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Sea Temperatures in Croatia

Sea temperatures for 14 locations in country Croatia. The warmest water in Croatia is in Rovinj where water has 27 degrees celsius. On the contrary, the lowest temperature is in Pula where water has only 12 degrees celsius. This means the difference between the warmest (Rovinj) and coldest (Pula) place in Croatia is 15 degrees celsius.
At the moment the warmest country in Europe is Croatia where current average water temperature is 22,4 °C. The coldest country at the moment is Russia with average water temperature 6,4 °C. Among 28 countries in Europe, currently Croatia has the warmest water.
The average temperature in the last month in Croatia was 23 °C, the highest temperature was 27 °C and the lowest temperature was 19 °C.
Below is list of towns in Croatia with information about water temperatures. You can order locations by different criteria.
 Order sea temperatures by: NameWater temperaturePopularity
26°C
Bol

Average water temperature: 26°C

16°C
Dubrovnik

Average water temperature: 20°C

24°C
Hvar

Average water temperature: 24°C

25°C
Krk

Average water temperature: 25°C

25°C
Lastovo

Average water temperature: 25°C

22°C
Mali Lošinj

Average water temperature: 22°C

22°C
Poreč

Average water temperature: 22°C

12°C
Pula

Average water temperature: 18,7°C

25°C
Rab

Average water temperature: 25°C

27°C
Rovinj

Average water temperature: 27°C

23°C
Šibenik

Average water temperature: 23°C

18°C
Split

Average water temperature: 19,7°C

18°C
Split - Resnik

Average water temperature: 19,7°C

16°C
Zadar

Average water temperature: 19,5°C

 
  
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