3 degrees Celsius. The island of Mljet regularly records the highest sea temperatures in Croatia, and the sea temperature on the island of Mljet is much higher than the sea temperature in Dalmatia. Due to its particularities, swimming on the island of Mljet can be done as early as April in particularly favorable years and up to late October or even November if someone can tolerate a sea temperature below 20 degrees Celsius. The sea temperature on the island of Mljet is largely determined by the number of sunny hours, the small amount of rainfall and the extremely mild Mediterranean winters and dry, long summers.
The temperature is perfect for swimming for all ages.
On Mljet, you can swim on numerous beaches, of which the most popular are Saplunara, Blace, Sutmiholjska, Babino Polje, and Prožurska Luka. Additionally, you can swim in the Veliko Jezero lake, located in the Mljet National Park. The water is crystal clear and ideal for swimming, diving, and other water activities.
Last updated 01.12.2023. 1:00