Bodrum: December Weather AveragesDaily averages for December
|Sunshine Hours||2 hrs|
|Chance of Sunny Day||22 %|
|Rainfall days||10 days|
|Chance of Rain||41 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||40 %|
|Chance of Windy Day||9 %|
Daily averages for December
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Averages for Bodrum in December
It’s winter in Bodrum in December just like it is in the rest of the northern hemisphere. However, it will not feel like winter as we know it in the UK. The sun shines for 7 hours a day and temperatures range from 10°C to 16°C, so you might still be able to stroll around during the day in just your shirt sleeves.
The last month of the year is the wettest month in Bodrum. You can expect rain on 13 days out of the month and the total monthly rainfall is 108mm. Be prepared and slip a raincoat into your suitcase.
Dates of the Diary
Late December, Bodrum Jazz Days; The event is haeld by the Hadigari Night Club in Bodrum, it attracts the attention of well know musical talents and new budding musicians. The Hadigari is the oldest night club in Bodrum and has been there since 1974 and has been relocated in the past to a larger venue, from Bodrum Bar Street to a location next to Bodrum castle. It is believed to be the largest night club in Bodrum and plays host to the musical talents of Norah Jones and Teoman for example, along with a number of brilliant musicians.
You could probably spend an entire day wandering around Bodrum Castle. It’s located on a rocky peninsula with the sea lapping around three sides and provides visitors with a great view of the harbour and international marina. The castle was built in the 15th century and you need to pass through a total of seven doors just to reach the inner sanctum.
Bird's eye view of Bodrum, Turkey.
The Doria Hotel is just 10 minutes drive from the centre of Bodrum. You’ll be rewarded with spectacular views from this hilltop location. Enjoy being pampered in the hotel’s Wellness Centre and you’ll return home stress free and ready to take on the challenges of the New Year.
Although Turkey is a Muslim country, plenty of bars and restaurants do celebrate Christmas. If you want to be near the festive action, the Angora Hotel in the centre of town is the place to stay. It’s close to the bars, restaurants and the famous Halikarnas Disco.