What's the Weather like in Sarigerme in June
June in Sarigerme is peak summer, which reflects in the rapidly increasing temperatures. Averages tend to be around 23°C (73°F), with highs of 29°C (84°F) and lows of 17°C (63°F). Average sea temperatures in June around around 73°C (23°F).
Chance of rain is very low, occurring in 12% of days. When it does rain, it may occur as light rain or the occasional summer thunderstorm.
Humidity ranges from comfortable (31%) to humid (84%), rarely dropping below 15%.
Winds will be light air or moderate breezes, coming from the north, northwest or more infrequently the south.
June is hot and dry in Sarigerme. Around June 1, averages in the city are around 23°C (73°F), with highs of 28°C (83°F) and lows of 18°C (64°F). This increases rapidly as the month wears on. By mid-month, averages are around 25°C (77°F), with highs of 32°C (90°F) and lows of 21°C (69°F). By the end of June, averages are at 28°C (82°F), with highs of 34°C (93°F) and lows of 23°C (72°F).
Hotels in Sarigerme in June
Turkuaz Boutique Hotel
Turkuaz Boutique Hotel is located on a hillside in Sarigerme in the middle of pine trees and olive groves. Opened in 2003, the resort offers a homemade breakfast of jams, cheese, olives and cucumber, and evening meals of traditional Turkish mezze and entrees. Double, triple, and quad rooms are available with en-suite bathroom, satellite TV, and A/C, some with balconies. The restaurant features a covered terrace. Via reception you can book water sports, a jeep safari and river boat excursion to Iztuzu Beach.
Alinn Sarigerme Boutique Hotel
Alinn Sarigerme Boutique Hotel (Iberotel Sarigerme Park) is an adults-only resort, located just 900 metres from the sandy beach. Secluded away in pine forests, the resort offers two outdoor pools, one indoor pool, sun terrace, tennis court, spa, Turkish bath and jacuzzi. There are several restaurants to choose from, and four bars that serve drinks and snacks. Each of its 93 guest rooms features a bathroom with bath or shower, A/C, satellite TV, telephone, safe box, minibar and balcony. Situated just 800 metres from Sarigerme town, the hotel also offers shuttle service.
Hit the Beach
Sarigerme's beach is part of a National Park Conservation Area, so it tends to be clean and pristine. You do have to pay a small entrance fee to access the shore, but these funds go straight into the maintenance of the park. The beach is a long stretch of sand, home to watersports, sunbeds and picnic areas. It is also is equipped with toilets, showers, cafe and a mini-zoo for the kids. Active vacationers will find plenty to do hereith parasailing, kiteboarding, windsurfing and more. Families can also enjoy swimming with dolphins, a popular activity for children.
Bars and Restaurants
Cuisine tends to be main Turkish, though there is a fair portion of international dishes that cater to tourists.
Aegean Bar and Restaurant
Aegean Bar and Restaurant is a relaxing place to enjoy a few drinks with good music. The food is a blend of Mediterranean and British fare, and the service comes highly praised. You can even a rent a car next door at Istanbul Car Rental--the owner of Aegean also rents out vehicles to tourists.
Sarigerme Restaurant offers outstanding steak, superb pizza, and a variety of drinks at reasonable prices. Whether you're here for the English sausage or Turkish kebabs, patrons continue to keep happy.
Street Chindia Restaurant Bar
Street Chindia Restaurant Bar is an eclectic bar that serves Turkish, Chinese and Indian cuisine. The atmosphere is laid-back and the service friendly, with cocktails and even a swimming pool available for loungers. A must for tourists who like to party and enjoy good music.
Things to Do in Sarigerme in June
If you are intending to spend a lot of time out and about during the day it is essential to protect yourself from sunburn and sunstroke. Always wear sunscreen with a high enough SPF for your skin type. Seek shelter from the sun during the hottest part of the day and drink plenty of water.
Marmaris Cinema Festival
Cinephiles should head to the Marmaris Cinema Festival, which begins at the end of June and continues into July.
During the summer months, Sarigerme livens up a bit with summer holiday-makers from Europe. The main street has several boutiques, restaurants and bars to explore day and night. As expected in a beach town, there are plenty of activities and watersports to be had. One of the most popular sports is kiteboarding in the Mediterranean Sea. Sarigerme Kitesurf offers expert training and gear for beginners and experienced kiteboarders alike. The city's location on the sea ensures strong winds from May to October, otherwise known as perfect conditions for soaring as a kite.