Sarigerme Weather November Averages, Turkey
What's the Weather like in Sarigerme in November
Sarigerme in November tends to be cooler than the rest of the year, as the seasons shift into a mild winter. Average temperatures are usually expected to be around 14°C (57°F), with highs of 19°C (66°F) and lows of 9°C (48°F). Average sea temperatures in November are around 21°C (70°F).
The chance that it will rain is higher than in previous months, around 34% on any given day.
Humidity ranges from comfortable (44%) to very humid (87%).
Winds vary from light air to gentle breeze, and typically blow in from the north and northeast, though occasionally from the south and southwest.
November 1 sees averages of 17°C (63°F), with highs of 23°C (73°F) and lows of 12°C (54°F). Mid-month, averages are around 16°C (60°F), with highs of 21°C (69°F) and lows of 10°C (50°F). By the end of November, averages are about 14°C (57°F), with highs of 19°C (66°F) and lows of 9°C (48°F).
Hotels in Sarigerme in November
In Sarigerme, you'll find a traditional Turkish vibe. The city tends to avoid the crowded, rowdier scene present in tourist holiday destinations. Many families opt to book their vacation nights at one of the many all-inclusive hotels.
Iberotel Sarigerme Park
For a taste of Turkish style, book the Iberotel Sarigerme Park for your vacation. The hotel consists of 14 villas and main building tucked away in a quiet park. Located just 15 kilometres from Dalaman, it lies next to the ancient ruins of Pisilis and is just a short walk to the beach. Visitors can enjoy two freshwater pools, a kids' pool and a baby pool. Rooms are available as doubles, family rooms, suites with balcony, and handicap accessible. There are three restaurants, four bars and one cafe that serves coffee and crepes.
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 to relax and enjoy wine with your meal. Via reception you can book water sports, a jeep safari and river boat excursion to Iztuzu Beach.
Hit the Beach
Sarigerme's beach is a long stretch of sand, home to watersports, sunbeds and picnic areas. There is plenty to do in terms of activities--from paragliding, jet skiing, windsailing, and swimming. Families can also enjoy swimming with dolphins, a popular activity for children.
Nearby Iztuzu Beach is a nesting ground for loggerhead turtles, just a few kilometres from Dalyan. Also known as Turtle Beach, the government has imposed strict regulations over the area to protect some 300 nests per year. Tourists are encouraged to stay mindful of the rules and keep the turtles' peace. Minibuses and boats run regularly from Dalyan to the beach, though because of its distance from the city it is never crowded. The beach is lined with trees and the shallow shoreline is very suitable for small children.
Bars and Restaurants
At the Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort you can find a variety of tasty options, available for both guests of the hotel and those staying elsewhere.
Try the traditional Italian entrees at Alize.
Or relax by the pool and order your lunch at Breeze, where you can choose among delicious kebabs, pastas and salads.
In the evening, be sure to stop by the Anisse Raki Bar for its impressive selection of raki liquor.
Things to Do in Sarigerme in November
Bay of Gocek
Even in November you can still charter a boat out to the stunning Bay of Gocek. The bay is a popular destination for casual holiday-makers, those looking for a peaceful getaway, and celebrities. Sail out to Port Gocek and shop for fresh fruits, cheeses and spices at the Sunday market. The market also offers an array of carpets, jewels and souvenirs. The Bay is also home to 12 islands, which you can explore with a guide. Stop at any one of the islands for a swim in turquoise waters and a glimpse of dolphins, flying fish, wild rabbits and sea turtles. Lunch is usually included.