Vourvourou, Greece: Live Weather
Live weather in Vourvourou
The latest and today's weather in Vourvourou, Greece updated regularly
- Sunrise 06:58
- Sunset 19:56
|Temp feels like:||13°C (55°F)|
|Length of Day:||12h 58m|
|Pressure:||30" (1025 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||10 miles (16 km)|
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Historic Temperatures for 7th April in Vourvourou
|Average High||16°C (61°F)|
|Record High||22°C (72°F) (2012)|
|Average Low||6°C (43°F)|
Vourvourou has something for everyone: A suntanned beach beneath an almost permanent blue summer sky, several small islands visible from the beach with frequent trips out to, a mountain to climb, a place to buy fresh fish, enough hotels and restaurants to ensure you never go without during your stay. Itâs not hard to see why the place gets so much tourism.
If you do get tired of seeing sand and water, there are car rentals and the town of Agios Nikolaos is only 10km down the road, which acts as a hub for the many tourist resorts in Halkidiki.
Like most of Greece, Vourvourou is plenty hot during the summer and chilly in the winter.
As you may have already guessed, summerâs temperature is very high with favourable forecasts. The average maximum for a summerâs day is 34°C (85°F) and the average minimum isnât too much of a pain, welcomed relief in fact from the hot days at anything from 18 to 24°C (64 to 75°F).
Vourvourou has a large amount of moisture in the air (not surprising, seeing as itâs a beach and itâs really hot), so expect the days to be hot and sticky and donât be surprised if the temperature clocks 90°F.
If the heat gets too much to bear, the sea temperature has a nice average of 21°C (71°F). The waters around Halkidiki are known for their abundance of sea-life, so watch where youâre paddling, but enjoy the scenery down there.
The days are as long as they are warm and Vourvourou sees around 12 hours of sunlight a day out of its 15/16 hours of daylight.
Most of those days will be cloud free as Vourvourou rains an average 2 days per month and even then itâs only 30mm at its best. Poseidonâs slipping in his old age.
If you go for a holiday in Vourvourou, expect to be bombarded by UV rays. The UV scale is very high in the summer and ranks as high as 9 in the index, which, considering it only goes up to 11, is quite high. Be warned and wear sleeves or sunscreen.
With summer being the way it is, youâll be glad for a breeze and a bit of cloud. Itâs not exactly arctic weather, but then itâs not exactly near the arctic. The highest average a winter holiday-maker can expect is 11°C (51°F), which is reasonable enough but the lows become coat and hat temperature. 2°C (35°F) is what you can expect for those winter lows.
The rain comes more frequently, but still nothing to complain about. Around 10 days a month sees the rainfall. Itâs more than the summer, but not by far.
Maybe itâs because of all that extra rain or maybe itâs because itâs the winter and should be expected, but the days are considerably shorter with only 4 hours of sunlight. You could spend those hours trying to tan, but if you want a tan, you could just go in the summer instead?
The plus side is that for those 4 hours, youâre totally safe as thereâs virtually no harm from the UV rays. The winter barely reaches into the low moderate areas.
The sea life and submarine foliage is all still there, but just bear in mind that the water gets very cold in the winter, so a wetsuit wouldnât go amiss.