Weather Averages for Kemer in February
Averages for Kemer in February
During February, Hindus observe a holiday called Vijaya Ekadasi. During this time, they may fast or go without sleep in order to honour Lord Rama’s original sacrifice in order to cross the ocean and reach Lanka and defeat his enemy Ravana.
Observing this holy day is said to help its followers to be victorious and to cleanse them of the guilt associated with committing sins. One who visits during this month can learn all about the tradition and the story as well as observe a traditional Turkish holiday firsthand.
Many hotels and resorts that are open during this and other winter months offer indoor activities to keep their guests entertained, even on cold days. These activities include indoor swimming pools and spas, just to name a couple.
It is never a bad time for shopping at some of the open-air bazaars, which offer a wide variety of items at extremely reasonable prices.
Tourists may find it pleasantly surprising that they can actually negotiate prices for jewellery, carpets, and leather items (in addition to many other things) in these markets, although prices in shops are generally set and not open for bargaining.
Since the weather is mild, February might be a tourist’s idea of perfect hiking weather. In that case, the 12 trails in the surrounding area will be more than enough, with their varying degrees of difficulty.
The average low temperature for February is 43°F (6°C) and the average high temperature is closer to 59°F (15°C) during the daytime hours.
The average sea temperature is warming only slightly, still hovering at about 59°F (15°C), which many will find too cold for swimming.
There is an average of 3.5” (89 mm) of precipitation on about 10 days out of the month.
There is an average of 7 hours of sunlight, significantly more than January’s 5.