What’s the weather like in Tunisia in July?
Located in the middle of North Africa’s Mediterranean coast, Tunisia has the Sahara Desert to its south. This means it has very hot summers, with July being one of the hottest months of the year. There’s different weather around Tunisia, including at the country’s northern and eastern Mediterranean destinations. Here you’ll find less extreme weather than elsewhere, and you’ll be kept comfortable by cooling sea breezes. The Cap Bon peninsula also has more pleasant weather than the south where the desert makes things really hot and dry with big differences in day and night temperatures.
The average high in popular Hammamet on the northeast coast’s 34ºC in July. You’ll still be warm in the evenings as this only drops to 21ºC at night. The sea temperature’s 25ºC, while humidity’s high. Average rainfall’s just 4mm over a single rainy day, and you can expect 14 hours of daylight with 11 long hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be very high so use sun cream. Sunset’s around 7.30pm.