Burin is a night thermal wind, blowing from the land to the sea. It is caused by the thermal difference between the land, which after the sunset cools faster than the sea. Because of this, it blows only close to the shore, farther away it weakens and eventually disappears. It blows after the sunset and until the sunrise from the direction north-northeast to east-northeast. Burin is a typical wind for the whole Adriatic coast, with varied strength, which does not exceed 6 meters per second. It is most pronounced in the summer, when the weather situation is stable with no effects from the passing fronts. Burin is different from the strong and cold Burja wind, it is actually very pleasant and refreshing wind.