Weather Averages for Dubrovnik in September
Averages for Dubrovnik in September
September in Dubrovnik is still extremely warm, although it is usually much wetter than July and August.
The highest average daily temperature in September is still a lovely 24°C (about 75°F), and the lowest temperature is only around 13°C (about 56°F).
With the amount average daily sunlight still being about 9 hours, and the average sea temperature at around 23°C (about 73°F) it is still ideal beach weather. Light clothing such as t-shirts, shorts and sandals would be essential - although hats and sunscreen with a high SPF would be essential to avoid sunscreen and sunburn.
Do keep in mind that although the weather is still generally beautiful, the average daily rainfall increases a lot between August and September, to 101mm over 7 days.
There are still plenty of cultural events taking place in Dubrovnik during the month of September, and it seems that there is enough to cater to a vast variety of people.
Rector's Palace, Dubrovnik.
The foremost of these is the Julian Rachlin and Friends Chamber Music Festival, held in the Atrium of the beautiful Rector's Palace.
This festival hosts some of the world's most renowned classical musicians and has been held annually since 2001. It has also been attended by a number of celebrities including Tom Cruise and Kevin Spacey!
For the thrill seekers among you, the city also hosts the Dubrovnik CroChallenge, which is an extreme sports festival! Taking place all across the town all month, the festival will feature abseiling, kayaking, and rock climbing among other things.
Extreme rock climbing in the Dubrovnik CroChallenge, September.
September events in Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik International Wine & Jazz Festival
25th September 2015 to 28th September 2015
The Dubrovnik International Wine and Jazz Festival starts from 25th September and continues until 28th. Musicians from US, Canada and Europe gather and perform in this event. Dubrovnik Sympony Orchestra also perform at this occasion. Painters sell their fine art to the visitors.