Winters in Croatia are quite mild with temperatures usually above zero. The centre of the country has lower temperatures and often experiences snowfall, while on the seaside snow is extremely rare, but isn’t impossible. The warm winds from the sea make the winters along the coastline warmer and more humid, with more rainfall.
December is one of the wettest months of the year in the country, while January and February are the coldest ones. Croatia even has a skiing season in the Dinaric mountains. During the Christmas holiday season, the resorts become a little more crowded, but, generally, they are empty. Since winter is a low tourist season, the prices drop significantly.