Weather Averages for Kalkan in April
Averages for Kalkan in April
The small Turkish town of Kalkan has a lot to offer visitors; from crystal clear waters on the Mediterranean coast to white sandy beaches, to ruins from some of the most important ancient cities in the world - Kalkan really has it all.
Visitors to Kalkan during April
will regularly see temperatures break the 20 degree mark, with highs reaching
up to 21 degrees and lows of 10 degrees celsius expected. This increase in
temperatures marks the very start of the tourist season, although it’s not
until May that the beaches start to become populated.
Rainfall lowers once more, with just 33mm expected. This is unlikely to cause any problems for visitors and many days will be sunny and dry, so it’s a great time to get out and about in Kalkan.
April is an ideal time to visit Saklikent Gorge, the second largest gorge in Europe at over 12 miles long. Located close to Fethiye, about 1.5 hours north of Kalkan, April is the start of the gorge’s walking season as the snow from the Taurus Mountains has usually disappeared by this time. Go for a swim, take a picnic, have a walk or simply spend time watching the gushing waters below from a wooden platform.
Don’t worry about everywhere
being shut when you get back to Kalkan in the evening as Cafe Leon
is open until the early hours, serving up wines, beers and spirits. There’s
free wifi here so guests can drop family back home an email or two.
The Kulube Hotel is one of the most luxurious is Kalkan. There’s 2 swimming pools onsite (one freshwater, one saltwater) and a couple of poolside bars, too. Use of the hotel’s sauna is free of charge, and there’s also a complimentary shuttle service to the town centre each day. For travellers who are enjoying a romantic getaway without the kids, this hotel is perfect as under 16s are not permitted. Rooms cost from £58 and all have sea views.