What’s the weather like in Lara Beach in July?
Thanks to its hot Mediterranean climate, the Lara Beach weather in July is fantastic. You can expect a high average temperature of 34°C for most of the month and there’ll be bags of sunshine and hardly a drop of rain. This area along Turkey’s stunning south coast is very popular in July.
The marvellous 8km stretch of sand and pebbles known as Lara Beach is set in an idyllic spot on Turkey’s Riviera coastline. It’s by the Gulf of Antalya, between the resorts of Belek and Antalya. Behind this coastline are the Taurus Mountains. These can block colder winds that blow from the north to the south of Turkey and help to keep the temperature slightly warmer around Lara Beach.
The weather in Lara Beach in July is hot, dry and very sunny. The average daytime temperature is 27°C and this can go higher than 30°C on even hotter days. The average daytime low is 22°C. During the day you’ll see lots and lots of Mediterranean sunshine, which lasts for an incredible 14 hours on average. The sun rises at 5.40am and doesn’t set until 8.20pm at the beginning of July. Rain is very rare at Lara Beach in this time, with just 4mm falling, and chances are you won’t see any during your holiday. If you do spend days lounging by the beach, the Mediterranean Sea will be very inviting for you. The average water temperature is 27°C. The humidity level is high in July, at 52%, and it’s a good idea to carry a bottle of water with you when you wander around the resort. You’ll need plenty of sunblock too, as the UV levels are high