Weather Averages for Kalkan in February
Averages for Kalkan in February
Boasting a whopping 300 days of sunshine each year, the small Turkish town of Kalkan is extremely popular with those looking for a quiet and sunny holiday. Kalkan is especially popular with British tourists due to the short flight times and glorious weather.
Temperatures in February in
Kalkan are very similar to in January, ranging from 5 to 15 degrees celsius. As
with all winter months here, a jacket is advised for the evenings, and even
possibly during the daytime.
Rainfall drops significantly in
February from the previous months, but with 131mm expected during the month,
it’s still likely to be a bit wet. Make sure to plan some indoor activities, or
take a good raincoat.
Visitors who have arrived in Kalkan to see some of Turkey’s historical sites will not be disappointed with a trip to the Myra ruins just outside of Demre. Just an hours drive east from Kalkan town centre and travellers can be in the heart of ancient Myra; one of the most important cities in Lycia. The ruins of Lycia’s largest amphitheatre can be seen here, but the real draw is the amazing cliff face from which hundreds of tombs have been carved.
Head back to the present day with
an evening at the Sandal Restaurant & Bar
back in Kalkan. There’s a huge choice of dishes, ranging from the very English
steak and chips to traditional Turkish meze platters. There’s also a massive
wine and cocktail list. It’s a popular place, so be sure to make reservations
Stay at the adorably named Papermoon Hotel for as little as £22 per night. The hotel pride themselves on their luxurious accommodations and Turkish hospitality. All rooms have private balconies and there’s apartments available for families and larger parties. There’s 2 swimming pools onsite as well as a Cypriot-inspired restaurant.