What’s the weather like in Borovets in July?
The Borovets weather in July makes it a great summer hotspot for visitors wanting to cycle, hike or simply relax around the mountains. The snow has stopped and skiing takes a break as temperatures of around 18°C make this Bulgarian hillside town perfect for a quiet holiday away from busy summer crowds.
Borovets is set in an idyllic location in south west Bulgaria on the northern slopes of the Rila mountain range. In summer months like July the snow has disappeared and mild to warm air from the Aegean and Ionian Sea help to create higher temperatures. It’s cooler on higher ground above Borovets town and you’re likely to see some rain.
Bring some light summer clothes as well as a showerproof jacket because the weather in Borovets in July is very mild with decent sunshine. The average daytime high temperature could hit 20°C on hot days. The low should only be around 10°C on rare cooler days and at night you can expect it to be about 9°C. Make sure you bring your sunglasses as this month there’ll be about nine hours of sunshine from 14 hours of daylight. At the beginning of July the sun doesn’t set until 9pm. Keep an eye on the rainfall this month. Borovets gets 63mm of rain, on average, and the wind strength is low at 4mph. The UV level is medium and the humidity will measure 68%.