What’s the weather like in Rhodes in July?
Located off the coast of southern Turkey, Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese islands and has a typical Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. July is the month to go if you’re looking for sunshine and clear skies. With consistent temperatures through the day and into the evening, there’s lots of time for relaxing, exploring the historical sights or enjoying outdoor activities.
In July, the average temperature in Rhodes is a hot 26°C, and with peaks of around 29°C this is a great time of year to spend long days on the beach. Temperatures only drop to a low of 23°C in the evening, so you can really make the most of your days with nights out at the local restaurants and bars. There’s very little chance of rain through the whole of July, and with the humidity staying at a low level you can expect a dry heat. At a warm 23°C, the sea is very inviting.