The climate is Mediterranean with dry summers and mildly winters. Average temperature is above 15°C,average temperature of the warmest months of July is 24°C, maximum daily is 36°C, and the coldest January is 7°C. Number of days with temperatures below 0°C is very low, and high temperatures are around 16 days per year. Average temperature of the coldest month is not lower than -3°C. There are no constant periods of low of high temperature, and also there are no long periods of dry or rain. Insulation is around 2500 hours per year, and in July sun shines between 10 and 12 hours per day..
The sea of the archipelago of Zadar is ideal for bathing, fishing and sailing and all types of excursions. With its warmth, purity and suitable salinity (35-37 ‰ ) the Adriatic sea in the archipelago of Zadar enables even more than that. The Adriatic sea is most important for its climate influence. The influence is multiple but it is most obvious in balancing temperature. During summer the sea is gets less warm than the land, partially because sun rays go deeper in to the sea. That is why the air above sea surface is colder than above land. This is where the refreshing influence of the sea comes from. From the end of august to middle April the sea is less warmer than the air, and in this period it acts as a source of warmth, softening the coldness of winter.