What’s the weather like in Stoupa in May?
Temperatures soar in May, reaching the mid-20s on a daily basis. If you love the heat and sunshine, but don’t like things overly hot, visit in May. Stoupa weather in May is very pleasant with little rain and a cooling breeze blowing in from the sea that helps lower humidity levels at peak times of the day.
Stoupa is a peaceful village on the southern coast of Greece, in the Mani region of the Peloponnese. The region is known for its good weather in spring and summer with plenty of sunshine and warmth. Cooling winds blow into the shore, helping to keep the weather under control and providing you with a break from the intense heat. Stoupa sits beneath the peaks of the Taygetos mountain range, which shelters the turquoise bays and offers protection from strong winds and rainfall.
The humidity is relatively low and rarely rises above 69%. You won’t have to carry an umbrella everywhere you go as there’s just 28mm of rain per month. This means there are just four rainy days spread over the month, so it’s not likely you’ll see many showers during your stay. The sea is 20°C and warm enough for a nice swim while you’re soaking up the sun on the beach. You can expect 14 hours of warm sunshine each day with cooling winds travelling at an average speed of 7mph.