Porec Weather August Averages, Croatia
August may be the final month of summer in Porec, Croatia, but that doesn't mean it's cooling down.
In fact, the average high and low temperatures match those of July.
The average sea temperature increases slightly to hit the annual peak of 26°C (78.8°F), making it even more perfect for swimming or diving.
The average rainfall for August is the highest at this point of the year, though, averaging 87mm over 11 days, so the good news is it's more rain but over a shorter period than May, June and July.
There's still plenty of sunshine too, with an average of 12 hours a day, of which about 60% hits the ground.
If you're looking for things to do in Porec while escaping the heat, one possibility is a visit to the Porec Istrian Assembly Hall, ideal for culture vultures and history buffs.
First opening its doors as a Gothic Franciscan church in 1277, it underwent a restyling in the Baroque style in 1751. The church shared a site with a Franciscan monastery, although this was demolished at a later date and deconsecrated in 1844.
In all the renovation, the ground floor became a wine cellar while the first floor was turned into the Istrian Parliament seating area from 1961 to 1918.
Today, the Assembly Hall is actively used for meetings, cultural events and concerts.
When the sun sets, it's time to take advantage of Porec's famous nightlife. Many of the main clubs are only open in the summer season, so now's the time to go.
Byblos is one of the main clubs in Porec and hosts some of the top DJs from across the world. For a true clubbing experience, it's not to be missed.
Club Plava is another popular option and is one of the oldest club's in the area.
For flexibility with you accommodation, you may want to go for self catering and the Apartments Pical are a great budget choice that will be easy on the wallet.