What’s the weather like in Mykonos in July?
July’s one of the most popular months to visit the beautiful Greek island of Mykonos. With golden, sandy beaches, sweeping promenades and lively nightlife, the hot Mykonos weather in July helps to make your summer escape feel very special.
Found in the warm waters of the south Aegean Sea, between mainland Greece and Turkey, Mykonos is part of the Cyclades group of islands. In July, the Meltemi winds sweep through from the north and bring a welcome breeze on hot days across the island.
The weather in Mykonos in July is perfect for a memorable beach holiday. The Aegean Sea will be 24°C, which is the warmest all year, and there’s 14 hours of sunshine on average. The sun rises at 6am and won’t set until 8.30pm, giving you many hours of daylight to explore the island. There’s barely a drop of rain in Mykonos in July. Just 4mm falls on average and there’s no need to bring a jacket or umbrella. The average high temperature shoots up to 30°C, and may be a little warmer inland on hotter days. The sea breeze brings a welcome relief, but the wind speed remains low to moderate.