Average Sunshine a Year in Croatia





The tables below give yearly averages how much sun cities get in Croatia.

Each place has three measures of sunshine. The number for % Sun is the usual percentage of daylight hours when the sun shines. Hours gives the total hours of sunshine that's normal during a year.

Days are the typical number of days annually when cloud covered the sun for no more than 20 percent of the time. The annual totals are averages of weather data collected during 1971 to 2000.

You can jump to a separate table for each region of the country: Northern Adriatic covering Istria (Istra) and Kvarner, Southern Adriatic comprising Dalmatia (Dalmacija) and Continental Croatia taking in central and eastern Croatia including Slavonia (Slavonija).

Northern Adriatic (Istria and Kvarner)

Total annual sunshine
% Sun Place Hours Days
48 Gospić 1971 59
61 Mali Lošinj 2555 98
Ogulin 1898 57
42 Parg 1679 43
Pazin 2008 71
55 Rijeka 2190 76
Rovinj 2409 96
49 Zavižan 2081 58

Southern Adriatic (Dalmatia)

Average amount of sunshine yearly
% Sun Place Hours Days
Dubrovnik 2665 127
65 Hvar 2738 124
Knin 2409 93
63 Split-Marjan 2628 108
Zadar 2555 121

Continental Croatia

Annual average sun
% Sun Place Hours Days
Đurđevac 2044 76
48 Križevci 1898 55
45 Osijek 1898 72
Sisak 1898 48
Slavonski Brod 1898 49
51 Varaždin 2008 56
47 Zagreb-Maksimir 1898 49
Reference

Croatia Meteorological and Hydrological Service. Climate Atlas of Croatia.

Croatia Sunshine
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