What’s the weather like in Djerba in July?
Along with August, July’s the hottest time of the year to visit the stunning Tunisian island of Djerba. Thanks to its amazing Mediterranean location, the weather in Djerba in July is very warm and sunny and with hardly a drop of rain. You’ll love relaxing by its sandy beaches in this month.
Although it’s very hot in July, Djerba’s setting just off the south east coast of Tunisia means it enjoys a cool sea breeze throughout the summer. Resorts further inland in Tunisia won’t enjoy this refreshing wind, and the heat can become a little uncomfortable.
The incredible Djerba weather in July gives you an average high temperature of 33°C. Very often, this can creep up by one or two degrees, but shouldn’t fall below 22°C on the slightly cooler days. Rainfall’s extremely low in July, at just 3mm, and it’s rare to have more than a couple of days that see any wet weather. The sunshine levels are amazing during the month. Along with June and August, Djerba sees around 12 hours each day with the sun not setting until just after 7.30pm. The humidity level’s 68% and wind speed’s 12mph on average. The UV index is high, so take care when you’re sunbathing or exploring the island and its fascinating history in the afternoon sun. Cooling off in the Mediterranean’s always an option, as the average water temperature’s 26°C.