What’s the weather like in Parga in September?
Parga is a picturesque town on the northwest shores of Greece. Sitting along the country’s Ionian coastline, it has a Mediterranean climate bringing long, hot summers and mild winters to the area. Summer is coming to an end in September, and temperatures are dropping as the month goes on. Rainfall also picks up over the course of the month, but only five days usually have some wet weather in September, so it won’t affect your holiday.
In Parga, the average temperature’s 22ºC in September, rising to a high of 25ºC in the hottest part of the day. After dark, the average low drops to 18ºC, which is just right for evenings out at the local bars and restaurants. Around 65mm of rain’s expected during September, although you can still look forward to nine hours of sunshine each day at this time. If you want to go for a dip in the Ionian Sea, the waters are a lovely 25ºC this month, perfect for swimming, snorkelling and trying out new watersports.