What’s the weather like in Dalaman in July?
Located on the south coast of Turkey in the Muğla Province, Dalaman has a Mediterranean climate bringing long, hot summers and mild winters to the region. July is one of the hottest months of the year in Dalaman, with temperatures hitting their peak as summer continues. If you’re going to this part of Turkey in July, you can look forward to 13 hours of sunshine to enjoy each day.
The average temperature in Dalaman is 26ºC in July, reaching highs of 31ºC in the hottest part of the day. As well as the heat, UV levels are strong, so think about applying plenty of high factor sun cream, drinking lots of water and seeking shade between 11am and 3pm. After dark, temperatures dip to 21ºC, perfect for an al fresco meal during the evening. Less than 5mm of rain’s expected in July, while the Mediterranean Sea’s a warm 25ºC this month, ideal for swimming and snorkelling.