Weather Averages for Kos in November
Averages for Kos in November
Things finally cool off a little in November. The average temperature is 60°F (15.6°C).
The average low temperature is 55°F (12.8°C) during the night time. Any of the hotels that offer outdoor movies and other entertainment would recommend that you bring a blanket or jacket to keep the chill away.
However, the daytime temperature is at an average of about 64°F (17.8°C), so it is still a fine time to take advantage of walking or biking tours. Also, some will still be out and about on the beaches, soaking up the last rays of the season.
The average sea temperature is 66°F (19°C). While probably not a comfortable temperature for everyone, some will still brave the waters at this temperature. Scuba divers don’t seem to mind it at all.
Rainfall is significantly higher in the month of November, and it will continue to be rainier during these “winter” months until about May when it drops off almost entirely. There is an average of 3.66” (93 mm) of precipitation. There is an average of 9 days of precipitation.
There is an average of 4.8 hours of sunlight daily.
One club in the area makes quite a statement with just its name: Disco Playboy. This club first came into existence in the 1970’s, and it was frequented by big-name European football players, which drew in many tourists and locals alike. It is still a very popular part of the Kos nightlife today.
Situated between the resorts of Tigaki and Marmari, Aslanis Village is the place to stay, according to previous guests. These are both laid-back areas, but for a look at all the action of the island, tourists can take a ten-minute bus ride to Kos Town for almost nothing.
The resort itself can keep guests busy with a swimming pool, a children’s swimming pool, table tennis, beach volleyball, a playground, and bicycle rental services. Cycling around the area is the best way to take in the beauty of the area.
The nearest beach is about five minutes away if walking, and there are several that are close by if taking a taxi. Fares are very cheap. In addition, there is a water park nearby for thrill seekers of all ages.
The Hotel Princess in Kos is another great choice. The architecture of the building is the first thing guests will notice. The blue and white walls mirror the sand and sea in a lovely way, all framed by gardens full of tropical trees and flowers.
The two pools have a self-service bar, which many guests adore. No matter what time of year, guests do not complain about a shortage of sun loungers around either one of the pools.
The beach is lovely as well. There are always waves for playing in, and the views are amazing. Sunbathers can actually see Turkey from this vantage point.Although the entertainment begins too late for some guests’ taste, those who have attended it say that the impromptu discos, the comedy routines and the other various entertainment acts are well worth staying up for.