What’s the weather like in Skiathos in August?
Located in the Aegean Sea just off the east coast of Greece, Skiathos is a beautiful island with picture-perfect scenery. It has a Mediterranean climate which brings hot, dry summers and mild winters to the island’s resorts. August’s the peak season across Skiathos, and temperatures are at their warmest at this time. If you want to relax on the sandy beaches with the best weather of the year, August’s the ideal time to go on holiday to Skiathos.
In August, the average temperature in Skiathos is a warm 25ºC, reaching highs of 29ºC in the hottest part of the afternoon. With lots of bright, clear skies and 11 hours of sunshine each day, you’ll need to protect yourself by regularly applying plenty of high factor sun cream. After dark, the average low dips to 18ºC, which is perfect for evenings out on the island. Around 25mm of rain’s predicted to fall in August, while at 25ºC, the Aegean waters are at their warmest, and just right for swimming and snorkelling.