What’s the weather like in Kemer in January?
This scenic resort town benefits from a traditional Mediterranean climate, which means it has long, hot summers and very short, mild winters. January is one of the coldest months of the year, but it’s also the quietest time to visit. You’ll escape the busy chaos of the summer in exchange for peaceful beaches and a more charming atmosphere in the town centre.
Kemer is famous for its beautiful beaches, pine forests and large marina. Kemer weather in January is influenced by the towering Taurus Mountains. They provide shelter from heavy rainstorms and deter strong winds away from the resort. In January, the weather is much cooler but you’ll still get to enjoy mild temperatures which are perfect for a relaxing holiday away from the busy crowds of the summer months.
January is one of the wettest and coldest months of the year with an average high of 15°C and lows of 5°C. The sea is far too cold to swim in at just 17°C, but you can still dip your toes in and enjoy an afternoon playing volleyball on the beach. It’s very likely you’ll see more than a shower or two during your stay since the average rainfall is 178mm over 13 rainy days. Despite this, you’ll still get to enjoy nine hours of Mediterranean sunshine per day with an average humidity of 74%.