What’s the weather like in Kalamata in August?
Kalamata is the perfect summer holiday destination and boasts consistent warmth and sunshine throughout the month of August. Its peak season at this time, so the town has come to life with visitors from all over the world and the Mediterranean climate is in full swing.
Kalamata weather in August is very hot and dry with barely a rain cloud in sight. Most days are very clear and sunny with cooling sea breezes near the coastline. Northeast winds blow through Greece throughout the summer, but Kalamata receives shelter from its backdrop of mountains. This means you can look forward to a warmer and less windy climate in summer, perfect for sunbathing on the beach and enjoying an afternoon of sightseeing.
August is one of the hottest times of the year with highs of 29°C and overnight lows of 18°C. There are 13 hours of sunshine per day, which is ideal for a long day exploring the sights and enjoying your time in Greece. 10mph winds are common throughout summer and they help to keep humidity levels around 68%. There’s just 1mm of rain in August, so packing an umbrella isn’t necessary.