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Avg weather in September
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    28 mmper month
    55 %avg
    7 Mphavg

    Izmir weather September

    What's the weather like in Izmir in September?

    Sitting on the western shores of Turkey, Izmir is a buzzing city and popular beach resort along the country’s Aegean coastline. Although summer is drawing to a close in September, you can still experience the hot, dry weather, thanks to the area’s Mediterranean climate. Temperatures are still very warm at the start of the month but begin to fall as September goes on. It’s still a great time to visit Izmir for a relaxing beach holiday though, and you can mix up your days with fun-filled boat trips around the coast.


    In September, the average temperature’s 23ºC in Izmir, peaking at 29ºC in the hottest part of the day. With this heat and ten long hours of sunshine each day, you’ll want plenty of sun cream for your holiday at this time. You might also want to pack a jumper or cardigan for when you’re exploring the local shops, bars and restaurants in the evenings, especially if you’re going towards the end of the month. Izmir expects just 15mm of rain in September, while the Aegean Sea’s an inviting 23ºC this month, great for swimming and snorkelling.

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