The sea temperature in Novigrad, Istria, is similar to the sea temperature in Umag and the sea temperature in Poreč because these three cities are located in close proximity on the western part of the Istrian Peninsula. During summer, Novigrad reaches high sea temperatures, which is why it is one of the Croatian cities that consistently attracts a large number of tourists each year. Novigrad is situated in a bay and is sheltered from the wind, which means that the wind blowing from the open sea has less influence on the sea temperature in Novigrad, while the number of sunny days plays a larger role. Swimming in Novigrad is possible throughout the summer months, in September, and at the beginning of October. The sea temperature in Novigrad is similar to the average sea temperature on the Istrian Peninsula.
The temperature is perfect for swimming for all ages.
In Novigrad, you can swim in several places, such as Karpinjan beach, Mala luka beach, Sirena beach, Pinia beach, and Lapidarij beach. All beaches are sandy or pebbly, and some of them have additional facilities such as showers, changing cabins, cafes, and restaurants. Additionally, Novigrad also has the Maestral hotel pool, which is open to the public for a fee.
Last updated 01.12.2023. 1:00