What’s the weather like in Santorini in July?
Found to the east of Greece in the southern Aegean Sea, Santorini is made up of five islands in a circular pattern. With a mild Mediterranean climate, Santorini experiences hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters, making this a popular holiday destination during the month of July. At this time of year, the island has consistently hot days, only a small amount of cloud cover and very little rain, so make sure you pack your high factor sun cream and light clothing.
In July you can expect an average daytime temperature of 26°C in Santorini, reaching highs of 29°C in the warm afternoons. With 14 hours of sunlight you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy your day, especially on the beach where the sea’s nice and warm at 24°C. The evenings are lovely and mild, reaching an average low of 23°C, and with only 7mm of rain in July, the chance of getting caught in a shower is very slim.