What’s the weather like in Kefalonia in July?
Lying to the west of Greece, Kefalonia is part of the Ionian Islands. It has a Mediterranean climate with distinct differences between summer and winter. The month of July is one of the hottest on the island, with almost no rain and clear skies, making it an ideal time of year to bask in the sunshine, hike in the mountains or explore the quaint coastal towns.
In July the average daytime temperatures is 26°C, and with highs of 29°C you’ll need to bring lots of sun cream to stay safe in the intense heat. With lows of 18°C after dark, the temperature is great for spending evenings outdoors although you may need a few light layers to stay warm. Average sea temperatures of 25°C ensure you’ll enjoy swimming in the Mediterranean waters or trying out new water sports. There’s usually no rain in July, so don’t worry about bringing a raincoat.