Weather Averages for Kos in August
Averages for Kos in August
Temperatures soar during July and August, making these two months an excellent time to visit Kos, Greece for those who love the beach.
With extremely low humidity, chances are that not one day of their vacation will be spoiled by rain. In addition, the sun shines brightly and temperatures are high, yet sunbathers will not feel the burn since the sea breeze keeps things cool and comfortable even during the heat of the day.
The average temperature for the month of August is 79°F (26.1°C).
The average low nightly temperature is 71°F (21.7°C), but the daytime average high temperature is very warm at 85°F (29.4°C).
The average sea temperature is 75°F (24°C). All kinds of water sports are popular on the island at this time of year, including scuba diving, surfing and swimming. The waves can get very big on some days, while the sea is relatively calm on other days.
There is an average of 0.11” (3 mm) of precipitation. There is an average of 0 days of precipitation.
There is an average of 11.5 hours of sunlight.
Mastihari Wine Festival starts in the first week of August, Kos.
Lovers of food and drink will consider themselves lucky to be visiting Kos, Greece in August since the Mastihari Wine Festival takes place during the first week.
In addition, the Kefalos Fish Festival and the Antimachia Honey Festival follow closely behind. These food festivals are added bonuses considering all the authentic Greek restaurants, taverns and cafés that are open all year round.
The nightlife of Kos is unique in that the many bars and clubs in the area cater to different European nationalities so that everyone who visits can still have a little taste of home.
Kos by night.
Harley’s Bar is one that is located in Kardamena. It has a wide variety of specialty drinks, and the music selection is a favourite among younger tourists. In the evening and early night time, the place has a bar atmosphere, often showing sporting events on large televisions. Late nights, however, see this place turn into an exciting dance club.
As far as self-catering apartments go, Marianna Studios is an excellent choice. The kitchen is equipped for basic cooking with a small stove and refrigerator. The reception area has a small but surprisingly well-stocked library which mainly consists of books people have left behind; therefore, you can be assured that there will be a perfect beach read somewhere in there!
The hotel’s bar just in front of the entrance makes a wonderful first impression, since it has been recently updated. Rooms at the back of the hotel get lots of sun and they are closer to the pool. If these issues are important, confirm upon booking. If not, know that all of the rooms are clean, well-furnished and quiet.
Tourists love the location whether they plan on walking the ten minutes to the beach or taking the bus there or to the city for some shopping or exploring.
Olga's Paradise Apartments is another clean, basic accommodation for those who don’t plan on spending all day cooped up in a hotel room while on vacation. It is located very close to the city, but the beautiful pool will still remind guests that they are visiting a beach resort, after all.
August events in Kos
1st August 2015 to 8th August 2015
Annually, during the first week of August, Mastichari village holds a wine festival. Taste the variety of wines Kos has to offer. Locals greet visitors with free wine and nibbles.
1st August 2015 to 8th August 2015
Typically held during the first week of August, Kefalos hosts the annual fish festival for tourists and locals alike.
24th August 2015
Tourists can taste honey-made local delicacies at this festival. This is held in the gorgeous village of Antimachia and this festival is known as Giorti Tou Meliou , Much singing , dancing and tasting of sweets which are all Honey based
Feast day of Agios Ioannis, Imerovigli
29th August 2015
Enjoy locally prepared food including broad bean puree, fried codfish, and the well-known tomatokeftedes which are tomato meatballs. This feast also includes melodies, dancing, and delicious Santorini wine.