What’s the weather like in Dalaman in December?
The Dalaman weather in December is mild and pleasant, with lots of winter sunshine making your trip extremely pleasant. Visitors to this popular region in south west Turkey relax in resorts like Fethiye, Hisaronu, Icmeler and Marmaris. It’s the wettest time of the year though so you’ll need to bring a light jacket.
The main geographical influence on Turkey’s Dalaman region, which is also known as the Turquoise Coast, are the surrounding seas. The Mediterranean and the Aegean are still warm in December, at an average of 18°C, and these mild waters stop the air from cooling too much and keep temperatures enjoyable at resorts along the Dalaman coast.
The weather in Dalaman in December produces an average high temperature of 16°C, which is great considering it’s winter in Turkey. This can very occasionally drop to 7°C on much colder days. The sunshine remains high across towns and beaches here, with nine hours on average each day. The sun rises at 8am and doesn’t sink below the horizon until 5.50pm. December does get the most rain and around 141mm will fall during an average of 14 rainy days, so you may get caught in a passing shower when you’re exploring the pretty towns and beaches. The wind speeds are still light, at 7mph, and the UV, heat and humidity levels are all low.