What's the weather like in Rhodes in February?
Rhodes is the largest of Greece’s Dodecanese islands, located in the southern Aegean Sea. As one of the most popular Greek islands for relaxing beach breaks, Rhodes has a Mediterranean climate with long, hot summers and short, mild winters. In February, Rhodes is quite cool and wet, so if you want to spend long days lazing on the beach, you may want to choose a different month to visit. If you want to explore the island’s history and culture, then February can be a good time to visit Rhodes, away from the crowds of the peak season.
The average temperature in Rhodes is 13ºC at this time of year, rising to a high of 15ºC in the warmest part of the afternoon. Although it can be t-shirt weather during the day, you’ll need some warmer things at night when temperatures drop to 10ºC. February is quite a wet month in Rhodes, with around 100mm of rain expected over the course of ten days, making a waterproof jacket a good addition to your suitcase. If you want to swim in the Aegean Sea, the water measures a cool 16ºC this month.