What’s the weather like in Belek in July?
The Belek weather in July is hot, dry and packed with glorious Mediterranean sunshine. This resort, in the south of Turkey, is a popular attraction during this peak summer month as visitors come back year after year to soak up the sun and relax on Belek’s superb beaches and coastline.
Belek is found on the Turkish Riviera, on the country’s south coast by the Mediterranean Sea and the Gulf of Antalya. The Taurus Mountain range lies inland from the resort. These huge hills help to block any colder winds that sometimes blow across Turkey from the north. This means Belek has slightly higher temperatures than some other Mediterranean towns in Turkey that are affected by these winds in July.
It’s the hottest time of the year in this region of Antalya. The weather in Belek in July has an average daytime temperature of 28°C, with an average high of 35°C. This drops to around 21°C at night but it’s a good idea to check your hotel has air conditioning. You can take a refreshing swim in the Mediterranean Sea, which will have an average temperature of 27°C in July. The clear blue skies around Belek are incredible. You’ll soak up 14 hours of sunshine each day, with the sun rising at 5.40am and not fading until 8.20pm at the start of the month. There’s no need for you to worry about rain at this time because Belek gets just 4mm of rainfall in the month. It’s possible you won’t see any during your whole stay. As you’d expect, the UV levels are high in July so take care in the sun. The wind speed is 6mph and humidity is 51%.