The sea temperature in Zadar is measured using a buoy with a sea temperature sensor on the Puntamika peninsula. The sea temperature in Zadar is the classic sea temperature of the Dalmatian region, which means that the sea temperature is highest in the summer months of June, July and August, and does not drop below 10 degrees Celsius (50 degrees Fahrenheit) in winter. The sea temperature in Zadar is affected by the wind and the number of sunny hours. The sea temperature in Zadar is very close to the average sea temperature in Croatia, and is similar to the sea temperature on the island of Ugljan and the sea temperature in Petrčane.
The temperature is perfect for swimming for all ages.
The most popular beaches in Zadar are Kolovare, Borik, and Puntamika, and for those who prefer quieter coves, there are Diklo, Petrčane, and Nin. Additionally, you can swim at numerous smaller beaches and coves along the entire Zadar Riviera.
Last updated 03.12.2023. 19:00