Low season in Croatia
Low season like true gourmets. In this blessed time there is no exhausting heat and noisy tourists. Students and schoolchildren returned to educational institutions, adults began to work. Now nothing can prevent you from spending your time in silence and tranquility. Croatia like any other country is suitable for this purpose. Do you want to know why? Then read furhter.
In theory, September is the beginning of autumn. But not for Croatia. To fully enjoy your vacation, you need to come to Croatia in the first half of September. At this time, the weather pretty stabil. There are no protracted rains, cold and other. According to official statistics, at this time the amount of precipitation does not exceed the summer values. In the fall, of course, rains are more frequent, but the first half of September will not upset you with downpours.
Of course, the evenings are a bit colder, so don’t forget to bring a jacket. This applies more to the northern regions of the country, but after all, we are going to the Adriatic Sea! Here the day is stable around 23 degrees Celsius, and at night the temperature can drop to 15 degrees Celsius.
What to do in Croatia in September?
September vacation is a great way to compensate the absence of summer holidays. You can relax and get a bright and unforgettable impression. Safe tanning, empty beaches – all this guarantees you relaxation on a wide well-groomed beach. Here the atmosphere of peace reigns. Beautiful cities allow visitors to get unforgettable impressions. You can not only touch and see everything, but also make a lot of beautiful bright pictures. For real gourmets we offer routes with delicious culinary specialties.
A beach vacation
In the low season, you can spend time on the beach as much as you want. The sun is very gentle and tender at this time. You can lie in the sun all day and not worry that you will get sunburn. Even children can be safely exposed to the sun. Only in comparison with the summer, the water will become a little colder. But the Middle and South Dalmatia has a coastal water temperature of 23 degrees Celsius. This is enough for a comfortable swim.
Lovers of sand beaches come to Lapad, or Korcula island to Lumbarda. Here you can master one of the types of water sports. There are professional divers, kite surfers, surfers and windsurfers.
In Croatia, as nowhere else, you can see how much antiquity is associated with modernity. Here, historical values look at you almost from every corner. To see how the Europeans lived a few centuries ago, just come to Croatia and have a look. And no need to invent a time machine – the spirit of history has remained in Croatian homes, walls, streets and the atmosphere as a whole. Sea cruises are very popular. In general, no matter your, you will certainly have something to do in Croatia.