As we’ve said before Turkey is a very large country in European terms and is split into 7 different regions- Marmara, Blacksea Coast, Eastern Anatolian, Southeastern Anatolia, Central Anatolia, Mediterranean and Aegean. Obviously each region has a vastly different climate which is primarily affected by its proximity to mountain ranges and different sea influences. On the whole though, the area around Kisla and Kalkan along the Turquoise coast enjoys a typically Mediterranean climate with beautifully hot dry summers and mild, sometimes wet winters. Many people say there is something of a unique micro-climate in the bay allowing temperatures to stay higher for longer. The reliability of the great weather is one of the key reasons for the popularity of the area.
Anyway based on official figures, July and August are the hottest months with an average temperature of 25°C (77°F), though often higher, with the most daily sunshine hours at 14 in July. The best month to swim in the sea is in August when the average sea temperature is a bath-like 27°C (81°F). Phew! Really there are ony two distinct seasons; summer and winter. And winters here, though cooler, are nothing like winters back in the UK. Average temperatures in November and December range from 10-14˚C and often higher (right now, as we publish this in late December 2105, the temperatures in the sun are nudging 30ºC incredibly) and it’s about the same in March and April. So visitors looking for a late break or spring get-away can still enjoy themselves at Villa Kingfisher especially as we can arrange supplementary heating indoors and in the pool itself, making it usable all year round. And prices are more affordable of course!
Anyway we thought it would be helpful to link to the weather.com site so you can check actual temps etc on a daily basis and see the forecast for the 5-10 day period ahead.
Enjoy that lovely sunshine…