Beaches are packed, and almost every yacht may be booked out, so plan early for that perfect Croatian Adriatic experience, as glamorous as the French Riviera, but better priced. Expect beautiful, dry days, if a bit hot. And the only way to beat the tourist crush at all the attractions is to let your operator do all the advance planning.
These are the months we strongly recommend if you can make it at this time: less crowds and milder temperatures. Prices will be marginally lower, yacht hiring easier and accommodation better priced. Same experience as peak season, without the heat and the tourist crush.
Croatian winters can get bitterly cold, so best avoided unless you’re going skiing up on the Olympic slopes of Bjelolasica, or the Sljeme Mountains, just north of Zagreb. Christmas is celebrated with great aplomb in Zagreb despite the snow, if you fancy an alternative destination you haven’t tried before. Several hotels will be shut, however (except for ski resorts), so check with your operator.
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