Early summer sunshine
Renowned for its natural beauty, crystal clear water, fantastic food and wines and an abundance of historic sites, there’s plenty to love about Croatia and it's great to be back here.
You’ll find the newly refurbished Alana Beachclub in a beautiful spot on a private beach at the foot of the towering peaks of the Paklenica National Park. Covering 95 sq km, the park offers plenty of opportunity for walking, trekking and rock climbing alongside beautiful shaded paths and rushing streams. While the surrounding countryside has some lovely, untouched mountain bike trails.
The shimmering crystal clear water of the Adriatic is the perfect playground for water sports with windsurfing, dinghy sailing, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, water skiing and wakeboarding all included on holidays to Alana Beachclub.
The coastline of Croatia has a lovely, sunny climate throughout the summer months. You should expect to see the sunshine for around 10-12 hours per day with temperatures in the mid to high 20s, reaching into the 30s in July and August. May and September bring more manageable temperatures - though the sea will be a little cooler.
June, July and August tend to offer the most predictable conditions. The breeze at the Alana Beachclub typically picks up after lunch, when beginners and intermediate sailors can take advantage of the cross on-shore winds (with a typical force of 3-4) most days.
You’re never far from the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic, and diving in is the perfect way to cool off, while in the mountains of the Paklenica National Park, there are streams and natural plunge pools for a refreshing dip.