Sarigerme: Live Weather Reports
Live weather in Sarigerme
The latest and today's weather in Sarigerme, Turkey updated regularly
- Sunrise 07:05
- Sunset 18:38
- Moonrise 02:50
- Moonset 16:18
|Temp feels like:||20°C (68°F)|
|Length of Day:||9h 41m|
|Dew Point:||14°C (57°F)|
|Pressure:||29.89" (1012 hpa)|
Latest Sarigerme Holiday Reviews
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We could not fault the weather first week was ith the high 30's and the second week gor upto 46 not a cloud in the sky c...
Historic Temperatures for 8th October in Sarigerme
|Average High||25°C (77°F)|
|Record High||30°C (86°F) (1998)|
|Average Low||14°C (57°F)|
|Record Low||6°C (43°F) (2013)|
Weather Overview for Sarigerme
Weather Overview for Sarigerme
Around about where the Aegean Sea meets the Mediterranean Sea you will find the beautiful coastal resort town of Sarigerme, in the south west of Turkey. Sarigerme is home to a desirable Mediterranean climate, complete with long hot summers and mild and short winters- this climate is very favourable for turtles as the waters outside the town are the home to many different species of saltwater turtles!
Sarigerme beach, Turkey. Photo by .Martin.
The town is a beach side haven- so obviously if you want to best utilise this you should probably plan your trip in the summer months, though be warmed that the summer highs can reach in excess of 40 ºC and the daily lows in June and July only fall to about 24 ºC or 25 ºC. This may be of concern if you weren’t sea side- though fortunately you’ve got the Mediterranean Sea at your disposal so you are never far away from an idyllic refresher! In the evenings the town is washed over by the prevailing sea breezes, which result in a fresh, clean feel in the air and a perfect atmosphere for kicking back on the seaside promenades and enjoying some local cuisine.
In the height of summer you will bask in 13 hours of daylight per day, peaking at 14 hours in July! Most days have clear skies and uninterrupted sunlight as well as scarce rainfall- perfect summer holiday conditions. The waters see temperatures of 23 ºC, to 25 ºC, absorbing the summers heat and creating perfect swimming conditions.
View over the coast of neighbouring Marmaris.
Winters in the region see the coastal towns becoming quiet and a stark contrast from the hub of activity in the summer months. The winter months are mild however, with December seeing daily highs of 16 ºC and only falling to a night-time low of 7 ºC. Typical of a Mediterranean climate, winter is when the region sees its heaviest rainfall, lasts through until about mid spring before clearing up and preparing again for summer.
The beach itself is a beautiful, long, white sandy beach with safe waters to swim in and plenty of activity from the beach side cafes and bars. One thing to remember when visiting is be sure to pack some mosquito repellent as in the summer months in particular they can become quite the nuisance, so come prepared if you don’t want to ruin your summer bod with red bites!