Book Wonderful Croatia Holiday Homes and Enjoy Your Stay!
Croatia is full of diversity, ancient walled towns, delicious local cuisine, natural beauty and of course the sparkling sea.
Naturally, the weather in Croatia depends on where you are within its borders, but the climate here is generally warm, the warmest temperatures being on the Adriatic coast which offers typically Mediterranean weather. Croatia's coastal cities such as Dubrovnik and Split provide some of the best temperatures during the summer, with averages of around 25°C in July and August and with plenty of hours of sunshine to get that tan! However, areas such as the Zagreb also have nice weather from May through to September, with the hottest month also being July at an average of 21°C. Make a booking in holiday villas in Croatia for a brilliant getaway in this fascinating country, and you can also discover other European gems, as it is in the best location for you to travel across the border to Southern Transdanubia in Hungary, and the city of Venice is just across the water too! Don't forget, though, that although Croatia may be a part of the EU, it has its own currency separate from the euro, so make sure that before you go you check the exchange rate and change your money into Croatian kuna.