It’s Monday, and almost the end of working hours for some! Now, what we wanted to do with this blog is to meet you with September in Croatia, Dubrovnik to be exact. Croatia has many different climates depending on where in the country you are located. September can be very tricky month, as in the south Adriatic coast towns the weather will be very warm and hot and summerish still and in the north will be a bit colder weather. So, yes, fall comes in the north while the summer is still in full mood in the south – even more reason to visit Dubrovnik in ‘off – season’.
5. Less crowds!
Explore Dubrovnik Old Town and indulge into different activities as the heat of season has passed. Cruise ships are arriving almost every day, but Wednesday and Sunday, however most of the tourist when decide on taking the trip to Dubrovnik, opt for high season. So let yourself go wild exploring all the small streets in the Old Town, city walls, all of the different gems we invite you to find!
4. Still summer!
Yes! As told prior, this is the month where in Dubrovnik the temperatures are still pretty high, up to 30 degrees. Summer mood is still felt all over the town, so opt for a boat day, explore the Elafiti islands, hop on to Mljet to visit National Park, or decide on going to Lokrum island to mingle with peacocks and bunnies while swimming in the Dead sea. Just a few ideas, but keep in mind the sea is still warm and swimming is mandatory ;)
3. Montenegro day trip!
If you are keen to visit Montenegro while on your vacation in Dubrovnik this is the perfect month to do so. The crowds at the border are small up to none, especially if you decide to go on the days we highly recommend. In each town you visit, and each experience you decide on taking on, you will be able to relax and take your time to fully enjoy every moment. September is the best!
2. Hang out with the locals!
When September comes, locals tend to enjoy the summer time finally. Somehow jobs get a bit easier, working gets a bit easier, everything gets more relaxed and locals tend to hang out more. So have a seat in one of coffee bars, pubs, cocktail bars inside the Old Town grab your drink, or two.. and start a conversation! Why not mingle a bit, you might learn so much more about Dubrovnik local spots and locals in general ;)
1. Cavtat festival!
Truly called Epidaurus festival, means all sort of unique cultural programs in the small town just 20 minutes’ drive from Dubrovnik. From folklore dance, music stages and performances, theatre shows, artistic programs for children and adult and so much more. The whole festival lasts from 10th of September up until 22th so you still have time to wonder Cavtat streets and explore your artistic side on the festival.
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