Gumbet Weather July Averages, Turkey

    Gumbet Weather for July 2020

    What's the weather like in Gumbert in July

    If you are visiting any of the resorts on the Turkish south coast during the month of July then you can expect heat, you can expect sun, and you can expect crowds. This is ideal for those who want a traditional, hot, bustling, action packed holiday, and Gumbet certainly ticks those boxes. The vibrant nightlife the resort is famous for picks up in a big way this month, with pubs, bars, and clubs open until the early hours, usually until the sun comes up - and with fantastic daytime weather.


    This is the hottest month of the year, with an average daily temperature of around 29°C, which can hit up to 34°C as an average high, and it does this regularly now summer is in full grasp. The evenings certainly require air conditioning, with an evening low only dipping to a very warm 23°C.

    Sunshine Hours

    There is no let up from sun, and visitors who prefer shade should probably avoid this month, as an average of 14 sunshine hours per day gives little respite from heat or bright sun. If however you're seeking a seriously impressive tan, then this is the month for you.

    Sea Temperature

    The good news is that you can easily cool down in the waters of the beautiful Aegean Sea, sitting at a very pleasant 26°C as an average water temperature, meaning water-sports are very popular at this time. Beaches are busy now, especially the main beach in the resort, so be sure to head there early in the day if your hangover allows!


    Typically, rain is not a problem in the slightest, and you are highly unlikely to see any precipitation at all. This month experiences an average of 10mm throughout its entirety, and that averages out to zero days affected by rainfall great news for sun worshipers who don't want their sunbathing time interrupted, so all you need to concern yourself with is occasionally checking the forecast for the amount of heat you can expect!

    Gumbert Hotels in July

    Now the peak summer months have arrived in Gumbet it's always advisable to book your accommodation well in advance, to avoid disappointment and to grab those cheaper deals too. There are many low cost options on offer, as well as larger hotel resorts, so it's basically down to preference and budget.

    Tosunoglu Apartments are a 5 minute walk away from the town centre and the beach, close to the main nightlife, and set in relaxing gardens. This is a self-catering choice, which means you have total freedom over what you do in terms of eating in or out. Ali Baba Hotel is another budget choice, and this particular hotel has a B&B option available. This is a small and simple hotel, but provides you with a comfortable base, including a swimming pool, terrace, bar, and restaurant.

    If however you want something a little larger, then the Parkim Ayaz Hotel is a great choice. All-inclusive is a great idea for families, as it cuts down on costs when eating out etc, and it is right on the beach, so you don't have too far to go. The huge swimming pool and water slides are ideal for a day soaking up the sun with the kids.

    Gumbert Beaches for July

    The hottest month of the year means you don't want to be travelling too far when it comes to finding that ideal spot on the beach. Gumbet Beach is ideal for not only swimming, sunbathing, and generally chilling out, but there are also many watersports on offer here too, such as water-skiing, scuba diving, jet skiing, parasailing, banana boats, and pedalos, amongst many others.

    The beach is made up of 1km of golden sand in a curved shape, which means plenty of room for everyone during the busier, peak months.

    Bars and Restaurants

    July is right in the heart of peak summer season in Gumbet and you won't be able to walk down the streets without hearing thumping music, the smell of delicious food in the air, and basically a real summer holiday feel to the resort. For those seeking a night of laid-back fun, karaoke, entertainment, friendly staff, a vibrant atmosphere, and cheap drinks with many offers, head to Roy's Place. This is a hugely popular spot, and has many return visitors.

    Uncle Fester's Restaurant & Bar is another popular spot, and one which has a large menu of food on offer, to line that stomach before heading to Bar Street later in the evening. This is a fun pub, so you can expect football, dancing, singing, and staff entertainment.

    Alternatively, Café de Colombia offers you a more laid-back establishment for your evening meal, with many international dishes on offer. You can also head here for breakfast, however it is particularly well known for good quality steak dishes. 

    Things to do in Gumbert in July

    Hot temperatures mean you need to find activities to cool you down in the heat, especially if you're travelling with children. Bodrum has a waterpark which is ideal for a family day out, as well as being great for groups wanting plenty of splashing fun. There are water slides, a wave pool, chutes, and a huge sun terrace and restaurant on-site, ideal for chilling out, and perhaps working off that hangover.

    Alternatively, maybe a boat trip is for you. Ozzlife Boat is a popular choice, operating daily trips around the coastline. Generally speaking you will book your trip and get a pick up from your hotel. All- inclusive is available, which certainly means a cheaper day overall, with lunch, soft drinks, and local alcoholic drinks included. Your journey around the coves will certainly be picturesque, with swim stops along the way, and a party atmosphere on the boat too. This is a great way to float off a hangover, however perhaps go easy the night before to make it more manageable!

    If you are wanting something a little more cultural to throw into your sunshine holiday in Gumbet then visiting during July has the added bonus of being the Bodrum Ballet Festival. This is a very popular attraction, and it is also held within the castle grounds, which are not only picturesque, but you get entertainment and culture thrown in for good measure. The festival runs from 18 July to 1 August, and performances start around 9.45pm, so heading over to Bodrum during mid-afternoon and enjoying dinner in the city is a great way to add something different to your break in the sun.

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