sea temperature is only 17°C (about 63°F) so it is extremely
unlikely that you would want to go near the sea.
November is also the rainiest month of the year in Dubrovnik, with an average rainfall of 198mm over 16 days. Therefore,
you should bring jackets and waterproof clothes on your trip if
you are planning on visiting in November.
Don't feel downhearted by not being able to stretch out on a beach in
the sun for days on end! Dubrovnik
is a beautiful city and there is still plenty to see, such as the Rector's
Palace, which dates from the early middle ages, the Church of Saint
Blaise, dedicated to the patron Saint of Dubrovnik, and Orlando's Column, the
symbol of the city's freedom.
There are also still plenty of cultural events happening in November and
all of the museums and art galleries are still open for you to
After visiting all these sites, what better way to end your day than by sipping
a big mug of hot chocolate in a warm cafe - of which there are