What’s the weather like in Bulgaria in July?
Sitting in Southeast Europe, Bulgaria has a dynamic climate due to its location on the edge of the Mediterranean. The Balkan mountains run east to west through the middle of Bulgaria, meaning regions in the north are cooler and wetter than those in the south. The Black Sea coast’s one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations, where you’ll get less extreme weather and pleasant breezes. You’ll have lots of hot and sunny weather in the popular Burgas area in July, which is one of the hottest months of the year.
The average high in Burgas during July’s 28ºC, cooling to 18ºC at night. The sea temperature’s 24ºC, which is perfect for cooling down in, while humidity’s moderate. Average rainfall’s 33mm over four rainy days, and you can expect 15 long hours of daylight with ten hours of sunshine each day. Take care in the sun as UV levels will be very high. Sunset’s just before 9pm at the start of the month, and gradually gets earlier.