What’s the weather like in Turkey in February?
There’s different weather around Turkey due to its size. It’s a rare transcontinental country with land in both Europe and Asia, and you’ll find things are quite mild in February. Mediterranean and Aegean destinations have quite a pleasant Mediterranean climate, which means you’ll get some rain if you’re going at this time. Inland you’ll be sheltered from rain by mountains close to the Mediterranean coast, while the Central Anatolia region has continental weather. If you’re staying on the Black Sea coast you’ll have more rain than if you’re staying on the Sea of Marmara.
The popular of Antalya, on Turkey’s south coast, has an average high of 15ºC in February. This drops to 5ºC at night, so you should bring some warmer clothes for the evenings. The sea temperature is 17ºC, while humidity’s low. There’s 156mm of rain over 12 days, and you can expect 11 hours of daylight with six hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be moderate so wear sun cream. The sun goes down around 5.20pm at the start of the month and gradually gets earlier.