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Beach Goers Enjoy “Indian Summer” in Croatia

 

Although the calendar officially says that autumn has arrived in Croatia, the beaches suggest otherwise as sun bathers and swimmers enjoy in the late summer-like temperatures up and down the country.

The “Indian Summer” in Croatia continues with temperatures reaching close to 30 degrees celsius on Sunday on the Adriatic coast.

According to the state meteorological office, temperatures this week in Croatia should be above average for this time of the year with temperatures ranging from 23-28 degrees on the Adriatic coast.

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