According to a long-term weather forecast for June 2015., there will be mostly sunny and warm on the Croatian coast. Air temperature will range from 24 to 28 degrees while the sea temperature should range from 21 to 23 degrees, which is nice for swimming.
During the whole June, according to a long-term weather forecast on http://www.accuweather.com/en/hr/zadar/116272/june-weather/116272, there will be only 2 or 3 rainy days. So, if you decide for a vacation in Croatia in June 2015., you shouldn’t be wrong. For the last 15 days it is very warm on the coast and there are plenty of swimmers. In 14:00 pm the temperature is usually 25 degrees. Take advantage of our offer and book yourself a very affordable accommodation in June. Spend conveniently and pleasantly a part of your holiday.
The organisation of Ultra music festival in Split, that will take place from the 10 July till 12 July 2015, announced that the festival events will last for a full 7 days. So next year Ultra in Split becomes Ultra week and about 200 000 guests are expected. The main part of the festival will be the city stadium in Split, while the other events start a few days before. The locations have still not been discovered by the organisation. The Ultra week will be significant for a special yacht party with hundreds of yachts in the bays of Middle Dalmatia. So hurry up and book a spot on a boat on www.croatia-yachtcharter-sailing.com , or accommodation in Split on www.split-riviera.eu/en/index.html .
In the summer months, Dubrovnik offers a unique experience to all culture and art lovers, more precisely in the period from 10 July to 25 August in which Dubrovnik Summer Festival is held. This famous event was founded in 1950 year of the last century and since then entertains visitors with numerous theatrical and dance performances and concerts. If you want to enrich your holiday with cultural programs and enjoy performances by artists from all over the world, Dubrovnik is an ideal choice for you. In the unique ambience of the old city walls, in interesting locations such as the beautiful fortress Revelin, Sponza Palace and Rector's Palace, this summer, dramatic play Romeo and Juliet and concerts of Baroque music performed by Italian, French and German musicians will be held. The festival is enriched with film screenings and exhibitions.
If you find yourself in Dalmatia at the beginning of August, do not miss Sinjska alka, one of the most beautiful events that testify to the rich cultural and historical heritage of Croatia. Sinjska Alka is a knightly competition which is being held from the 18th century in memory of the victory against the Turkish army. It has been listed on UNESCO's list of intangible world heritage since 2010. It is being held in Sinj, a town in the Dalmatian hinterland, located about a half-hour drive from Split. Contestants on horses must hit the center of the Alka, a small iron circle divided into three parts and hung on a rope across the racetrack, with the spear. The event lasts for three days and the winner is the one who manages to collect the most points.
Bisevo is one of the most distant Croatian islands which hides many natural beauties at its small surface. It is rich with the beautiful beaches in the cove Porat and Mezoporat, ancient olive groves, vineyards and pine forests. Probably the greatest attraction on Bisevo is a magical Modra spilja (Blue Grotto) that is located on the eastern side of the island. The cave was opened to the public in the late 19th century and since then it counts the number of visitors. The cave has a natural entrance below the sea level through which sunlight reflects and illuminates the cave with silver blue paint. The cave is accessible through artificially created entry. During the summer, this unique phenomenon can be visited daily as many agencies organize trips to the Blue Cave, and to Bisevo you can go with the regular ferry boat from Komiza.
Croatia will, very soon, become even closer. In early July, first Croatian low cost airline Dalmatian starts with the flights. This news will make the journey lovers especially happy considering that they will be able to buy tickets at extremely low prices. Flights depart on July 1 and will initially connect Zagreb with as many as 11 European destinations to which they will fly several times a week, and those destinations are: Düsseldorf, Geneva, Hamburg, Larnaca, Milan, Prague, Rome, Sofia, Stuttgart, Warsaw and Zurich. Tickets are on sale from mid-June and can be purchased for 30 euros one way. If you still haven't, book your ticket and choose Croatia as a destination for summer vacation. This is an excellent opportunity to explore the Croatian capital, which is only a few hours drive from Istria and Dalmatia.