The fact that it is one of the sunniest parts of Europe is considered one of many favorable features of the island of Krk. According to the calculation, the average number of sunny hours per year is 2500.
Besides by the large number of sunny hours, the island of Krk is characterized by a mild Mediterranean climate. Whatever is true of the island of Krk is also true of the Dobrinj region. It can thus be concluded that the average summer season is usually extended here. The average air temperature in the summer is 23 degrees Celsius, whereas the average sea temperature ranges from 23 to 25 degrees Celsius. Snow falls very rarely in this region (if we exclude the winter of 1928, 1985 and 2012) and rain falls traditionally in April, part of June and August. During the summer, you will enjoy the cooling effects of the summer breeze called maestral and the sirocco wind. On the other hand, bora (the widely known island bora or locally bodulska bura) will chill the air. If you wish to truly experience the strength and force of the bora wind, you will have to wait until winter, more precisely until February and March. However, besides its strength and a few traffic problems may cause here and there, the island bora will also present its “artistic” side, i.e. role: the clear and pure landscape after the bora wind stops blowing is a picture words could never fully describe. Come and share the experience!
Private Accommodation Catalogue
If you are looking for private accommodation in Šilo, the Soline Bay (Klimno, Čižići, Soline) or the Dobrinj hinterland, check out our catalogue.
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An overview of the sights and attractions found in Dobrinjsko. A brief description including photos and GPS coordinates.