Weather Averages for Kalkan in September
Averages for Kalkan in September
Turkey’s Mediterranean coast is
home to the old fishing town of Kalkan. Although it’s a very small and quiet
area of Turkey, its location close to some of the country’s most important
historical sites makes it an ideal base for exploring the area.
Temperatures start to drop in
September, but not by much, and are not too much different from the previous
months, with highs of around 30 degrees and lows of 17 degrees celsius. It’s
still very much t-shirt and shorts weather in Kalkan in September.
Rainfall increases, but it’s still a very low 11mm during the entire month, so outdoor activities remain popular in Kalkan during September.
As the weather is still great in
September, make the most of the local watersports on offer. The Dolphin
Team offer beginner and expert dives to a
number of different divessites around the Kalkan coastline from just £44. Some
of the most popular dive sites on offer here are ‘wreck reef’ containing
shipwrecks from hundreds of years ago and ‘fener wall’; a natural, underwater
Warm up at the Kaptan
restaurant in the evenings. Choose between the sophisticated wine and tapas
bar, or the down-to-earth, comforting BBQ restaurant. The wine and tapas
section prides itself as being one of the most elegant eateries in Kalkan,
serving up light bites and sangrias, whereas the BBQ restaurant offers
succulent ribs and juicy burgers to extra hungry visitors.
Rooms at the Villa Hotel Kuluhana cost just £47 per night. Choose between a hotel-style room with private balcony, or an apartment with kitchenette. There’s a restaurant onsite and the hotel can arrange many activities in and around Kalkan including jeep safaris, banana boat rides and jet skiing.