What’s the weather like in Olu Deniz in September?
Thanks to its superb Mediterranean climate, September could be the perfect month for you to visit this popular resort along Turkey’s south west coast. The Olu Deniz weather in September is hot, dry and sunny, with just a cool breeze from the crystal clear waters. Plus, the peak summer crowds have disappeared in September.
Olu Deniz is found along Turkey’s most famous stretch of shoreline, next to the Mediterranean in the wonderful Turquoise Coast area of the Dalaman region. This spot is surrounded by hills and mountains, including Mount Babadag, which stop much of the cooler air from reaching Olu Deniz and keeps the temperature high in September.
Bring your sunglasses, sunblock and summer clothes, because the weather in Olu Deniz in September is very warm and dry. On average there’s just 5mm of rain this month with only two days seeing any rainfall. You can expect the daytime temperature to be around 28°C and this should only fall to around 21°C on cooler days. At night it’ll be a mild 18°C for much of September, so you’ll be comfortable sitting outside a Turkish restaurant in the evening. You’ll enjoy the famous Mediterranean sunshine in Olu Deniz in September, with an average of 12 hours each day. The sun rises at 6.35am and finally fades at 7.30pm. If you’re visiting the region’s golden sandy beaches, make sure you take a refreshing dip in the sea. The average water temperature will be an inviting 25°C.