What’s the weather like in Petra in September?
Petra weather in September is very warm, dry and sunny. It’s the final month of the high season, which means it’s your last chance to enjoy some of the highest temperatures of the year. You’ve also arrived on time to enjoy a nice swim in the sea before the water gets colder in autumn.
Petra is a laid-back fishing village cradled in the northern coast of Lesbos. It’s a historical village and home to some of the best landmarks on the island, including the Panagia Glykofilousa. Sink your feet into soft golden sands and enjoy a relaxing swim in the turquoise bay. When the sun goes down, the party is just getting started. Petra’s nightlife is always buzzing and you have a great range of seafront tavernas, bars and clubs to choose from.
September has an average daily temperature of 26°C, which is very hot and perfect for sightseeing and lounging on the soft golden sands of Petra’s Blue Flag beach. There are 12 hours of sunshine each day with an accompanied humidity of 62%. There’s not much chance of rain with an average of 23mm spread over five days. On windy days, the sea breeze can reach up to 10 mph, which can provide a nice cooling break from the heat of midday.