Averages for Kusadasi in September

What's the Weather like in Kusadassi in September 

September is the month where warm peak temperatures of the summer start to cool with an average temperature of 23 C (73 F) and rainfall and cloud coverage begin to rise. The warmer part of the year ends in mid September ushering in neutral months until the start of the cold season.

On September 1st the highs and lows are on average around 32 C (89.6 F) and 19 C (66 F) with highs going as high as 35 C (95 F) ...

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  • Temperature Temperature 23°C 73°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 27°C 81°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 18°C 64°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 10 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 18 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 5 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 24°C 75°F

What's the Weather like in Kusadassi in September 

September is the month where warm peak temperatures of the summer start to cool with an average temperature of 23 C (73 F) and rainfall and cloud coverage begin to rise. The warmer part of the year ends in mid September ushering in neutral months until the start of the cold season.

On September 1st the highs and lows are on average around 32 C (89.6 F) and 19 C (66 F) with highs going as high as 35 C (95 F) and lows going as low as 16 C (61 F). The probability of rainfall around September 1st is 9% and rises to 11% by the 11th.

During mid September the highs and lows continue to fall coming in at around 30 C (86 F) and 17 C (62.6 F) on the 11th and falling even more to 29 C (84 F) and 16 C (61 F) on the 21st. This fall in temperature causes the average sea temperature to drop slightly from August to 24 C (75 F). Rainfall has its steepest climb of the month from 11% on the 11th to 15 % on the 21st.

As the month comes to an end the highs and lows complete September's decline at 27 C (80.6 F) and 15 C (59 F) on the 30th with highs as high as 32 C (89.6 F) and lows as low as 13 C (55.4 F). Rainfall completes its September climb at around an average of 18% on the 30th.

The average amount of rainfall in September is 18 mm divided into 5 days which still makes for pretty dry conditions and occasional rain but is a significant raise from the summer months. Thunderstorms are the most likely to occur with a 50% chance, then light rain with a 32% chance, and finally moderate rain with a 17% chance.

Cloud coverage climbs throughout the month of September starting at 5% (mostly clear) on the 1st and ending at 16% (mostly clear) on the 30th. This in turn causes the average daily hours of sunshine to fall 2 hours from August to 11 hours daily in September.

Kusadasi Hotels in September 

Located near Ladies Beach Club Lion Hotel is a great option. The choice of accommodation includes 60 rooms of twin and family sizes – all comfortably furnished and equipped with air conditioning, a telephone, TV, and balcony. There are pools for adults and children including an activity pool complete with fun water slides the whole family can enjoy. Other forms of entertainment include a spa, games room with air hockey and pool table, plus weekly live shows.

Omer Holiday Resort is located 4 km from the Kusadasi city centre and is dotted with pine and palm trees, which line the resort's pretty outdoor areas all the way down to the beachfront. Rooms have been fully renovated recently and the swimming pool and aqua park are ideal for the whole family. There's also tennis courts, mini-football, basketball, volleyball, mini golf, and table tennis, along with decent dining options such as an open buffet restaurant which serves international cuisine and a pool and beach bar.

Sealight Resort and Hotel is a beautiful resort situated on Kusadasi's coast with stunning views of the Aegean Sea. With over 400 rooms and 7 different sizes all equipped with coffee and tea making facilities, mini bar, satellite TV, music broadcast, telephone, air conditioning, safety deposit box, and a balcony you can be sure to find something to suit all tastes. Tuck into tasty international cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the main restaurant and enjoy a drink or two at any of the hotel's six café bar and lounges. Various forms of entertainment include sports and game room and live theatre shows.

Kusadasi Beach for September 

Located in the Kusadasi city centre Downtown Beach is usually very busy as it is close to many resorts, restaurants, and bars. This is a great place to watch the lively buzz of Kusadasi unfold while sun bathing with the pretty marina in sight. You will find plenty of sun beds, shade, a café and several different accommodations just off the main boulevard.

Yilanci Burnu is a small headland just off the Kusadasi coast and is thought to be the site of an ancient Ionian settlement Neo Polis. Today many flock to this pretty secluded spot for the pleasant scenery, attractive beach and sense of history. As the beach is quite far from the city centre and modest in size, it's not usually very crowded, so it's a good option for those who are seeking a bit of peace and quiet.

Bars and Restaurants 

SomeWhereElse Restaurant located on Ladies Beach about 5 minutes from the Kusadasi city centre is a popular food tavern and a great place to enjoy billiards, darts, and watch Sky Sports as well as decent food. Expect hearty fare such as gourmet burgers, pasta and steak.

Head into Kusadasi's city centre for great cuisine and lively entertainment at Anatolia Restaurant. This restaurant offers pick up and drop off services to and from your hotel and a fun karaoke bar as well as fresh, tasty food at reasonable prices.  

Things to do in Kusadasi in September 

Relax and unwind by taking a Turkish bath at the Ada Saray Hamami. This building looks as though like a palace with a glorious hallway complete with statues and a stone tile pathway leading to the front door. The Turkish bath itself is also a traditional affair, you'll head to a warm room to help you breathe more freely, before heading to a hotter room to help your muscles completely relax. Next comes a full body massage – bliss.

For an authentic Turkish culinary experience head to the small village of Kirazli and sign up for the Village Cooking Class. This class will teach you how to rustle up authentic Turkish dishes with simple recipes and fresh ingredients. The best bit is, once you're done you can tuck into your tasty fare while soaking up the friendly local village atmosphere, complete with folk songs and stories.

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