What’s the weather like in Skiathos in July?
As a small Greek island in the sparkling Aegean Sea, Skiathos has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. In July, the island’s in its high season, so the resorts are busy and the beaches are full. The weather’s perfect for relaxing on the golden sands, swimming in the warm waters and exploring further inland.
At this time of year, the average temperature in Skiathos is a beautifully warm 26°C, reaching highs of 29°C in the peak of the afternoon. After dark, temperatures drop to 18°C, providing relief from the heat of the day. Around 80% of days are sunny in July, and with just 20mm of rain expected over the course of the month there’s very little chance you’ll see wet weather. At this time of year the Aegean waters are an inviting 24°C, ideal if you want to paddle with the kids or go on a scuba diving adventure.