What’s the weather like in Dalaman in September?
Lots of people like to visit the stunning Dalaman region, along Turkey’s sun-kissed south west coast, at this time. The busy peak summer and school holiday crowds are disappearing and the Dalaman weather in September is hot, dry and full of wonderful Mediterranean sunshine. Perfect.
The Dalaman region and Dalaman town are part of Turkey’s legendary Riviera coastline, which is also known as the Turquoise Coast. The weather here is hot between June and September, but the cool breeze from the Mediterranean Sea brings a refreshing feel.
The weather in Dalaman in September produces an average daytime temperature of a balmy 28°C. This can easily top 30°C on even hotter days and only occasionally falls to lows of around 17°C. The average water temperature at this time is very inviting too. If you fancy a relaxing dip in the sea or even trying some water sports, the temperature will be about 25°C. Dalaman is famous for its fantastic amount of sunshine. You can expect an average of 12 hours each day in September, with the sun rising at 6.40am and finally setting at 7.30pm. There’s no need to worry about rain in Dalaman in September. On average it gets just 5mm across the month and chances are you’ll see no rain at all during your holiday. The humidity level is 55% and the UV level is quite high, so use plenty of sunblock if you’re relaxing by your pool or the beach.