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|Average High||31°C (88°F)|
|Record High||36°C (97°F) (2010)|
|Average Low||20°C (68°F)|
|Record Low||16°C (61°F) (2016)|
Found on the Kassandra peninsula, Sani is a resort town in the country of Greece. The resort is part of the larger Halkidiki peninsula, which resembles a trident with three fingers that reach into the Aegean Sea. The city overlooks Mount Olympus and is close to the beaches of Sithonia, as well as the city of Thessaloniki, the second largest city in Greece. The weather in this area of southeastern Europe is temperat with hot and dry summers, cold winters, and mild rainfall throughout the year.
With 290 days of sunshine a year, Sani is the perfect spot for a vacation any time of the year. The area experiences etesian winds that blow in from the north and west Aegean Sea, offering relief from the warm temperatures. The winds are strongest in the afternoon and die down by the time night falls.
Sani is set on a 1,000-acre stretch of pine forest and olive groves, boarded by long white sandy beaches and the turquoise waters of the Aegean Sea. Visitors to the area can enjoy small and quaint hotels and restaurants all around the peninsula, as well as several larger resorts with lots of high-end amenities.
The main Sani Resort consists of a complex of four smaller luxury hotels with lots to offer singles, couples, and families traveling together. Within each of those five-star hotels are a number of restaurants, bars, spas, and activities. The Sani Resort also has a marina area where boats and yachts can dock and visit.
Spring in Sani means quickly increasing daytime temperatures and steady rainfall chances. The average daily temperature during this time of the year is 11°C to 20°C (about 52°F to 68°F), with the cooler temperatures toward the start of the season, quickly warming at the end. The nighttime lows drop down to 6°C to 14°C (around 43°F to 57°F), so you'll definitely want a jacket or coat if you'll be outside during this time. The highs get up to 15°C to 25°C (about 59°F to 77°F), rapidly increasing as the months turn into summer.
During the months of March, April and May, the rainfall amounts stay consistent, between 29 mm to 45 mm. The average number of rainfall days during this time is 9 to 10 days, so have that umbrella handy. You can expect six to nine hours of sunshine on average each day, plenty of time to get outside and enjoy the warming temperatures and abundant sunshine. Swimming is out of the question for most people, with an average sea temperature between 13°C and 18°C (around 55°F to 64°F).
As the summer rolls around, the temperatures jump up and the rainfall chances drop, making for some great beach weather. The average daily temperature ranges between 25°C and 27°C (around 77°F to 81°F), making for some steamy summer days. Thankfully, the winds blowing across the Aegean Sea help reduce the heat and humidity. July and August are the hottest months, with highs jumping all the way up to 32°C (about 90°C). In the late evening and early morning hours, the lows drop down to 19°C to 21°C (about 66°F to 70°F), a welcome reprieve from the daytime highs.
June, July and August see between 18 mm to 31 mm of rainfall and only four to six days of rainfall per month on average. With such low rain chances, you'll be safe leaving your umbrella at home. With 11 to 12 hours of daylight each day on average, you'll have ample time to get out and about, exploring the area or just spending the day on the beach. July has the longest days, with 12 hours of sunshine each day. Don't be afraid to splash around in the waves on the hot days; the average sea temperature sits between 22°C and 25°C (about 72°F to 77°F). August's sea temperature of 25°C (around 77°F) is the hottest the water will get all year.
In the autumn in Sani, the hot summer temperatures drop as quickly as they rose in the spring. The average daily temperature is 12°C to 22°C (around 54°F to 72°F), starting out very warm at the beginning of the season and rapidly dropping toward the end. At night, expect lows to drop down to 8°C to 17°C (about 46°F to 63°F), warranting a coat or jacket if you plan to spend any time outside in the evening. Highs still get up between 16°C and 27°C (around 61°F to 81°F) during the daytime hours, so you can enjoy outside activities.
The average rainfall for September, October and November is a consistent 41 mm to 44 mm. Each month sees seven to 10 days of rainfall, so it's a good idea to have the umbrella handy in case of a shower. The daylight hours start to dwindle this time of the year, with nearly nine hours of sunshine at the start of the season and only four at the end. Depending on your cold tolerance, you can still do some swimming early, with an average sea temperature between 16°C and 23°C (about 61°F to 73°F).
Come winter, the temperatures hit the lowest they'll get all year and the rainfall amounts are at the highest for the year. You'll also have the shortest days out of the year. The average daily temperature is 6°C to 7°C (about 43°F to 45°F), which is cold, but still nice enough to be outside during the day. January is the coldest month, with lows dropping down to a near freezing 2°C (around 36°F). The average lows the other months range between 3°C and 4°C (around 37°F to 39°F). During the day, the highs get up to between 10°C and 11°C (about 50°F to 52°F).
The months of January and February see 23 mm to 34 mm of rainfall on average. December is the rainiest month, topping out at 55 mm of rain that month. You can expect seven to 11 days of rainfall each month, so it's a good idea to pack an umbrella to keep handy. Each month sees only three to five hours of sunshine each day, so you'll want to plan ahead to get in your outdoor activities during the daylight hours. You probably won't be doing much swimming or beach time, with an average sea temperature of 12°C to 14°C (around 54°F to 57°F).
Thanks to the temperate climate of the area, Sani does not experience much extreme or hazardous weather. One possible hazard is the threat of forest fires caused by dry conditions and high heat. In August of 2006, a major forest fire burnt a large portion of the Kassandra peninsula, including parts of Sani beach. The fire was caused by an exceptionally dry summer with a major heat wave that hit the area.
Fortunately, you more than likely will get mild and consistent weather but check the forecast before you book your holiday to see what the weather will be like during your chosen time of year.