What’s the weather like in Dalyan in May?
Dalyan is a town in south-west Turkey, just inland from the country’s picturesque coastline. Located in the Muğla Province and not far from Dalaman, it has a Mediterranean climate bringing long, hot summers and mild, damp winters to the area. Temperatures quickly get warmer in May as spring turns into summer, and there’s much less rain compared with April as the dry period of the year begins. This is a great month to visit Dalyan if you want to explore some of the local historical sights, while still getting beach-perfect temperatures.
The average temperature in Dalyan rises to 20ºC in May, with highs of 26ºC in the peak of the afternoon. At night, temperatures drop to 13ºC, so you’ll need to pack some warmer layers for evenings out at the local restaurants and bars. At this time of year, Dalyan is very dry, and there’s only around 15mm of rain expected over the course of the month. You’ll have 13 long hours of sunshine to enjoy each day, while the Mediterranean waters are a pleasant 20ºC in May.