What’s the weather like in Parga in May?
Sitting on the north-west coast of Greece, Parga is a beautiful town on the Ionian Sea with a Mediterranean climate bringing long, hot summers and mild, damp winters to the region. May is the end of spring in Parga, and temperatures are warm but not scorching this month, so perfect for exploring the picturesque local landscapes. If you want to avoid the busy crowds of the peak season, May is a great time to visit Parga as the town is usually still quiet at this time.
In May the average temperature in Parga is 18ºC, peaking at 22ºC in the warmest part of the afternoon. Night temperatures fall to 14ºC, so you’ll need summery clothes for the day along with warmer layers for the evenings. Parga expects 50mm of rain over nine days in May, so although it’s fairly likely you’ll see the odd shower, they’re usually short-lived and not a problem. If you plan to swim in the sea, the Ionian waters are lovely at 19ºC this month.