Mediterranean and continental, continental climate predominant with hot summers and cold winters, mild winters, dry summers along coast
Work Study Visa
All EU nationals do not require a visa to enter Croatia. They are able to stay in Croatia for up to 90 days without a visa. Non-EU citizens should check with the embassy in their home country to see if they are exempt from needing a visa or if they are required to have one before entering the country.
Those intending to stay for a longer period will require a temporary residence permit, which must be applied for via the Embassy of the Republic of Croatia .
The maximum duration of a first temporary residence permit is one year. It can be extended, on condition that the applicant's passport remains valid for at least three months after the expiry of the extended temporary residence permit. Extensions must be applied for via the nearest police station to your residence in Croatia.
In order to work in Croatia you will be required to have an employment visa along with a work permit.