Rhodes Weather September Averages, Greece
What's the Weather Like in Rhodes in September
Rhodes in September is still very pleasant and warm, although the temperatures are starting to cool down a bit.
The average daily temperature is 25°C, while the average high temperature is around 27°C. The minimum temperature is around 21°C on an average.
September enjoys an average of 11 hours of sunshine per day.
The average sea temperature is still warm at 24°C, so swimming and water sports can still be high on your holiday agenda.
The chance of rain has increased slightly with the onset of autumn. September signals an average rainfall of 7.1 mm over 1 day expected throughout the month.
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Hotels for Rhodes in September
Levante Beach Club
Boasting a beachfront location, Levante Beach Club is the perfect place for families and couples to spend their holiday in Rhodes. Here guests can choose from a number of rooms and suites, each of which is en-suite and comes with air conditioning, satellite TV, fridge and tea and coffee making facilities. You'll find loads of services and amenities on offer, including swimming pools, bars, restaurants, WiFi access, water sports, tennis courts, fitness classes, kids' clubs, spa and gym.
Holidaymakers looking for a budget hotel in Rhodes should check out Achousa Hotel. Here you'll find plenty of services and facilities for guests to enjoy, including 24-hour reception, car hire, excursion booking, WiFi access, laundrette, bar and swimming pool, ensuring a comfortable stay for everyone. There is a variety of rooms to choose from, such as single, double and triple rooms, all of which are spacious and come with everything you'll need to enjoy your holiday.
Beaches for September for Rhodes
Water sport enthusiasts won't want to miss the chance to spend the day at Tsambika. Situated just below Kolimpia, this beach boasts fine, golden sands which stretch on for miles with a number of colourful flags signposting water sport kiosks and beachside restaurants. There are a handful of facilities available here, such as sun loungers, parasols, toilets and even a mini market. Water sports available include snorkelling, jet skiing, boat hire, amongst many other inflatable games.
Restaurants and Bars for Rhodes in September
Situated within Ixia, Whispers Bar-Restaurant was a hit when it opened in 1989 and continues to be just as successful today. Here you'll find an eclectic menu full of authentic Greek dishes such as garlic bread, baked feta, moussaka and gyros. The owners are the only people who work in the restaurant, so you can be sure of quality food and impeccable service each and every time you visit. Whispers Bar-Restaurant is known for its large portions and if you can't finish everything on your plate, your host will be happy to wrap it up for you to take away.
Families and couples in the mood for steak, ribs or chops should head to Alkionis Grill. This bar-restaurant offers a menu packed with meat-based dishes, including chicken kebabs, fillet and sirloin steaks, pork loin and lamb chops. As well as the quality food, this restaurant also offers a variety of affordable drinks, free WiFi access for customers and a number of large TVs showing live sporting events.
Situated within Faliraki, Champers Pub is one of the best-known bars in Rhodes and is the ideal place for families to enjoy a night out together. This bar plays popular classics from the 70s, 80s and 90s up until today's latest tunes, ensuring something for everyone. The staff are some of the friendliest you'll ever find and will do their most to entertain your children while you take it easy and relax.
Things to Do in Rhodes in September
Monastery of Kalopetra
Monastery of Kalopetra sits on top of a hill overlooking Rhodes and the sea, providing visitors with fantastic panoramic views. In addition to the small and unpretentious church, this area is also home to picturesque grounds which are pleasant to explore. One of the most special parts of the monastery is the tree found outside, which features many wishes and prayers which have been etched on the branches and trunk. The souvenir shop found nearby sells a variety of authentic Greek items, including a drink unique to the area, which make for great souvenirs or gifts.
Village of Lindos is another top place to visit during your trip to Rhodes. You'll find plenty of winding streets to explore, lined with cafes and restaurants serving refreshments and plenty of shops where you can purchase souvenirs or gifts. If you'd like to explore the village without wearing yourself out, why not enjoy a donkey ride? You'll find them available in many spots throughout Lindos.