What’s the weather like in Turunc in July?
The Turunc weather in July is very hot, very dry and full of amazing sunshine. It’s one of the peak summer months for visitors to this wonderful spot in south west Turkey, but the Mediterranean climate also makes this a great place to escape to all year round.
Turunc is in an idyllic spot in Turkey’s Dalaman region, just 10km to the south of the equally popular Icmeler resort. The town has the Taurus Mountain range behind it and these huge hills often block much of the colder air that blows south from reaching the coast. This helps to keep temperatures very warm along the sandy shoreline.
The weather in Turunc in July attracts many visitors who want to relax in the brilliant temperatures and bright blue skies. The average high temperature is 35°C, with a normal daytime average around 27°C. On rare cooler days this may drop to 20°C. As you’d expect, the UV levels are very high at this time and you’ll need sunblock when you’re exploring the beaches and pretty streets. It’s also a good idea to take a bottle of water, as the heat and humidity are also high. Sunshine averages a fantastic 14 hours a day in Turunc in July, with the sun rising at 5.50am and not disappearing until nearly 8.30pm. There’s hardly any rain during the month and on average the resort gets just 9mm. The sea temperature will be about 24°C and is a good place to cool off on warm days.