Summer in Croatia
Croatia has quickly become a hotspot destination for those looking to explore Mediterranean while avoiding some of the cost in Italy and Greece. For hiking to exploring waterfalls, Croatia appeals to nature love with over 300 miles of beautiful, sprawling coastline.
The southern part of the country consist of hundreds of island nestled between the two major cities of split and Dubrovnik. The north holds hotspot tourist destination like Zagreb and the Plitvice lake National Park.
Summer fashion in Croatia
Croatia in summer is the ideal place for holiday. With hot and dry temperatures and sunny days, coastal Croatia are the best destinations if you’re looking to spend a few days hanging-around on the beach, staring at the aquamarine blue waters and eating implausibly amazing food.
In months of July and August catch the most visitors with blissfully hot days and ideal water temperatures for swimming. The shoulder months of May and September are a great time to visit with enjoyable climate and sunny mackerel-sky, though less crowds. The seas are still comparatively warm so swimming is still an option. Temperatures typically range from the mid- to high-20s Celcius, but it’s not rare to be relaxing in glorious 30C-plus weather. Croatia also enjoys 12-14 hours of sunlight each day.
What to wear in Croatia in summer?
Lightweight sleeveless tops and t-shirts are your best friend when visiting Croatia in summer. Even in May, the temperatures were hot enough that so wear in short sleeves and also sleeveless shirt feels comfortable.
Paired with shorts or a skirt, lightweight tessellated tops are the perfect outfit to take you from the beach to the bar, around the ruins and to the parks. And, they are the easiest thing to pack as they take up little to no room in your bag. Throw on a cardigan in the evening and you’ll be ready to spend the night looking voguish and comfortable in Croatia.