Now you have more information on the weather and sea temperatures, you’ll next need to know where to go in Croatia in September. The list below is some of the favoured destinations in the country during this time. Keep reading to learn more about what to do, so that you can make the most out of your trip here throughout the month.
Split in September
With excellent temperatures and fewer tourists, September is a great time to explore Split. This popular city draws visitors throughout the year, however, you’re sure to enjoy all that it has to offer during this time.
Its lovely beaches, fascinating history, interesting museums and beautiful art galleries provide tourists with lots to do in Split. Be sure to marvel over the ancient Dicoletian’s Palace or hike to Marjan Hill for panoramic views over the city.
For those hoping to spend some time relaxing and unwinding in Split in September, you can also enjoy the many bars and restaurants throughout the city. What’s more, with fewer crowds and less hustle and bustle, the atmosphere during this time is ideal for anyone seeking a little tranquillity here.
Dubrovnik in September
Situated on the southern coast of Croatia is the charming city of Dubrovnik. A trip here provides visitors with the perfect opportunity to soak up the many historical attractions, alongside breathtaking coastal vistas. You will also find a great beach here, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, fascinating architecture and much more.
A trip to Dubrovnik in September is great for anyone looking to explore the top sites without having to navigate through busy crowds. The quieter atmosphere provides the perfect setting to uncover the history throughout the city, or simply relax and unwind in one of the many eateries.
Be sure to check out Dubrovnik’s cable car ride. This allows you to experience the renowned Mount Srd, as well as magnificent panoramic views out to sea and across the Croatian landscapes. With so much to uncover throughout the city, a trip here in September won’t disappoint.
Hvar in September
Hvar Island attracts visitors from all over the world, mainly due to its untouched beaches, lush greenery, turquoise waters and intriguing Old Town. A trip here allows you to fully immerse yourself in Croatian culture and tradition as you wander around the pretty island and immerse yourself in the stunning natural surroundings.
There are some excellent sandy shores to visit on Hvar, a great way to relax and unwind whilst seeing Croatia. Plus, with fewer tourists here in September, you will find yourself relishing in the utter serenity surrounding these lovely coves. The island is also renowned for its magnificent lavender fields, these come to life in September with hues of purple brightening the landscapes for all to enjoy.
If you’re hoping to experience some of the fine wines in Croatia, there are some excellent vineyards scattered across Hvar Island. These allow guests to appreciate the breathtaking scenery, all whilst enjoying a bite to eat and some of the finest grapes.
With historical attractions, vibrant nightlife, flora and fauna and captivating landscapes, a trip to Croatia wouldn’t be complete without exploring Hvar. Don’t forget your camera when visiting here as there will also be fantastic photo opportunities at every twist and turn!
Korcula in September
Another of Croatia’s renowned islands is Korcula. This is a great place to visit no matter when you choose to stay in the country. The fascinating Old Town boasts mediaeval architecture, idyllic streets, plenty of historical sights and an impressive Cathedral. You will also find some excellent bars and restaurants to relax in, all of which are in a peaceful atmosphere on Korcula.
Alongside its exceptional town, Korcula is also brimming with paradisical sandy shores, an intriguing museum and luxury wine tasting. There is something here for a range of travellers and a trip in September allows visitors to navigate this wonderful island, all whilst relishing in the peaceful streets.
Foodies will also appreciate all that Korcula has to offer as the island is renowned for its fantastic local cuisine. Indulge in fresh seafood, or stop off at one of the many local tavernas to try some of the country’s finest dishes. For families, couples and friends, Korcula is a great option for all.