Hammamet Weather September Averages, Tunisia
What's the weather like in Hammamet in September
The temperatures drop slightly in September, as compared to August, but remain high, so expect plenty of heat at this time of the year.
With more rain seen and an increased chance of thunderstorms at this time of the year, the climate can be extremely humid and muggy.
This means that the heat is even more intense, despite the temperatures being slightly lower than in July and August.
If you're not used to the heat, you may want to visit the area at a different time of the year.
The average daily temperature in Hammamet is 29°C (84°F) and this can reach highs of 26°C and lows of 22°C.
Average Sea Temperature
The average temperature of the sea at this time of the year is 26°C (75°F).
There is on average 40 mm over 4 days of rainfall seen throughout this month.
Average Sunshine Hours
Hammamet sees on average 10 hours of sunshine each day throughout this month.
Hammamet Hotels in September
The Hotel Les Citronniers is regarded as one of the best budget hotels in the city. Many of the luxury hotels in Hammamet are located on the shoreline and the budget accommodations are generally centralized in the downtown area of the city. Despite being an extremely affordable hotel in the hustle and bustle of the city centre, this hotel has a swimming pool for guests to use and a full service restaurant if you don't feel like venturing into the heat for a meal.
The Club Med Hammamet is extremely popular with traveling families and it does also book many couples on honeymoons. There are a series of three large swimming pools and activities that are kid-friendly throughout the days. There is also convenient beach access from the Club Med so there will be ample fun to be had. This hotel is an all-inclusive so the costs can be higher than the average family hotel stay.
Bars and Restaurants
An exquisite option for authentic Tunisian cuisine is Resto de la Plage, which overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. Dining on the terrace is absolutely lovely and the food here will match the view. The menu is full of Tunisian classics that have a French twist, ranging from techniques to ingredients that are not native to Tunisia. Like many other restaurants in the area, Resto de la Plage does not serve alcohol in observance of Islamic culture.
Da Franco is a modern restaurant popular with tourists and locals alike. Da Franco is an Italian restaurant but specialises in local seafood and steaks. Unlike many eateries in Hammamet, Da Franco has a full menu of wine and cocktail options to accompany meals. Because this restaurant is frequented by locals and busy year-round, making reservations in advance is strongly recommended. If you're looking for a change of pace from local cuisine or your hotel's buffet, Da Franco is a great choice.
Things to do in Hammamet in September
There's no better way to cool off after time spent in the scorching sunshine, than with a dip into the sea. The sea in Hammamet is warm enough to enjoy a swim at any time of the day. If you want a more active holiday though, you can try a number of water sports. Water skiing, jet skiing and parasailing are all available off of the sunny shores of Hammamet.
Dates for the diary
Look out for the Coralis Diving Festival - a two-day event celebrating the country's diversere and beautiful marine life.
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