Croatia can be divided into three Climatic regions. In the north are the Pannonian Plains, lowlands with a continental climate of cold winters and hot summers. Central Croatia consists of the mountainous Dinara Region, which is covered with large forests and has an alpine climate.

The Adriatic coast enjoys a Mediterranean climate of cool, rainy winters and hot, dry summers. Winter temperatures range from -1 to 30°C in the continental region, -5 to 0°C in the mountain region and 5 to 10°C in the coastal region. Summer temperatures range from 22 to 26°C in the continental region, 15 to 20°C in the mountain region and 26 to 30°C in the coastal region.

Required clothing:
Lightweights with rainwear for summer. Mediumweights for winter with heavier clothing for inland areas.

Koeppen-Geiger classification:
The climate of Croatia is classified as Csa Climate; a warm temperated mediterranean climate with dry, warm summers and moderate, wet winters with the warmest month above 22°C over average. The Climate of the northern and northeastern areas can be classified as Cfa Climate; a warm temperated humid climate with the warmest month lower than 22°C over average and four or more months above 10°C over average.