What’s the weather like in Goynuk in September?
With temperatures just a few degrees below the peak summer months of July and August, the Goynuk weather in September is amazing. It’s a great time to plan your trip to this idyllic spot on Turkey’s stunning south coast, because most of the busy crowds have disappeared.
Goynuk is set on the Turkish Riviera, next to the Mediterranean Sea and the Gulf of Antalya. The huge Taurus Mountains lay inland to the north. This mighty range of hills blocks any colder winds that sometimes blow south across Turkey. This means Goynuk has slightly higher temperatures in September than some other Turkish Mediterranean towns that are affected by these winds.
Thanks to the hot Mediterranean climate, the weather in Goynuk in September sees impressive temperatures and bags of sunshine. The average high is around 30°C, dropping to 17°C on rare cooler days. The breeze from the Mediterranean brings welcome refreshment. The sun will shine for an average of 12 hours this month from 12 hours of daylight. The water temperature is a brilliant 27°C, which gives you the chance to splash out or even take up an exciting water sport! Rain is nothing to worry about in Goynuk in September. Just 16mm falls on average, but you could see none at all during your entire stay. The UV level is high and the heat and humidity are moderate, so take care when you’re out and about in the sun. The average wind speed is 6mph.