What’s the weather like in Altinkum in May?
Altinkum is a lovely resort town along Turkey’s Aegean coast, with a Mediterranean climate bringing hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters to the region. It’s the end of spring in May, and temperatures are quickly rising while the amount of rain continues to drop. If you want to explore the local area and go sightseeing at places like the famous Temple of Apollo, May is a great month to visit Altinkum away from the high heat and busier crowds of the main season.
The average temperature in Altinkum at this time of year’s 17ºC, with highs of 21ºC in the peak of the afternoon. Although it’s t-shirt weather during the day, you’ll need some extra clothes for evenings out in the resort, as temperatures dip to an average low of 12ºC after dark. Less than 20mm of rain’s predicted over five days in May, so any showers are likely to be short-lived and won’t affect your holiday. Instead, you can look forward to 12 hours of sunshine each day, while the Aegean waters are a mild 19ºC this month.