Spring in Croatia is the perfect time to travel, characterized by a mild climate, lush nature and less crowds than in the summer months. Below, we bring you several reasons why visiting Croatia in the spring is an outstanding choice, along with suggestions of destinations worth exploring.

1. Mild climate

Croatian capital Zagreb in the spring

Spring brings pleasant temperatures that are ideal for research, while in the summer months the mercury in the thermometer can measure quite high and uncomfortable temperatures. The temperatures are pleasant for walks in cities or through nature, which is always the most beautiful in spring. For lovers of an active holiday, spring offers numerous opportunities for hiking, cycling, diving, sailing and other sports activities.

2. Less crowded destinations

In the spring, tourist destinations are not as crowded as in the summer, which allows for a more relaxed experience and easier tours of popular locations. So, walks in popular tourist destinations will not be breaking through the mass of tourists, but a pleasant walk and enjoying the view. That is why we suggest that you consider booking private tours, which are a great choice for sightseeing where you will learn all the most important information about the destination you are visiting.

3. Cheaper accommodation

Of course, in addition to all the benefits that spring in Croatia offers us, a big bonus is that you can book accommodation much cheaper. Higher demand in the tourist season and summer months guarantees a slightly higher price of accommodation, but this does not have to be the case in the pre-season. Our accommodations are open with lower prices, so you have the opportunity to save something.

That is exactly why on the Adriagate website you can view all currently discounted accommodations, choose the desired location and book without much remorse.

4. Sightseeing

Dubrovnik walls

Cities such as Dubrovnik, Split, Zagreb and Rovinj offer a rich cultural heritage, historical sights and colorful streets that are especially attractive in spring, when they can be explored in a calmer and more pleasant atmosphere. Promenade in Split, popularly known as Riva, will not be crowded with people, Rovinj’s narrow streets will be passable, Also, you will easily capture the perfect shot on the walls of Dubrovnik. Of course, this applies to accommodation as well as to attractions, tickets, activities or food and drinks. Tickets for national parks or attractions are cheaper in the pre-season and restaurants also adjust their prices to a slightly smaller number of visitors in the spring months.

5. Coast and islands

Spring is the ideal time to explore the coast and islands. Visit coastal cities such as Zadar, Šibenik or Opatija or head to one of the beautiful Adriatic islands such as Brač, Hvar or Korčula, where you can enjoy quieter beaches and picturesque landscapes. Although the spring weather can be deceptive, for those who are braver the sea temperatures will still be acceptable and they will be able to have the beach to themselves without any problems. Even if you miss swimming, the island’s promenades without many people are a very special experience.

Empty Zlatni rat beach

A visit to Croatia in the spring provides an unforgettable experience that is worth exploring. We can guarantee that Croatia is a great idea in any season and that you will always have plenty of activities and destinations to visit.

If you want to check the planned manifestations and events in Croatia during your visit, we suggest you look at the link.

After all, with a planned trip you always have something to look forward to. 😉