What’s the weather like in Kalkan in September?
Located on the picturesque Turquoise Coast in south-west Turkey, Kalkan is a beautiful old town popular for sun-drenched summer getaways. It has a Mediterranean climate which means temperatures are close to their peak in September, perfect for relaxing days by the pool or at the local beaches. It’s a few degrees cooler than July and August, though, making this a good month to visit if you don’t like intense heat and want to avoid the high season crowds.
In Kalkan, the average temperature’s 22ºC in September, with highs of 29ºC in the hottest part of the day. Although things start to cool down a bit as the month goes on, the sun’s still very strong at this time of year, so try to apply lots of high factor sun cream. Evenings begin to get quite cool this month, and with average lows of 15ºC after dark, you’ll probably need a light jumper or cardigan when you’re out and about at night. With less than 15mm of rain, September’s still a very dry month in Kalkan, while the Mediterranean Sea’s a warm 26ºC, perfect for swimming and snorkelling.