Akyaka: Live Weather
Live weather in Akyaka
The latest and today's weather in Akyaka, Turkey updated regularly
- Sunrise 06:24
- Sunset 19:48
|Temp feels like:||64°F (18°C)|
|Length of Day:||13h 24m|
|Pressure:||29.95" (1014 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||10 miles (16 km)|
Latest Akyaka Holiday Reviews
Akyaka - a hidden gem
The weather was sunny and warm with low humidity levels. Evenings remain warm until very late but there is always a cool...
My husband and I went with our 16 year old daughter to Akyaka for the last 2 weeks in June last year and the weather was...
My holiday in Akyaka
I visisted Akyaka in September last year and the weather was perfect everyday - around 30-32 degrees....
Historic Temperatures for 22nd April in Akyaka
|Average High||61°F (16°C)|
|Record High||68°F (20°C) (2007)|
|Average Low||43°F (6°C)|
|Record Low||34°F (1°C) (2005)|
Weather in Akyaka
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Akyaka (sometimes referred to as GÃ¶kova) is situated on the south-eastern coast (GÃ¶kova bay) of Turkey in the Mugla province. Akyaka possesses a relatively hot, dry climate with plenty of sunshine all year round apart from the winter months which experience significant rain and slightly less sun. Due to Akyakaâs low elevation of 200M (656 feet) and mild wind speeds, no notable storms or tidal problems have been recorded and the area is generally dry and humid.
The days averagely contain high temperatures of 22Â°C (71Â°F) and cooler temperatures in the night averaging 10Â°C (50Â°F); for more accurate predictions pertaining to your trip check out a forecast. The conventional clemency during the summer holiday season makes this spot perfect for tourism either on the Akyakaâs pristine beaches or its natural beauties such as the fertile lands of GÃ¶kova and the Azmak stream.
During summer and the peak tourist season (around July to September), the town is dazzled beneath beautiful sunshine and everlasting blue skies.
Be prepared for long, hot days with sunshine peaking at 14 hours a day in mid-summer and an average temperature of 33Â°C (91Â°F), so bring some cool clothes if youâre considering visiting. Even the relaxed, cooler evenings reach about 19Â°C (66Â°F) most nights. There is little or no monthly rainfall in the area with around four days a month that see a small 22mm (0.8 inches) of rainfall each.
The average monthly highs for this period are as follows May 25Â°C, June 30Â°C, July 33Â°C, August 33Â°C, September 30Â°C, and the local beauty spots are perfect for summer activities such as snorkeling, diving or even trying the local fish delicacy. Surfing is also popular in Akyaka region along the local coasts supporting a few surfing schools for proâs, first timers and tourists alike. You can find winds at speeds of around 5-6 mph in summer sweeping in from the northwest.
Akyakaâs winters are still predominantly warm with an average temperature of 12Â°C (53Â°F) from around November to January. These cooler periods offer an interest for mountain exploration and horse riding in the popular local mountain range including the Sakar Pass which is famous for its breathtaking views of the sea and distant landscapes.
The winter period starts in October with typical autumn highs of 18Â°C (64Â°F). The average amount of sunlight is reduced to around 10 hours a day with average daily temperatures of 12Â°C however they can drop fast and reach as low as 3Â°C by night so remember you: itâs not a sun-cream scene all year around!
In addition to lower temperatures, there is also an increase in rainfall to roughly 10 days of rain per month which average 150mm (5.9 inches) of water. Rainfall reaches its highest level in mid winter with around 15 doused days per month and rainfall can measure 245mm (9.6mm inches) in December! No snow is expected yearly, even in the coldest months, although there is some chance of frost.