Averages for Sarigerme in October
The weather in October in Sarigerme is generally fair, with averages of about 19°C 66°F, highs of 24°C 75°F and lows of 13°C 55°F. Average sea temperatures in October are around 23°C (73°F).
The chance that it will rain is low, occurring only in 20% of days on average. Humidity ranges from comfortable (40%) to humid (82%). Winds vary from light air to moderate breeze, a...
The chance that it will rain is low, occurring only in 20% of days on average. Humidity ranges from comfortable (40%) to humid (82%). Winds vary from light air to moderate breeze, and typically blow in from the north or northeast.
The beginning of October is characterised by long, hot days, with a gradual cooling as the month progresses. Around October 1, averages are at about 23°C (73°F), with highs of 28°C (82°F) and lows of 17°C (62°F). Mid-month sees averages at around 20°C (68°F), highs of 25°C (77°F) and lows of 14°C (58°F). By the end of October 31, averages are at 17°C (63°F), with highs of 23°C (73°F) and lows of 13°C (54°F).
Where to Stay
Robinson Club Sarigerme Park is an exceptional all-inclusive resort. The resort features four restaurants with buffet and á la carte options and four bars, which can cater to vegetarians or those with food allergies. The club offers 296 rooms, available as doubles, family rooms, junior suites and suites. All are equipped with bathroom, shower, TV, minibar, refrigerator, wifi, A/C and heat. Located on a hillside, the hotel offers breath-taking views of the bay of Sarigerme. Onsite facilities include two pools, sun terrace, youth facilities, nightly entertainment, water sports and excursions available for booking at reception.
The all-inclusive option One Club Hotel is located just 18 kilometres from the airport. The resort maintains traditional Turkish gardens, comfortable outdoor pool area and leisurely ambiance. Rooms are offered in four categories: cosy standard rooms with French balcony, standard rooms with full balcony, annex rooms on the basement and garden level, and duplex family rooms, with two levels. Each room offers A/C, showers, mini fridge, telephone, satellite TV and safe. There is an open buffet for all main meals and three bars with snacks and soft drinks. The hotel offers a scheduled shuttle all day long to and from the beach, two pools, water activities, and relaxing games like backgammon, table tennis and darts.
Hit the Beach
Sarigerme Beach is part of a National Park Conservation Area, so it tends to be clean and pristine. You do have to pay a small entrance fee to access the shore, but these funds go straight into the maintenance of the park. Its long stretch of sand is dotted with sunbeds and umbrellas. The beach area is also equipped with toilets, showers, picnic area, cafe and a mini-zoo for the kids. Active vacationers will find plenty to do here—with parasailing, kiteboarding, windsurfing and more. Families can also enjoy swimming with dolphins, a popular activity among children.
Eating & Drinking Out
Sarigerme is a one street town, meaning that most of the shops and restaurants can be found on a single road. The Fish House is a trendy seafood joint, popular with those who enjoy good fish fare in a leisure environment. If you’re in town on a Wednesday, be sure to stop by the market for a fresh Turkish pancake for breakfast.
Jokers is a sports bar lined with TVs, serving steak, fish and casseroles with a Turkish twit. It remains one of the more popular spots for tourists celebrating birthdays and other special occasions.
Paradise Restaurant Cafe & Bar is another eatery popular with larger parties. The Turkish mixed girl serves an eclectic mix of Mediterranean cuisine and Indian dishes. A place to relax and unwind, or to celebrate birthdays with cake and sparklers.
Things to Do
The ancient port city of Kaunos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is just thirty minutes’ drive from Sarigerme. Kaunos is a large archaeological complex where you can roam freely around crumbling baths, fountains, and amphitheatre. Dating back to the 10th century b.c.e., Kaunos was a major trading port for centuries and was referred to by Herodotus in his Histories. It was abandoned after an invasion and malaria epidemic as late as the 15th century. Visitors should definitely not miss the six rock tombs on the Dalyan River, elegant temple-like carvings dressed in two Ionian pillars and Greek facades.