What’s the weather like in Greece in November?
Located in Southeast Europe, most of Greece has a Mediterranean climate. The country has almost 14,000km of coastline and borders three seas; the Mediterranean, Aegean and Ionian. You’ll get mild weather around the country in November as winter gets closer, with Greece’s popular holiday destinations staying pleasant but having some rain. Large parts of the country are mountainous, and the northern Pindus mountains causes places in the west to have more rain than those in the east. There’s also less rain in the south of Greece where you’ll find the country’s iconic islands.
The average high in southern Athens during November is 19ºC, which cools to quite a chilly 10ºC at night. The sea temperature’s 20ºC, while humidity’s low. There’s 58mm of rain over eight days, and you can expect five hours of sunshine each day from the ten hours of daylight. UV levels will be moderate. Sunset’s just before 5.30pm at the start of November and gradually gets earlier.