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Panoramska slika grada Splita u kojem je izmjerena temperatura mora

Sea temperature - Split

The sea temperature in Split is very high and higher than the average sea temperature in Croatia. The sea temperature in Split is measured regularly and daily, and the measuring station is located between Zenta and Firule bays. The sea temperature in Split is influenced by wind, tide, ebb, amount of precipitation and number of sunny hours, of which there are plenty in Split. Swimming in Split starts in May and the season of sea activities ends in October, although it is not unusual to see the bravest swimmers even in early November. The sea temperature in Split is higher than the average sea temperature in Dalmatia.

  • 34%humidity
  • 17°Cair temperature
  • 4.9m/swind
  • 7UV index
16.4°Csea ​​temperature

It is not recommended to swim because the sea temperature is very low, especially for heart patients and other patients.

Where to go swimming in Split?

The most popular beaches in Split are Bačvice, Žnjan, Kašjuni and Firule. Bačvice are the most famous and most visited, but are often crowded with tourists. Žnjan is a larger and less crowded beach, while Kašjuni and Firule are ideal for those looking for quieter and less crowded beaches. Additionally, there are several hidden coves and beaches that can be found along the coast of Split.

Panoramska slika grada Splita u kojem je izmjerena temperatura mora

record temperature

21.4°C

The best time for swimming

  • June
  • July
  • August

Sea temperature by days in Split

Check sea temperatures day by day in Split