Icmeler Weather September Averages, Turkey
What's the Weather like in Icmeler in September
After the two hectic summer months of July and August, temperatures start to go down and Icmeler becomes a bit quieter in September. The maximum daytime temperature is now 23°C and the minimum daily temperature is 16°C. The average daily temperature is 20°C. Although the summer temperatures are beginning to drop slightly, they will remain high enough for tourists to still enjoy time on the beach. The warmest day of the month is September 1, which has high and low temperatures that are almost four degrees higher than September 30, the coolest day of the month. September is the fourth-warmest month of the year, after June, July and August.
The sea temperature is still the same as it was in the previous month: the yearly maximum of 25°C.
September marks the end of the virtually rainless summer season, something that especially the locals are happy about. Still, the total amount of rainfall this month is not very much. 20mm of precipitation are divided between only a couple of days with rainfall. In terms of total rainfall, September is the fifth-wettest month of the year. May is fourth after the three dry summer months. The chance of rainfall increases significantly in the course of the month though. September 1 is the driest day with a 7% chance of precipitation; September 30 has a 16% chance. Throughout the month there are two main types of precipitation. Thunderstorms occur on 68% of the days with precipitation and light rain is observed on 28% of those days.
The increasing amount of rainfall is related to increasing cloud cover. Cloud cover is at 17% in the beginning of the month; before the month is over it has increased to 31%, which is a significant 14% increase. However, September is still only the fourth-cloudiest month of the year. To illustrate the large increase of cloud cover throughout the month: September 1 is overcast for only 3% of the time, while September 30 is overcast for 24% of the time.
Even though more and more clouds move in, September is a sunny month by all accounts. Every day has ten beautiful hours of sunshine, only one hour less than July and August. September is the third-sunniest month of the year and there is still plenty of time to hit the beach and go swimming.
In the course of the month the length of the day is shortening. From the beginning to the end of the month there is a 1.07-hour decrease in day length. In other words, every September day is 2.2 minutes shorter than the day before. September 1 is the longest day of the month with 12.56 hours of daylight. The longest day of the month is September 30 with 11.50 daylight hours left.
Icmeler Hotels in September
Efendi Hotel is located almost precisely in the middle of Icmeler Beach. It lies close to the action in the resort's centre and only 50 metres from the beach. This three-star hotel is a popular choice among couples and families, because of its friendly staff and great location. The hotel's amenities include an outdoor pool, children's pool, a restaurant and a pool bar. Activities that can be done in or around the hotel are swimming, playing tennis, jet skiing, water skiing, diving, hiking and golfing.
Hotel Grand Azur
The Hotel Grand Azur is a superb luxury hotel located in the nearby town of Marmaris. This hotel has a total of 324 rooms, three restaurants serving Italian, Turkish, and international cuisine, and a bar. Additional amenities include a tennis court, gymnasium, spa, beach bar and nightclub.
Icmeler Beach for September
As the last summer month, September is a great time to hit the beach and go swimming in the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas. The resort is home to one of the best beaches in the entire area. Icmeler Beach is famed for its water sports opportunities, soft golden sand and mountainous background.
In Marmaris, you can soak up some sun at Folk Beach, which lies in the centre of the town. This sandy urban beach is free to visit and has many parasols and beach chairs. The beautiful promenade that connects Marmaris and Icmeler runs right behind the beach.
Bars and Restaurants
Asparan is a restaurant but also a wedding venue. Besides the restaurant, the venue also consists of a 120-people saloon, a dance floor, Camellia gardens, a children's playground and even a small zoo. The restaurant serves breakfast, international cuisine, Turkish specialties such as casseroles, meatballs and kebabs steaks, chicken dishes, seafood, lots of different desserts and so on. The venue is also suitable for birthday parties, business meetings and the like.
The Lighthouse Restaurant is part of the Lighthouse Apartments Restaurant & Bar. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Specialties are steaks, pastas, chicken soup and cheesecakes.
Things to do in Icmeler in September
Aqua Dream Waterpark
In addition to many beaches, there are also two major waterparks in the area. Both are located in Marmaris and Aqua Dream Waterpark is the largest one. September's temperatures are still pleasant and definitely allow you to have a fun time speeding down waterslides and bopping up and down in the wave pool. This waterpark features attractions and rides for both adults and children. These include the Rafting Slide, Kamikaze Slide, Freefall, Black Hole and Multi Slide. Children can play on the Pirate's Ship, Octopus and Mushroom. If you're hungry after an afternoon of water fun, you can fill your stomach in the cafeteria and restaurant.
Dalyan is one of the region's main highlights, a remarkable combination of natural beauty and historic sites. There are great beaches and a maze of tree-lined canals and reed-lined rivers. The Dalyan Delta is an important conservation area. For example, Iztuzu Beach is an important breeding ground for sea turtles. Tours to Dalyan will stop at this beach for a while, allowing you to explore the area. A second major highlight is the ancient city of Kaunos. The Lycian tombs that are carved into the cliffs at a bend in the Dalyan River are no less than spectacular. The third attraction in Dalyan are the famous mud baths, sulfur pools and thermal springs.