What’s the weather like in Stoupa in July?
The Mediterranean climate is at its best in summer with long, hot days packed with sunshine and scorching temperatures. If you’re looking for the perfect time to visit for a typical beach holiday, July is ideal. Stoupa weather in July is very warm, sunny and dry with very few rain showers and low humidity.
Stoupa is a traditional Greek village in the Mani region of the Peloponnese peninsula. Its spot on the southern tip of Greece means the village enjoys a very warm and sunny Mediterranean climate in summer. July falls within peak season, so the beaches are slightly busier but the village manages to hold onto its easy-going and peaceful feel. The sandy bays are sheltered from cooler and wetter weather by the backdrop of mountains, which helps shield the area from cooling winds blowing through Greece.
July is one of the busiest months to visit Stoupa and for a good reason. The weather is very enjoyable with an average high of 31°C and up to 14 hours of bright sunshine each day. 9mph winds blow in over the sea and help to control humidity levels from rising too far above 67%. It’s a dry month with just 5mm of rainfall on just one day. The sea is a warm 25°C, making for ideal swimming and water sports conditions.