What’s the weather like in Djerba in September?
With temperatures just a few degrees lower than the peak summer months of July and August, the weather in Djerba in September makes it a special resort for a breath-taking Mediterranean holiday. There may be brief, light showers but there’s no need for an umbrella.
Djerba’s one of the best-kept secrets in the Mediterranean. It’s a small but fascinating island just off the south-east coast of Tunisia, around 200km south of Sousse and Port El Kantaoui. Its location means it has an amazingly warm climate all year, with a welcome sea breeze from the Gulf of Gabes.
September’s a great time to visit this popular part of Tunisia and avoid the busy summer crowds in school holiday season. The Djerba weather in September has an average high temperature of a balmy 31°C, with even the cooler days experiencing 22°C. It’s a comfortable time to explore or relax on the beaches of this sunny Mediterranean island, as the humidity will be around 66%. The average wind speed of 12mph is perfect for a cooling breeze by the coast. You’ll be able to sunbathe for hours each day, as the sun shines for an average of ten hours from 12 hours of daylight. Even in late September, the sun doesn’t set until 6.30pm. There could be an average of just 21mm of rainfall over one or two rain-affected days, but there’s a good chance you’ll see no wet weather at all as you holiday on the peaceful Tunisian island of Djerba in September.