Weather in Croatia in November

Those who prefer off-peak travel can find their November stay in Croatia enjoyable. However, many would probably hesitate because of the weather, which can be rather difficult to predict. It is far from being perfect for beach pastime, with the average number of rainfall days being sixteen. Although sometimes the first week of November is so spring-like that some tourists may even regret not bringing their bathing suits with them, the weather in the last week of month is generally uncomfortable. The average sea temperature rarely drops below 17°C, while the daytime air temperature by the sea doesn't exceed 16°C. In continental regions of Croatia it can get colder (the average temperature in Zagreb is 6°C), and in some inland places it can even snow.

The weather is favourable for enjoying country's cultural and gastronomic offerings. It can be a real problem to find accommodation as most hotels near the coast and on the islands would be closed from November to March. Thus, it is advisable to stay in large cultural centers like Zagreb, Dubrovnik and Split, where tourists have a full range of accommodation for reasonable prices at their disposal. Moreover, these places never run out of concerts, art exhibitions and musical events regardless of the season.

Although November is almost tourist-free, a lot of festivals and local events are organized in different corners of the country. For instance, you may consider visiting ancient Pula and delve into the atmosphere of The International Music Festival, which features various concerts, professional seminars on issues related to contemporary music, panel discussions, etc. Jazz fans cannot miss Vip Zagreb Jazz Festival, which brings the jazz legends to the Croatian audience.

Average temperatures in Croatia in November
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