When people imagine streets of Dubrovnik, they usually have sunny weather in mind. And in many cases, this is true. The Mediterranean climate is very generous to people who like to spend their free time in the outdoors. But here and there, winds of Dalmatia anger the surface of Adriatic, leading to strong waves.
That doesn’t mean you can’t be outside, however. At the contrary, this kind of weather actually chills the hot air and makes life easier both to locals and foreign visitors. And the waves can provide additional refreshment to those who approach the city docks, as you can see on the photo above. Once they clash with the solid ground, the waves literally explode in thousand little drops of salt water that cool down everything they touch. For younger generations, it is a kind of attraction really.
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Photo: Tonci Plazibat / CROPIX