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Weather Belek

Last updated:

27 Nov

Local Time: 06:14 EET UK Time: 04:14 GMT
NNE 1mph
  • Sunrise 06:10
  • Sunset 16:01
  • Moonrise 09:27
  • Moonset 20:08
Temp feels like: 41°F (5°C)
Length of Day: 9h 35m
Humidity: 100 %
Dew Point: 41°F (5°C)
Pressure: 29.92 " (1013 hpa)
Visiblity: 3 miles (4 km)

Average for November: 61°F (16°C)

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  • Flag of TurkeyKaziktepe 41°F (5°C) 21 miles 33 km
  • Flag of TurkeyKirte 41°F (5°C) 21 miles 34 km
  • Flag of TurkeyGori 41°F (5°C) 26 miles 42 km
  • Flag of TurkeyKala 41°F (5°C) 31 miles 49 km
  • Flag of TurkeyZemayik 41°F (5°C) 45 miles 72 km
  • Flag of TurkeyUzumlu 41°F (5°C) 48 miles 78 km
  • Flag of TurkeyKumluk 45°F (7°C) 52 miles 84 km
  • Flag of TurkeyTahk 45°F (7°C) 72 miles 116 km
  • Flag of TurkeyRaman 45°F (7°C) 74 miles 119 km
  • Flag of TurkeyAltinkum 43°F (6°C) 75 miles 121 km
  • Flag of TurkeySintil 39°F (4°C) 76 miles 123 km
  • Flag of TurkeyMarkik 37°F (3°C) 77 miles 124 km
  • Flag of TurkeyKamsinon 45°F (7°C) 77 miles 125 km
  • Flag of TurkeyTof 37°F (3°C) 79 miles 126 km
  • Flag of TurkeyKumaro 45°F (7°C) 84 miles 135 km
  • Flag of TurkeyColakli 41°F (5°C) 89 miles 143 km
  • Flag of TurkeyGuneli 45°F (7°C) 91 miles 146 km
  • Flag of TurkeyKandalin 45°F (7°C) 92 miles 148 km
  • Flag of TurkeyFuruncu 37°F (3°C) 96 miles 154 km
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Weather Overview for Belek

Belek enjoys an excellent southern Mediterranean climate with long hot dry summers and over 300 days of sunshinea year. Winters are mild, but see the majority of the yearly rainfall.

Belek is a popular beach resort situated on Turkey’s southern Mediterranean coast. It is a modern resort, overlooked by the towering Toros Mountains. The region has some of the best beaches and cleanest waters in the Med and is often referred to as the Turkish Riviera. It is becoming a popular golf holiday destination and boasts some excellent modern facilities. Nearby is the larger and better known town of Antalya, which affords a stunning cliff top location and is well worth a visit.


Summers in this part of the world are long and hot with sunshine in abundance. By May daily highs are frequently in the mid 20s and above. The temperature steadily rises reaching an average of 28°C in July and August with highs of 34°C and lows of 22°C. Daily highs remain above 30°C in September and are still above 25°C in October.

Mid-summer really is very hot with the mercury often rising into the 40s. The highest temperature recorded is nearly 45°C. Thankfully, Belek’s coastal location means that it often benefits from cooling sea breezes. Believe me these are very welcome on the hottest days!

Rainfall in summer is very low and the arid countryside is proof of this. The period between June and September sees just 30mm in total on average – that is less than 3% of the annual rainfall.


December to February sees average temperatures between 11°C and 12°C with highs in the mid teens and lows down to about 6°C at night. So while the nights and early mornings can feel a little chilly, it is still very pleasant in the day, especially when the sun is out.

Theses three months are, however, most certainly the wettest of the year; more than 200mm can fall in a month. Around half the days each month feature some rainfall and heavy downpours occur when Mediterranean storms blow in.

When the sun is out, winter days are very pleasant; the temperatures don’t get as low on the coast as they do inland. If you do find yourself in Belek at this time and are hankering for some proper winter weather, the Toros Mountains are nearby and with some fairly good ski resorts.

Spring and Autumn

These two seasons see rapid changes. The arid countryside left after summer quickly regains life as the first rains arrive in October. On the other side of winter, the rainfall quickly decreases from March and gets down to less than 30mm in the month of May.

Temperatures remain good throughout autumn, with November still enjoying daily highs in the 20s, and lows don’t drop into single figures until December. In spring April sees the thermometer climbing into the 20s for the first time in the year and May really heralds the start of the long summer.

These two seasons really are a good time to visit, particularly late in spring and early in autumn. The crowds are thinner and the weather generally very good.

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