Weather in Kalamata
Kalamata’s location in southern Greece means it usually has a very warm and sunny climate. It’s a year-round holiday destination with long, hot summers and mild winters.
The warmest temperatures are in the summer. July and August are the best time to go to Kalamata and temperatures often peak up to 30°C.
Winter is a lot cooler and wetter than the summer. Rainfall begins to pick up in the autumn before growing heavier towards winter. The heaviest showers fall between December and February, so make sure to pack a raincoat if you’re planning a winter visit.
The best time to visit Kalamata for sunny weather and comfortable temperatures is in the springtime. Temperatures rarely fall below 20°C, which is mild and enjoyable without being overly hot.
Average sea temperatures are in the mid-twenties during the summer, which is great for an afternoon of swimming and soaking up the sun on the beach.