What’s the weather like in Dalyan in July?
The Dalyan weather in July is perfect for relaxing holidays at the coast or peaceful sunbathing at your hotel. Thanks to its Mediterranean climate, this pretty resort in the Dalaman region in south west Turkey enjoys hot, sunny and very dry days throughout the peak summer month of July.
The tourist town of Dalyan is by the River Dalyan, to the east of Marmaris. It’s 5km from the coast and because it’s not directly by the sea it doesn’t get the full impact of the cooling sea breeze in July.
Bring your summer wear and sunglasses, and leave your umbrella at home, because the Dalyan weather in July is amazing! During the day the average high temperature is 35°C, dropping to a low of 20°C on rare cooler days. The average daytime temperature is around 27°C. The nearby south Aegean Sea is also extremely pleasant at this time of the year. You can expect the water to be 27°C, which means you’ll love going for a paddle with your family or trying some exciting water sports. Sun worshippers can make the most of Dalyan’s 14 hours of sunshine each day, with the sun not disappearing until nearly 8.30pm at the start of July. The rainfall average is just 9mm, with only two days having any rain, so it’s likely you’ll get no wet weather at all during your visit. Take care in the sun, though, because UV, heat and humidity levels are high.