Check the Kalamata weather forecast to see what the weather will bring for your foodie trip to Greece. There’s more than just olives in Kalamata, though. The beaches of Messenia are stunning, and if you take a trip to Voidokilia, you’re practically guaranteed sunshine. July and August bring hot, dry weather, and July’s International Dance Festival is always a colourful affair, that picks up the golds and oranges of the summer sun in the costumes of the dancers. Kalamata is packed with historic sites, as well as being a stone’s throw from Olympia. If you like to spend your holiday sightseeing, autumn and spring are comfortable, and our Kalamata weather forecast will help you choose the best time. As you’d expect, winter is colder, and even if you do catch a shower there’s plenty of restaurants and tavernas open to dodge the rain and sip a glass of Mavrodaphne or sample stuffed Tsakoniki, the local aubergine. We’ve put together a two-weekly and a long-range Kalamata weather forecast, so you can choose your ideal time to visit.