Sarigerme Weather January Averages, Turkey

    • Temperature Temperature 10°C 50°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 14°C 57°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 5°C 41°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 5 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 216 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 10 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 17°C 63°F

    Sarigerme Weather for January 2020

    What's the Weather like in Sarigerme in January

    Sarigerme enjoys good weather all year round and so January is fairly mild. The town is much warmer than other parts of northern Europe at this time of year so this is a perfect time to get away and escape those winter blues!

    Temperature

    Averages are around 10°C (50°F). Highs can reach around 14°C (57°F) and lows only reach 5°C (41°F). The temperature stays fairly steady all month, with little fluctuation. Be sure to bring a jacket and warm pants.

    Sea Temperature

    Average sea temperature in January is around 17°C (63°F)--much too cold for swimmers.

    Rainfall

    There is a 36% chance of rain throughout the month. Rain usually occurs as light showers or thunderstorms.

    Humidity

    January skies in Sarigerme are partly cloudy, with little variation throughout the month. Humidity ranges from comfortable (41%) to humid (83%), rarely dropping below 22%. The most and least humid days both occur mid-month, around January 14-17.

    Wind

    Daily wind speeds range from light air to moderate breeze, rarely exceeding 40 kph (25 mph). Wind usually blows from the north or northwest.

    In January, Sarigerme is cool and rainy, with extensive cloud cover. From the beginning to the end of the month, averages stay around the same, at 10°C (50°F). The air and the water are both cold, with strong winds to be expected near the shore.

    Hotels in Sarigerme in January

    Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort & Spa

    Tourists rave about the Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort & Spa (Sarigerme Turizm Merkezi), one of the most popular hotels around town. As an all-inclusive, selection is divided between four restaurants and a patisserie. Families can enjoy pool parties and nightly entertainment. The hotel is approximately 25-30 minutes from Sarigerme centre, easily accessible by cab or occasional shuttle. There are a number of room categories available, from family rooms to honeymoon duplex suites to the presidential suite and handicap rooms. All rooms are equipped with heating and A/C, internet, telephone, bathtub and shower, LCD television and safety box. The hotel also has four outdoor pools and both an adults' and kids' aquapark. For kids who want to have socialise with others, there are special clubs for both younger children and teenagers. For wedding parties and romantic candlelit dinners, the property offers three types of gazebo houses, complete with "butler service."

    Hit the Beach

    Sarigerme Beach

    Sarigerme Beach is a tranquil beach that somehow manages to stay off the busy tourist radar. The clientele tends to consist of those who are looking for some peace and quiet. Take note that on some days, especially in the winter, the winds are quite strong. There is a small entrance fee to the beach, collected by the Sarigerme Environmental Education Association, which goes directly to beach maintenance. Though popular with tourists and locals alike, it is never too crowded. You can enjoy all the normal beach facilities like picnic tables, sun beds, umbrellas, cafes and toilets.

    Things to Do in Sarigerme in January

    Yilbasi

    If you are visiting Sarigerme in early January, New Years Day is known as Yilbasi. All over Turkey, people celebrate with parties that continue from New Year's Eve right into the next day.

    Outdoor Activities

    Due to the cooler temperatures, this is a great time of year to visit to indulge in some outdoor activities. Hiking and horse riding are popular in the area. 

    Dalyan

    While in Sarigerme, visitors are encouraged to stop by Dalyan for a dip into its unique natural mud springs. Dalyan is famous for its natural mud and sulphur baths, renowned for their health-giving properties. To reach the baths, visitors must transfer from Dalyan into river boats through the Dalyan Delta. The film "The African Queen" (1952) was filmed in these labyrinthine waterways. The boats will take you to the far side of Lake Koycegiz, where the mud and sulphur pools lie. The mud baths are touted for their medicinal properties, supposedly good for rheumatic diseases, eczema and arthritis. In any case, a dip will certainly refresh the curious traveller. Full of nutrients and salts, swimmers are able to float without any difficulty. Visitors can also jump in the nearby sulphur spring, rich in sodium, calcium, chloride and of course sulphurhough the smell is certain to deter some. Guided tours typically include lunch, followed by a rejuvenating swim at nearby Iztuzu Beach.

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