What's the weather like in Olu Deniz in September
Even though September is the first month of autumn, in Olu Deniz the average temperature is close to what it is in June at 23°C. For visitors, this weather will still feel like summer, with high heat during noon and cooler evenings.
While the temperatures at the beginning of the month are hotter and more summerlike, temperatures steadily throughout the whole month, reaching a milder autumn level at the end. On average the highest expected temperature is 30°C during the first 15 days and the lowest is around 15°C at the end of the month.
Average Sea Temperature
Swimming is still very pleasant and most tourists will be seen flocking to the beaches well to the end of the month. The average sea temperature is at 25°C, which is widely considered to be the most pleasant for casual swimming and long days at the beach.
Average Sunshine Hours
Even though the weather is summerlike, there is one main difference with the actual summer months. Daily sunshine levels actually drop significantly, but are still at an impressive 10 hours per day.
This drop in sunshine hours is attributed to cloudy days, but not rainfall, since September has only 2 days of expected rain and 10mm rainfall.
Snow and Fog
Snow and Fog are extremely rare and freak events during September in Olu Deniz, making it almost impossible for it to snow during your holidays there during this time of the year. With an average of 0 days of snow and fog you can rest assured your September holidays will be warm and summery through and through.
Humidity begins to rise again from the summer lows to 55%, yet since the temperatures have dropped, the weather remains just as pleasant. The higher humidity makes the lower temperature feel more like the heat of August, but there is a lower chance of sunburn and sunstroke during September.
Prices drop slightly in Olu Deniz in September since the tourist season is steadily coming to an end, making this a good month to visit for those on a tight budget.
Olu Deniz Hotels in September
Orka Club Hotel
The Orka Club Hotel is a top choice. The best part about Orka is the many activities the hotel has on offer, including a spa, a wonderful pool, a gym and many children activities, plus plenty of fun entertainment. The rooms are very clean and well decorated. The hotel also has its own bar and restaurants, serving good quality drinks and food.
Another great choice is the NOA Hotel, which is close to the beach of Olu Deniz. The hotel offers excellent service, a gym and a lovely pool. The bar/lounge and the restaurant serve delicious snacks and drink, and the staff is warm and helpful. The location of NOA Hotel is very convenient, too, being right next to the beach. They offer free WiFi, wheelchair access and plenty of children's activities to keep little ones entertained.
Olu Deniz Beach for September
Visit Billy's Beach for a fun day in the sun. The beach overlooks the lagoon and you can rent kayaks or pedallos to go exploring on the sea. The water is perfect during September and, once you are done swimming and sunning yourself, there is a beach bar with refreshing drinks and tasty food.
If you find yourself in nearby Dalyan, then you should seriously consider taking a dip in the sea at the fantastic Iztuzu beach. The beach is a thin strip of sand between a natural water lake and the sea. The endangered Caretta Caretta turtles can be found breeding here, and if you are really lucky you will see one of the females laying its eggs in the sand.
Bars and Restaurants
Help Beach Lounge
Visiting the right beach bar can make all the difference when it comes to a great night out in Olu Deniz. The Help Beach Lounge is a favourite hangout, with its talented DJ, great music, and great selection of snacks and drinks.
The restaurant of the Pine Hill Hotel is certainly worth a visit if you're around Hisaronu for a tour. They offer great international cuisine and many classic favourites at a very high quality. The service is impeccable and the prices reasonable. Most of the dishes on the menu incorporate delicious Turkish ingredients, all cooked to perfection.
Things to do in Olu Deniz in September
Sky Sports Paragliding
Olu Deniz is one of the two world's best spots for paragliding. Jumping off Mount Babadag offers a wonderful view of the lagoon and the landing is usually at one of the soft sandy beaches. Sky Sports paragliding has professional pilots and extremely friendly staff for a safe, memorable jump.
Mud Bath-Turtle Beach
One of the most fun tours is the mud bath-turtle beach combination, which begins in Dalyan. You will be transferred there on an air-conditioned coach and then begin the journey downriver with a boat. There will be a stop at the mud baths, where the myth says that whoever bathes in the mud emerges 10 years younger. The tour ends at the turtle beach, which is one of the protected locations where the famous Caretta Caretta species breeds.