Weather Averages for Rhodes in July
Averages for Rhodes in July
July is one of the peak periods for tourism
People from all over the world come to experience the incredible
sunshine and beautiful beaches of Rhodes.
Rhodes is jam packed with
tourists during this period.
You also have a wide selection of historical tours and walking holidays to choose from. This month is one of the best to enjoy sunbathing, however you will need sunscreen as the temperatures quite frequently go over 30°C.
The average day time temperature is around a scorching 27°C, reaching startling highs of around 31°C, with the average minimum temperature dropping to around 20°C.
Pack light summer clothes and beachwear, you won't need anything else!
July also means longer, summery days, with an astounding average of 13 hours of sunshine per day.
July provides the perfect sunbathing weather with the long sunny days, so make sure you have a decent sun cream to protect you from the sun's strong rays.
Be aware of the excessive amount of heat that can be experienced in July though.
The average temperature of the sea during this month is a very warm 23°C, so it is it is a great time to enjoy going for a swim, especialy after a day of lying on the beach.
The chance of wet weather in July is practically non-existent with an average rainfall of 0.1 mm over 1 day expected throughout the month.
You won't need to pack your waterproofs for this month!
Humidity at this time of year stays at 64%, so you will experience a much drier heat.
July weather in Rhodes is hot and beautiful, perfect for a beach holiday!
If lying out on the beach isn't your cup of tea, though, there are a number of other things to do.
The best way to explore the island and the beaches is to rent a car and cruise
around the island; however Rhodes has an excellent bus service as well.
The feast of Agia Marina (St Marina), is celebrated in many rural parts of Greece. All the locals take part in the celebration and attend church for special prayers.
The Picturesque village of Kattavia celebrates two back to back festivals in the month of July: Saint Paraskevi on July 26th and Saint Panteleimonas on July 27th. The celebration for both the festivities start on the night before and ends in the evening of the next day. During this festival you can enjoy loads of food cooked in local and traditional style.