What’s the weather like in Dalaman in February?
Dalaman is a popular district in the Mugla Province on the southwest coast of Turkey. Dalaman weather in February can be quite cold and wet at times, but you’ll still get to enjoy at least ten hours of beautiful sunshine each day.
Its location on Turkey’s southwest coast means that the Dalaman region experiences a traditional Mediterranean climate. With mild winters and warm summers, it’s a year-round holiday destination with a number of Blue Flag beaches, historical sights and national parks for you to enjoy. It’s also known as the Turquoise Coast because of its beautiful shoreline, which stretches for miles and lined with a variety of excellent bars, restaurants and hidden coves.
There’s less rainfall in February than previous months as winter begins to come to an end and the region prepares for the spring. However, there’s still 102mm of rainfall spread over 12 days of the month. The good news is that you’ll enjoy an average of ten hours of sunshine per day with comfortable humidity levels of 68%. Temperatures are very mild in February and can reach up to 15°C at peak times of the day.