20 JunLocal Time: 12:12 EEST UK Time: 10:12 BST
- Sunrise 05:46
- Sunset 20:26
- Moonrise 17:09
- Moonset 02:54
|Temp feels like:||33°c (91°f)|
|Length of Day:||9h 41m|
|Dew Point:||20 °c (68°f)|
|Pressure:||29.77 " (1008 hpa)|
Average for June: 24°c (76°f)
Weather Overview for Dalyan
Dalyan, in the south-west
Summer in Dalyan reaches an
average of a baking 34°C in July and
August, and is not much cooler at 31°C in June and September. Water is never
far away, be it the river a lake or the sea, but with temperatures sometimes
reaching much higher in the stifling 30s, it can sometimes become unbearable.
From June till October the sea does not cool much below 20°C, seeing an average
of around 25°C in peak months. If you’re addicted to the heat you could even
slip into the 40°C Sultaniye thermal baths, southwest of
Weather-wise Dalyan’s autumn, winter and spring are not very distinct from each other, making a wet season from November till March. Daytime temperatures drop from around a warm 19°C in November to a very cool 13°C in January, rising back up to 17°C by November. However, temperatures are quite erratic and it can become quite cool. At night temperatures can get down to freezing and frosts do occur. January’s lows average at 4°C. Rain is quite likely throughout this period with December and January being the wettest months. The rain usually falls in short, heavy bursts, not lasting more than a few hours. This period also sees reduced hours of sunshine but six or seven hours of sunshine a day are not to be laughed at by the sun-starved dwellers of more northerly latitudes. The sea remains quite warm into December when it averages at around 18°C.
Dalyan’s long hot summers, wet winters and abundance of large bodies of water have made it a fertile area with a highly successful agricultural business. Mugla’s diverse geography and ideal climate make it an area of rich biodiversity. A variety of relatively unspoilt natural habitats are home to multiple species of animal; most famous of all are the loggerhead turtles to be found on Dalyan’s Turtle beach. Mugla’s brackish wetlands, waterways through reed beds, canyons, beaches and secluded bays make up an incredible landscape and a haven for beach bums as well as outdoor-types into wild sports such as hang-gliding, climbing and rafting – all on Dalyan’s doorstep.
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