What’s the weather like in Kalamata in February?
Temperatures are cool in Kalamata in February, so you’ll need to pack a lot of layers to stay warm throughout your visit. The climate continues to improve towards the end of the month, which is the best time to visit for slightly milder weather.
Kalamata weather in February is very mild and enjoyable, making for a great winter holiday with perfect climate conditions for sightseeing and other outdoor activities. You’ll find this lively town on Greece’s southern coast in the middle of a curved bay. The bay helps to shield the town from prevailing winds but there’s still gusts blowing in from the southeast. These winds often bear a lot of rainfall, so an umbrella or waterproof jacket is a must.
When you travel in February, you’ll enjoy quieter beaches and a more laidback vibe to the town of Kalamata. Temperatures are pleasant with highs of 15°C at midday. The good weather lasts for most of the early afternoon and only drops in the evening, when it reaches lows of 6°C. With ten hours of sunshine per day, there’s plenty of time to explore the sunny southern coast of Greece. Rainfall is around 64mm with 10mph winds and 75% humidity.