What’s the weather like in Kalamata in July?
When you visit Kalamata in July, you’ll need to pack lots of light clothing, sun cream and your favourite pair of sunglasses because things get really hot and sunny in summer. Kalamata weather in July is very warm with highs of 29°C at peak times of the day.
The sea warms up in July, which is perfect for water sports like snorkelling and scuba diving or a refreshing swim to cool down. Temperatures are high and the region’s Mediterranean climate is in full swing in July, which is one of the hottest months of the year. Western winds blow into the bay and curl around the barrier so that they arrive in town from the south. This helps to keep temperatures comfortable while controlling humidity levels so they don’t rise too high.
The Kalamata climate in July is hot, sunny and dry. The daily average is 29°C with sizzling highs of 31°C in the afternoon. Overnight temperatures dip to 18°C, which is still very mild and enjoyable. 10mph winds bring relief from the summer heat and help to keep humidity levels at 67%. With 14 hours of sunshine per day and a monthly rainfall of just 1mm, you’ll have plenty of sunlight to explore and enjoy time on the golden beach.