Sarigerme Weather July Averages, Turkey
What's the Weather like in Sarigerme in July
July in Sarigerme remains constantly hot throughout the month, highs peaking at around 31°C (88°F). Averages tend to be 25°C (77°F), with lows at only 21°C (70°F). Average sea temperatures in July are around 25°C (77°F).
The chance that it will rain is very low, at only 4%, with little variation. This small percentage, if it does occur, may be a fluke summer thunderstorm.
Humidity ranges from comfortable (37%) to humid (78%).
Wind speeds vary from calm to moderate breezes, and usually blow in from the north or northeast, and to a lesser degree, south and southwest.
July is hot and dry in Sarigerme, with long summer days and almost no rain. Around July 1, averages are around 26°C (79°F), with highs of 32°C (89°F) and lows of 21°C (69°F). By mid-month, averages are at 27°C (80°F), highs at 33°C (91°F) and lows at 22°C (71°F). By the end of July, averages are at 28°C (82°F), highs at 33°C (91°F) and lows at 23°C (72°F).
Hotels in Sarigerme in July
Caria Holiday Resort
Caria Holiday Resort is a highly-rated hotel nestled between olive trees and woods with panoramic views of the bay. The resort features a swimming pool, aqua park with waterslides, children's pool, hammam, sun terrace and free shuttle service to Sarigerme proper. Water sports include boating, surfing and parasailing. The all-inclusive meal plan offers buffet services at the main restaurant and drinks at three bars and the Turkish café. Each of its 205 guest rooms offer sofa beds, kitchenette, digital TV, telephone and balcony or terrace. Double rooms and family rooms that sleep up to five people are both available.
Hit the Beach
Sarigerme Beach is a quiet, tranquil beach that somehow manages to stay off the tourist radar. The clientele tends to consist of those who are looking for some peace and quiet. The shore gently slopes from its shallows, great for kids to splash around. Take note that on some days, the winds are quite strong. There is a small entrance fee to the beach, collected by the Sarigerme Environmental Education Association and 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.
Bars and Restaurants
Sarigerme is a one street town, meaning that most of the shops and restaurants can be found on a single road. The Fish House is a trendy seafood joint, popular with those who enjoy good fish fare in a leisure environment. If you're in town on a Wednesday, be sure to stop by the market for a fresh Turkish pancake for breakfast.
Paradise Restaurant Cafe & Bar
Paradise Restaurant Cafe & Bar is a popular spot for larger parties and families. Birthdays are treated to fireworks and cake. The atmosphere is leisurely, the music jazz, and the Turkish mixed grill serves everything from stroganoff to Indian fare.
Things to Do in Sarigerme in July
Sarigerme has the peaceful vibe a small beach town. It's laid back ambiance is perfect for families and couples, who can choose from several all-inclusive resorts. Be warned, however--the summer is hot! This is great news for sun worshippers out there, but if you dislike large crowds and intense heat then this may not be a good time of year to visit. You should also take precautions when spending a lot of time out and about. Wear sunscreen with a high enough SPF for your skin, and cover up with hats and sunglasses. Drink plenty of water and seek shade during the hottest parts of the day.
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. On the way, river boats often stop at Lycian royal rock tombs dating back to the 4th century b.c.e. 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.