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Weather in Marmaris

Friday, July 18th, 2008

Marmaris is one of Turkey’s most popular destinations for both foreign holiday makers and natives of Turkey with the summer months attracting a high number of sun-seekers. The hot summer temperatures, and the excellent location on a pine-fringed, sheltered bay, make it the perfect sun trap. The weather in Marmaris is mild and stable for most of the year; summer months can see the temperatures hitting a high of 35C while the mild winter days will still be warm at around 15C.

Marmaris weather – Summer sunshine for 13 hours per day

Thursday, July 17th, 2008

The constant sunshine in Marmaris affords you the beach holiday of a lifetime. From April onwards, the temperature in Marmaris climbs past 20C, and by July it will hit the over 30C mark. In July and August the sun will be in the clear, blue sky for around 13 hours per day and the temperature will not usually dip below 30C.
The warm Mediterranean Sea is perfect for diving, snorkelling and swimming. The temperature does begin to cool down around October, but you will still find the sea warm enough to swim in, and you will still benefit from around seven hours of 23C sunshine per day.

Marmaris’s Warm climate, perfect for a winter break

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008

The mild weather in Marmaris during the winter months makes it the perfect time for exploring the neighbouring towns in comfort. Holidays in Marmaris are an ideal base for seeing the sights and attractions of nearby towns such as Icmeler, Dalaman and Gocek, and the most photographed beach in the Mediterranean can be found only a short trip away at Olu Deniz.

The winter temperatures from November to February will stay at around 15C for around five hours a day, giving more than enough sun to pick up a golden tan.

After a four hour flight from the UK can see you basking in Turkey’s glorious sunshine anytime of the year.

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